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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How do Active Directory domain joined computers (native MS Windows or Linux with winbind) determine the closest password server?

How do Active Directory domain joined computers (native MS Windows or Linux with winbind) determine the closest password server? This question implies a cluster with 2+ Active Directory servers in ...
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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 machine is in a windows domain, but domain logon isn't working

We have a small network in our department 2 Win Server 2008 Domain Controller 1 debian webserver a number of win7 Clients My predecssor tried to add the webserver to our domain in order to login ...
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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 ...
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Active directory integration not working properly with winbind and samba

I'm trying to get my linux box to use active directory authentication. I believe I have almost everything setup correctly. I'm able to issue wbinfo -g and wbinfo -u and see all the groups and users ...
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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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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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Import Active Directory users into Unix/Linux/FreeBSD group

I need to have FreeBSD 8.2 RELEASE p9 (running FreeNAS) import or associate Active Directory users (or Security Group) with a Unix/FreeBSD group. This way I can use FreeBSD group(s) security on a ...
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Samba/Winbind issues joing to Active directory domain

I'm currently in the process of setting up winbind/samba and getting a few issues. I can test connectivity with wbinfo fine: [root@buildmirror ~]# wbinfo -u hostname username administrator guest ...
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Linux computer (Debian) in a Windows Active Directory Domain, Administrator of AD should have root permission after login

I managed to join my Debian machine (Squeeze) to an existing Active Directory (MS Windows 2008 R2 Server). Everything works fine, I can login using accounts from the Active Directory (NTP, Kerberos, ...
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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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Best Management Practices for using Winbind?

I'm planning on migrating a few of our Linux servers to use AD authentication via SAMBA/Winbind. Operating system will be openSUSE 11.3 x64. Our AD environment does not have UNIX extensions ...
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Linux - How to control Winbind Authentication cache timeout

I have configured my linux machines (running CentOS 5.2) to authenticate against a Windows server running Active Directory. I have even enabled winbind offline logon. Everything works as expected, ...
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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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winbind from samba 3.6.3 on Linux works but does not integrate with OS?

Successfully compiled and installed the latest version of samba. Started winbindd and the following diagnostic commands work: wbinfo -p, wbinfo -c, net ads testjoin, etc... However! when using ...
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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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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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Joining Linux cloned VM to Active directory

Joining Linux host to Windows AD is widely documented.However I struggle to find any guides or best practices on how to join Linux clones that were already members of the domain. Naturally things ...
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Managing UID/GID of dual Samba / Winbind to AD

I have two Linux servers connected to an Active Directory Windows 2008 server using Samba/Winbind, and here is my samba config workgroup = COMPANY realm = COMPANY.COM server string = ...
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SSH instant logout after ssh login kerberos / winbind

I set up a ubuntu server which is authenticating against the active directory of our W2k8 Domain. Everything went well and I see all the users in getent passwd, and wbinfo. I want to be able to use ...
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Bringing Linux Accounts in Active Directory

I'm trying to centralize user login information via Active Directory. Currently I have AD running on Server 2008 R2. I do have Identity Management for UNIX installed on it. I also have a few Linux ...
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CentOS 6 Gnome login immediately logs me out

Have a strange issue on freshly installed CentOS 6, with Samba Windows 2008 R2 authentication. The login succeeds, and even the home directory created, but then I'm thrown back to the login scren ...
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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: ...
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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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FreeRADIUS using Active Directory integration broken without any traces

I've a FreeBSD 10.0 server running FreeRADIUS 3 and things got broken without any apparent reason. I'm using Winbind from Samba4 to authenticate with ntlm_auth. I've done some debug to solve the ...
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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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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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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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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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Solaris 10: winbind can't connect to Active Directory

Goal: join a Solaris 10 machine to an existing Active Directory. Steps I did: Installed software (Samba 3.4.2 from http://www.sunfreeware.com) Received a Kerberos ticket with kinit ...
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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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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 ...
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Samba need an ip of same network of Windows Active Directory to make the join?

Im working to setup samba in windows network. The goal is windows users from Active Direcotry uses their passwords to log in samba shares. I am not sure if, in this setup, AD server and Samba Server ...
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Samba/Winbind: adding domain users to local groups based on domain group

I have a Redhat ES 6 server that's successfully joined to a domain via Winbind (i.e. I can login to the Redhat server using domain credentials with no issues). What I'm looking to do at this point is ...
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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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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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Winbind Centos wrong UID/GID

Here's the scenario: I have two machine: Ubuntu, running ldap to authencticate users CentOs, uses winbind to authenticate users to mount homedirs I use fstab and nfs shares. The problem is this: ...
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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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Restrict su to domain user in Winbind/Kerberos Linux AD integration

We've got some RHEL 5 servers joined to AD using Winbind/Kerberos which is working well overall. I've specified an AD security group in PAM to restrict which domain users can login. auth ...
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How to Two-way Trust between Samba3 and AD

I'm studying Two-way Trust between Samba3 and Windows 2008 R2 AD Domain. I'm using debian 7.6.0 and Samba 3.6.6 Firts, please look my Topology. http://blog.naver.com/hjk4637/220156608223 I have AD ...
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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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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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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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mounting windows shares on linux while keeping windows permissions

I have a windows share on a windows2003 server (WINJOE) which I want to back up to a Linux machine (LINUXJOE) that is properly joined to the domain. My goal is to backup shared folders of WINJOE to ...
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Cant login as User from trusted domain on Debian

My Problem is the following: I joined a Debian 7 machine to an AD 2012 domain (doma) and everything works inside that domain. But when I try to log on as a user from a trusted Domain (domb) I always ...
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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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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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CentOS 6 Unable to Resolve One AD Account

I have a problem that has got me going round in circles. We have 14 Centos 6 AD integrated servers using Samba/Winbind with idmap_ad (security = ads, idmap backend = ad), this setup is running ...
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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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Ubuntu + AD; Failed to join domain: failed to set machine spn: Constraint violation

I'm attempting to join a Ubuntu 12.04 server to Active Directory. I installed samba, and kb5-user, created a machine account in AD, and did: > net ads testjoin Join is OK So far so good. Then I ...