[Samba] Problem with Samba as Member to AD

Mr Typo euroregistrar at gmail.com
Sun Jul 18 09:00:38 UTC 2021

Hey Rowland,

seems like i go samba/winbind on every linux system. as you said,
easier to maintain.

ALl is running now, i just need to play around with some unix attribute mapping.

best regards


On Sun, Jul 18, 2021 at 10:55 AM Rowland Penny via samba
<samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> On Sun, 2021-07-18 at 10:29 +0200, Mr Typo wrote:
> > Hello Rowland,
> >
> > thank you for your first input. I did alot of testing, and yeah the
> > global section was not really clean :( Thank you!
> > i am using Centos8 and i was running nscd (system auth pure ldap
> > against the domain controller).
> >
> > When i was shutting down nscd the authentication with samba/winbind
> > was working.
> You cannot use nscd with winbind. As this is Centos8 (why ? It isn't
> recommended any more, use Rocky or Alma), remove sssd if it is
> installed, you cannot use it with winbind. It is now just sssd for
> authenticaion, or Samba with winbind for shares.
> >
> > When i search the internet i find messages that tells me that nscd +
> > winbind is NOT working, but other say that it is working. Can you
> > advise me here?
> Just have :-)
> >
> > If you want to ask why i should want to run nscd/ldap + winbind. Well
> > i dont want to start winbind/samba on every linux machine just for
> > authentication. before trying nscd with winbind i tried sssd +
> > winbind
> > -> complete messup.
> As I said above, if you just want authentication, use sssd without
> Samba, if you want shares, then you must use Samba and winbind without
> sssd. The reason why you cannot use winbind and sssd is that sssd has
> its own version of the winbind libs and they clash.
> I personally would just one on all machines, less to remember, so if
> you need shares on some machines (or might need in the future), then I
> would use Samba everywhere, once you have one Unix domain member
> working, you just use the same '[global]' portion of the smb.conf on
> every Unix domain member.
> Rowland
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