RES: RES: Samba
mmagno at blumar.com.br
Thu Jul 29 19:01:48 UTC 2004
Hi Mike, it gives me pass for all the users and groups tells me all the groups that are in the domain...
There is one think that I had noticed strange. I am seting the Valid Users property of the share as the domain group "Domain Users" (with space), when I Comit changes it writes down the textbox for this property the value "Domain, Users" (with a comma) like it was two groups (Domain + Users), but it's a composite name "Domain Users", is there any correct manner to put the space beetwen domain and users?
In the meantime I try to put another group (one that has only one name) to test.
Thanks for your help.
De: fedora-list-bounces at redhat.com em nome de Mike Klinke
Enviada: qui 29/7/2004 15:43
Para: For users of Fedora Core releases
Assunto: Re: RES: Samba
On Thursday 29 July 2004 12:59, Marcelo Magno wrote:
> Thanks for the reply...
> I configured as the document said but still one doubt persists...
> Do I Need do add users (useradd) to the linux and to to smbadd
> users? It's istrange to me because the documentation said: "Do not
> add users to the UNIX/Linux server; all of this will run on the
> central domain."
> When I Run wbinfo -u I can see all the users in widnows domain, but
> still can not log on into the share... it sends me a box to give
> login/pass information.
What happens if you login using a valid name and password?
Do you get the proper responses from;
"getent passwd" and "getent group" ?
(page 384 of 553 in the document)
Regards, Mike Klinke
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