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What helped so far as a temporary workaround was installing the old packages again. The method I chose was downloading the files from the appropriate links from https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/samba/2:3.6.3-2ubuntu2 and then installing them using dpkg -i libpam-smbpass_3.6.3-2ubuntu2.17_amd64.deb libpam-winbind_3.6.3-2ubuntu2.17_amd64.deb ...


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This is a regression introduced with the latest Samba updates (the ones which also fixed the Badlock vulnerability). A temporary solution (other than downgrading) might be to set server signing = auto in your smb.conf (don't forget to restart the samba service after that). Unfortunately this only fixed logins for existing users for me. It didn't help ...


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The problem is, first, most tutorials talk about generating a keytab and a principal for the host. I do not understand this, because I am not authenticating the host but only the users. I know this answer is a few years after the question was asked, but, from Centrify's centrifydc.conf file: By default, a user's TGT will be verified by retrieving and ...


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I don't know how to achieve this. But I've tested a workaround, which maybe useful to your case: To "log" who has deleted a file, you could modify the path of the recycle bin to a [.recycle/UserWhoDeletedTheFile] - replace the following in your config: recycle:repository = .recycle with the following: recycle:repository = .recycle/%u The above will ...


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ADS does this somewhat but probably not to the full extent you're talking about. That said, it is open source so if you have the development time behind this it might not be that infeasible. https://www.ldap-account-manager.org/lamcms/ LAM isn't that far off from what you're looking for, however, I would note that in my search for something similar I ...


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I faced the same problem: AD authentication without winbind was broken for me. The reason why I stopped winbind originally was because it could not find the local groups (although it seems to find the correct user mapping). Here is a log excerpt with winbind activated: [2016/04/22 16:15:20.654780, 5] Auth/token_util.c:527(debug_unix_user_token) UNIX ...


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Yes, this is an upstream Samba bug, which was introduced to RHEL users in the latest Samba package updates. Red Hat is aware of the problem, and has a candidate patch to fix it, but as of today (Apr 27) has not yet released an update with the patch. See https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1326918 and ...


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I have found the solution on another forum, answered just yesterday by the author of napp-it, gea. Relevant excerpt: I also found that OmniOS 151018 is not listed on a Windows machine under "network" even with a Windows server as Master Browser. You can enable Browsing when you set the smbshare property netbios_enable=true (napp-it menu Services > SMB > ...



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