On 04/08/12 13:21, NdK wrote:
Il 04/08/2012 12:00, steve ha scritto:You have many ways to obtain that "same mapping" objective. I chose to use rid 'cause I couldn't modify my AD schema. But the preferred way is extend AD schema and specify there the UIDs and GIDs.You don't have to extend the schema. You can store all the rfc2307 attributes and objects (posixAccount, posixGroup, uidNumber,gidNumber. . .) in the m$ schema that ships with S4.Too bad my AD controllers are M$ W2k3, w/o rfc2307 extension :( That's why I'm stuck with rid.
Hi Diego.Ah I see. I didn't mean to offend. I simply assumed you were using Samba4. I think m$ gave them the 2008 schema as a result of a court case. That _does_ have rfc2307.
With your and Geza's help I think I'm finally getting somewhere.
My aim is to have: idmap config : MYDOMAIN : backend = ad and idmap config : MYDOMAIN : range = abc-def recognised and with the uidNumber and gidNumber attributes being pulled from AD rather than any other mapping. To this end I have a test user user object with: objectClass: posixAccount uidNumber: xyz gidNumber abc and a test group object: objectClass: posixGroup gidNumber: abc I assume that with the ad backend both the user and group will come from AD and not idmap.Well, idmap queries its backend for the mapping.Just waiting for the test lan to install and compile a totally new openSUSE 12.1 with Samba4 and a vBox openSUSE client, also fresh install. How am I doing?Should work at the first try.
Really need this one. I have to compare winbind with nss-ldapd to do this stuff. Have the latter going fine.
But someone else that already used S4 and
AD backend can confirm for sure. :)
Hope so. There must be someone else out there. Cheers, Steve -- To unsubscribe from this list go to the following URL and read the instructions: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/options/samba
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