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Apache + PAM + Winbind slow logins

Since upgrading our old Debian Lenny server to Ubuntu 12.04, we've noticed intermittent slow or failed access to Apache. Many or most web requests work fine, but occasionally, a Subversion client ...
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Linux nested groups with winbind

We have several RHEL6 servers connected to Active Directory using winbind. All servers are configured identically using a configuration management tool. Servers however produce different results when ...
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107 views

Authentization agains Samba4 domain controler and not working kinit

I've a problem with Samba 4 and Kerberos. If I call kinit, it writes Client not found in Kerberos database while getting initial credentials. I find out, that the Kerberos works with user name only, ...
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PAM Winbind Expired Password

We've got Winbind/Kerberos setup on RHEL for AD authentication. Working fine however I noticed that when a password has expired, we get a warning but shell access is still granted. What's the ...
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Samba4 compiled from source alongside winbind repo package, not working with PAM

I am on Linux Mint. I have compiled and installed Samba4 from source and joined a Samba4 DC I have elsewhere on my network. I have also been trying to get Samba/winbind to work with PAM to ...
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1answer
892 views

Linux PAM pam_succeed_if.so

I've specified an AD security group in PAM to restrict which domain users can login. I've also restricted sessions for AD users to this group. This prevents a logged in user from doing an "su -" to ...
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1answer
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Linux with winbind, disable local users while AD is available?

Routers and switches with RADIUS authentication can be configured such that login is disabled for locally configured users as long as the RADIUS server is available. If the RADIUS server becomes ...
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pam_mount of smb share on rhel6, home directory not available for login - probably SELinux?

I'm using the Fedora 12 pam_mount / libHX RPMs on a RHEL 6 x86_64 system to automatically mount home directories from a NetApp system configured with NTFS-only security AD-bound logins work fine - ...
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1answer
635 views

Logging on as root without winbind timeouts

How can I set up my Linux box so that, if the Active Directory domain controller is down, I can still log in as root, without any timeouts or delays? Following the example of most of the ...
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1answer
752 views

vsftpd with pam_winbind.so

I'm trying to setup vsftpd to use logins from our domain. I want the ftp users to be able to login using their active directory username/password and have be able to have full access to ...
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1answer
1k views

Authentication failure of OpenVPN client against Active Directory

I'm getting the following error (client side) when connecting to my OpenVPN server: AUTH: Received AUTH_FAILED control message and on the server I get thefollowing error message in teh openvpn ...
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1answer
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saslauthd and PAM: “Too many open files” error - saslauthd restart fixes this - what is wrong?

I have a Postfix mail server running Debian Squeeze. SASL authentication for secure SMTP is supported by saslauthd which relies on pam, which relies on winbind. This pattern seems to be reoccuring ...
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Linux authentication via ADS — allowing only specific groups in PAM

I'm taking the samba / winbind / PAM route to authenticate users on our linux servers from our Active Directory domain. Everything works, but I want to limit what AD groups are allowed to ...