Re: [Samba] Best way to integrate Unix with AD.
- Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2017 13:38:43 +0000
- From: "A. James Lewis via samba" <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Best way to integrate Unix with AD.
Is there a good guide for how to set up a Samba based AD domain
controller with RFC2307 attributes so I can experiment... I can't get
the Windows guys in my company to do anything Microsoft don't provide a
check box for, unless I can teach them how to do it... but I've not used
any of these Windows technologies for a very long time...
At least if I can show a working system then someone from the Windows
team might consider looking at it.... and if I tell them to do
something that ultimately doesn't work, we'll be back to square one but
they will be doubly reluctant, so I need to learn more about AD than
On 13/03/17 20:44, Rowland Penny via samba wrote:
On Mon, 13 Mar 2017 20:04:30 +0000
"A. James Lewis via samba" <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I know this is a little off topic (although it might not be because
I'm sure there's a solution involving Samba!)... but I hope one of
you fine people can advise me on the best approach to achieving an
integrated directory supporting Unix/Linux as a first class citizen,
storing autofs maps, as well as uid, gid and home folders for each
user... and how would that be managed.
I see Microsoft is removing the Unix services extensions with Server
2016, so I'm really wondering what the best, and most long term
sustainable way to integrate a directory so that both platforms
operate as intended, and those users are manageable.
From my understanding, they only removed the idmu server etc, they
haven't removed the RFC2307 attributes. Even if they did, Samba would
still have them.
You can use samba-tool to manage the creation of RFC2307 users and
A. James Lewis (james@xxxxxxxxxx)
"Engineering does not require science. Science helps a lot but people
built perfectly good brick walls long before they knew why cement works."
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