[Samba] Root user shows up as "administrator"
L.P.H. van Belle
belle at bazuin.nl
Tue Feb 16 14:07:57 UTC 2021
Sorry, missed this, ..
> ADDOM\Domain Admins is mapped to BUILTIN\Administrators
> BUILTIN\Adminsitrators is mapped to LINUX\root
missed the S in group BUILTIN\Administrators
> Well, now look again.
> ADDOM\Administrator != BUILTIN\Administrator
> The rest is in the bug report.
> basicly it comes to ..
> > And there are even more that think that making the Windows 'super' user
> > into a standard Unix user is a bad idea
> using BUILTIN\ fixes this in my opinion.
> > could lead to even more security problems.
> yes, as any other with sudo or added to Domain Admins or root,
> but same here.
> Using BUILTIN\ fixes that.
> As long you obey the following
> BUILTIN\Users is mapped to Linux\Users
> BUILTIN\Adminsitrator is mapped to LINUX\root
> ADDOM\Domain Users is mapped to BUILTIN\Users ( windows default )
> ADDOM\Domain Admins is mapped to BUILTIN\Administrator ( windows default )
> Now, Domain admins have selective rights, you assing a GID now, its "like"
> a normal user, as in windows, but because its also in
> it can perform tasks on samba/the systems.
> but only where samba allows you too.
> Thats is bit how im setup.
> my windows Administrator is allow on all shares and all server
> with admin rights, but as Linux user on the real OS,
> Administrator not allowed anything.
> LinuxAdmins != Windows Admins.
> i just create 2 logins as admin, 1 is used, one its password
> is in the locked Safe.
> And that is how i protect the linux environment and Windows/Samba
> I hope this helps someone,
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