Winbind is part of the Samba suite and provides an NSS and PAM layer for Unix/Linux systems to integrate authentication with a Windows domain

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Configure Winbind to get User Info from Windows

I need to configure SAMBA and Winbind on Ubuntu 10.04.1 clients to get their UID, GID, and home directory from Windows Active Directory. I have Windows Services for Unix installed with the relevant ...
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winbind and squid problem

I've have squid configured with auth in the AD via winbind now I have wired problems with authorisation I found in the logs interesting string kinit succeeded but ads_sasl_spnego_krb5_bind failed: ...
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Linux + Active directory authentication + only letting certain groups login

I have some linux boxes that use Windows Active Directory authentication, that works just fine (Samba + Winbind). What I would like to do now though is only allow certain people or certain groups to ...
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Linux on Windows AD Domain

Successfully joined my Linux Box to a Windows AD Domain. Wanted to know from other admins if it us possible to specify what groups from windows ad is allowed to login? Otherwise anyone with a AD ...
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Windows Share authentication from Active Directory Linux login

I'm using Active Directory to log into RHEL. To do this, I followed the steps outlined here: http://www.markwilson.co.uk/blog/2007/05/using-active-directory-to-authenticate-users-on-a-linux-...
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OS X: Finder error -36 when using SMB shares on a Samba server bound to AD

We're looking at deploying SMB homes on Debian (5.0.3) for our mac clients rather than purchasing four new Xserves. We've got our test servers built and functioning properly. Windows clients behave ...
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Samba: AD authentication for local users

We have a lot of Linux development servers which are generally accessed via SSH. Each developer has a local account on each box, managed by Puppet. Logins are via private keys only; there are no local ...
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kerberos5 unable to authenticate

We have a Debian file server, configured to serve up samba shares, using winbind and kerberos. This is configured to authenticate against a Windows2003 DC. All worked fine until recently when I did a ...
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getent groups shows AD groups, but getent passwd doesn't show users

Attempting to get my fedora linux machine to allow Active Directory logons, but I'm not aple to get past this. I'm trying to reconcile a number of tutorials which seem to give contradictory advice as ...