[Samba] Azure AD Connect
marcio.merlone at a1.ind.br
Tue May 5 11:45:38 UTC 2020
Em 04/05/2020 14:25, gabben escreveu:
> We joined one MS Windows 2012 R2 server to our Samba DC fleet and pointed the Azure AD sync tool to that new Windows AD server and Azure password sync is working well now.
Good to know.
> I don’t have any experience with distribution groups.
There was this *one* test group which had no permission to receive from
outside the company, while all others was as expected. But, the problem
arises the other way around, If I have to restrict a group for insiders
only I wont be able to.
I will do some further tests, thanks you for your input.
> Good Luck!
>> On May 4, 2020, at 10:21 AM, Marcio Merlone via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
>> So, testing samba 4.12 on a Debian buster I found those no-go issues:
>> - Password sync dont work either way, nor sync neither write-back.
>> - Distribution groups can't receive external mails, it relies on missing properties on samba schema regarding Exchange. So I cant permit a group to receive mail from outside my domain.
>> That said, only option to any kind of integration with Azure is give up on samba and migrate ALL DCs to Microsoft as of now. I've been working on this network with samba for more than a decade, seems it is time to move on for me.
>> Thanks all, best regards.
>> Em 30/03/2020 10:05, Marcio Merlone via samba escreveu:
>>> We are preparing to migrate our mail server to Azure and would like to integrate it vi AD Connect with our AD - Samba 4.7 upgrading to 4.11 (Thanks Louis!).
>>> Anyone willing to share the experience? I see on some not-so-old posts there is a problem syncing password hashes, but since samba is an ever evolving solution I would like to know how are you dealing with this?
>>> Thanks and best regards.
>> *Marcio Merlone*
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