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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linux - windows ad authentication - why join domain?

When using Windows AD to authenticate users on Linux servers is there an advantage to using Winbind and "Joining the Domain" over just authenticating via Kerberos and looking up UID,GID, home dir, etc ...
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Winbind/AD: Local users with identical AD usernames

We are getting ready to add Winbind/Samba to some CentOS servers. Identity Management for UNIX is running on our DC, and it's testing well so far. There is one scenario I'm having trouble with, and ...
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pam auth via winbind, howto map primary group for users?

I have unix users authenticating to an PDC (via winbind) and want to have the primary group of those users a local unix group (e.g. www-data). users have the group "domain users" with gid 10006 (as ...
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Win Server 2008 force kerberos setting

I am currently facing the problem that a linux machine running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS with samba and winbindd installed is unable to join a Domain, that is managed by a Windows 2008 DC. The linux config, ...
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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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Winbind not enumerating users and groups of trusted domain

I'm using Samba 4.1.6-Ubuntu in Ubuntu 14.04, for authenticating users from two domains with a one-way cross-forest trust between them. Samba machine is joined to DOMAINA, while DOMAINB is the trusted ...
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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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Removing a “semi joined” Ubuntu workstation from an Active Directory domain

I am joining an Ubuntu workstation to an MS AD. I had 1 or 2 config issues when I first tried to run net ads join which resulted in an error message and the workstation not being added correctly I ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 Active Directory auth fails after static ip config

I'm having 6 Ubuntu 14.04 servers that are joined to active directory (2003 domain functional level 2008r2 schema) All of the servers work's fine when network interface is configured to use DHCP. But ...
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Fedora 21 as an AD member suddenly stopped working

I had my Fedora 21 workstation connected to my AD domain and working for about a month and all was well and then I came in one morning and couldn't login. My initial response was blaming Win2013 and ...
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winbind separator and group name behavior in getent group, constantly changing

I have a problem that occasionally apprears-dissapears and it drives me nuts. My Debian servers are authenticated against AD and only "linuxadmins" group member can SSH to server and "sudo su". SSH ...
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Groupmapping does not work for AD groups

We have an ActiveDirectory where we get our users from. So authentication on the linux machine works over pam. We managed this part to work so far, but we need all users to be part of the local group ...
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On Solaris, how to log IP when using winbind auth and invalid user?

This is on Solaris 10 sparc platform. I'm trying to make our denyhosts script block the dictionary ssh attacks. Unfortunately, the logging does not show an IP when the user name is invalid. We are ...
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Configure ntlm_auth for offline operations

We currently have a NAC server set up to authenticate against a Samba4 AD using the ntlm_auth utility and would like to make it more tolerant to network outages. Currently, when the NAC loses ...
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Samba Shares Without Using Winbind

I am curious if it is possible to use samba shares without using winbind. In our current environment we are using SSSD, Kerberos, and Samba to complete the required tasks such as joining the windows ...
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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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Group membership erratically lost after user logs in - Ubuntu, winbind, AD

I have a really strange issue where the wbinfo -g command properly indicates the AD domain group I am interested in and shows a particular user in that group - this is always true, so on the linux ...
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Random SSH connection timeout on first try to CentOS servers

Have got a curious issue with SSH on CentOS 6 and haven't found a solution yet. We have our CentOS 6 servers all joined to an Active Directory 2012 R2 domain using Winbind. It is not used for ...
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Winbind forgets who I am

On one of our Ubuntu 14.04 servers, running Winbind 4.1.6+dfsg-1ubuntu2.14.04.9, Winbind periodically forgets who I am, resulting in strange errors like ssh aborting with an "unknown uid" error ...
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Apache NTLM not authenicating domain username/password.

I have a centos box and I am trying to setup NTLM authenication for apache. I have the linux box on the AD domain already and able to get user and group info using the wbinfo command. I have the ...
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Create and Manage Windows NFS Shares for Linux Clients with AD Authentication

I have a Windows file server that I would like to create NFS shares on. These shares need to be accessible by both Windows 7 domain clients and Linux clients (Red Hat 5 & 6) using Samba/Winbind ...
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winbind needs to be restarded after boot

Environment: Centos 6.6 Samba 3.6.23-12.el6 I have succesfully connected the server to an Active Directory Domain and I have configured it as a Samba File Server. It works fine as long as I reboot, ...
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AD Authentication with SAMBA, Winbind and SSS

I'm having trouble authentication with AD to a SAMBA share on a linux server. Authentication appears to be working, but only halfway... [root@myserver ~]# wbinfo -a my_ad_user%password123 ...
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after upgrade to winbind 3.6.24 the NT users cannot login into my RHEL4 box

I upgraded winbind/samba from 3.0.33 to 3.6.24 in a 32-bit RHEL4 box. The problem now is that any NT user cannot login. The error message found in /var/log/messages is Sep 3 09:05:20 node2 ...
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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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pam_mount on CentOS 5 NOT working with Winbind

I used the instructions located here: Installing pam_mount on CentOS 5 However, when I add the pam_mount.so entries, and reboot the machine, I cannot log in. Each time I enter the login and press ...
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Best way to bind multiple RHEL 6 Systems to AD and use NFS?

I am currently migrating systems to an AD domain using winbind. This works fine but I have discovered that NFS mounts don't have proper permissions because users and groups end up with different ...
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Winbind info shows local users that do not exist

I am setting up Samba on a Linux machine running CentOS 6 (called localhost, and the AD computer I am connecting to is dc.companyname.com), and I have done everything successfully, except when I type ...
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Fedora join to AD DS (svr 2008): NT_STATUS_INVALID_COMPUTER_NAME

I have been attempting to join my Fedora machine to my 2008 AD DS domain (testdomain.lcl) for some time now. I have followed this article: http://weblog.bignerdranch.com/?p=6 But with no luck. I ...
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Domain logon with Linux

I've set up Samba and winbind, and everything is working fine. I can see all AD users and groups, and corresponding relationships. I've also set up PAM authentication successfully. I have a local user ...
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Mounting samba directory changes all file permissions to user who mounted it

I have a xubuntu 14.04 client, a debian 8 Samba File server and an external Active Directory service. I log in as user1 on the client authenticating against the ADS with winbind. My home directory ...
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AD authentication on Centos7

I set my configuration on centos 6 and it works but when I pushed it on centos 7 it doesn't work. Here is my configuration : # authconfig --test caching is disabled nss_files is always enabled ...
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Samba “force user” issue with AD Integration

I'm trying to connect from a windows client to a samba share on linux. The linux server could be successfully joined to AD. Authentication with "valid users = @DOMAIN\windowsgroup" also works ...
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Output from “wbinfo --user-groups USER” and “wbinfo --group-info GROUP” do not match

I am using Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.7 with winbindd/smbd version 3.6.23-20.0.1.el6. I created some new AD groups and added existing users. I used this command: wbinfo --group-info ...
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How can I use winbind to return a filter-id based on group membership?

I have a couple of FreeRadius 3.0.9 servers which were just put into production on our Meraki network. We want to use user group membership in Active Directory to determine policy to be carried out by ...
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Winbind increase idmap range

i have a computing cluster running and use likewise for connecting all machines to the AD. I want to add new machines using ldapsam. My issue is, that it seems to only offer idmap ranges from "idmap ...
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Speeding up Winbind group lookups?

I have an RHEL 6 server bound to an AD domain. Everything works fine but group lookups are extremely slow. Some lookups can take over 60 seconds. This is very painful when running sudo and when users ...