On 04/08/12 22:06, NdK wrote:
Il 04/08/2012 21:13, steve ha scritto:
Uh? "wide links" seems a bad idea to me... At least from a security perspective. Why a single home directory? We have a single NFS share containing folders for the two domains and inside those a folder for each home. We are trying to migrate away from that, preferring a '[homes]' share where users will place the data they want to have available on every PC. This way even Firefox should work...
Hi Diego We have home directories like: home2/staff home2/students/7a home2/students/7bWinbind allows only one template homedir and all user home folders must reside there (or tell me otherwise).
The only way we can have what we want is: 1. use nss-ldapd and store the true uinixHomeDirectory in AD2. winbind. We have a symlink in template homedir to the real data. For that we need wide links.
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