[Samba] smbclient help

jmpatagonia jmpatagonia at gmail.com
Wed Jan 13 09:15:04 UTC 2021

Excellent Rowland, this work, with this from the client we can make a
script to guest ldap (via memberof property) and do gvfs-mount.

Is it possible to pass to ldapsearch the kerberos ticket (or user id/pass)
to guest the ldap samba built-in ?

ldapsearch -D "cn=userid,cn=Users,dc=midominio,dc=prueba,dc=ar" -w "P at ssword"
-h -p 389 -b "cn=$1,cn=Users,dc=midominio,dc=prueba,dc=ar" -s
sub "memberof=*" memberof | grep "memberOf" | sed -e "s/^memberOf: CN=//"
-e "s/,CN=Users,DC=midominio,DC=prueba,DC=ar//"

So we can guest the ldap without a prefix user, need to extract the user
property "memberof" from ldap samba built-in, authenticating via ldap
search with the kerberos data or similar.


El mié, 13 ene 2021 a las 11:28, Rowland penny via samba (<
samba at lists.samba.org>) escribió:

> On 13/01/2021 07:51, jmpatagonia via samba wrote:
> > Hello Rowland thanks for the answers.
> >
> > It is a very more complex implementation, we have a samba DC 4 AD, and
> > logon users on domain (kerberos ticket to).
> >
> > We try to use pam_mount.conf.xml but it is a problem, this file is not
> > dynamic, if a share change/delete/or add new shares pam_mount does not
> > contemplate this.
> >
> > Our users do not have access to this file to edit, and also they do not
> > know how to edit this file, and also do not shell commands.
> >
> > So we need to update this file on the client on every logon on the domain
> > to be updated, with a copy from the file server.
> >
> > Another solution that was implemented, on logon time, a script that uses
> > ldapsearch+memberOf property, find the users groups and finally mount
> > shares with gvfs-mount, but the same problem is not dynamic, need to be
> > updated.
> >
> > So we need help to update a file (pam_mount.xml or a shell script) on the
> > client from the file server, on logon time but accessing the file server
> > without interacting with users.We think may be is a solution in a command
> > line way, or smbclient command.
> >
> So, what you are looking for, is a current list of shares on a given
> Samba fileserver. Try this:
> smbclient -L <fileserver_short_hostname> -N -g | awk -F '|' '{print $2}'
> | grep -v 'IPC\$'
> That will get you a list of shares on a Samba fileserver without a password
> Rowland
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