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comment Windows time service on Windows 2003 Server DC that provides RAS
I cannot understand why this question was downvoted. Is the description so bad? Well, the situation occured in a production environment on the DC and has severe consequences there. It is so severe that I am in fact thinking about contacting Microsoft Support as suggested by user48838 - for that, I have to reproduce the behaviour in a laboratory environment which takes me some time. I am going to keep the community posted about the outcome.
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comment Windows time service on Windows 2003 Server DC that provides RAS
Answer not acceptable for a DC in a productive environment :-( First of all, the built-in Windows Time client works, it is just a configuration issue. Second, the time service functions as an NTP server in the domain. So we are not talking just about an NTP client issue here, but rather about a critical component of a production environment domain.
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comment Linux computer (Debian) in a Windows Active Directory Domain, Administrator of AD should have root permission after login
This solution does not meet the specification :-(
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revised Linux computer (Debian) in a Windows Active Directory Domain, Administrator of AD should have root permission after login
Answering to comment by user syneticon-dj
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comment Linux computer (Debian) in a Windows Active Directory Domain, Administrator of AD should have root permission after login
Zoredache, you are right, GID < 1000 is reserved for system. It includes the pre-defined group users which has GID=100. I want the Domain-Users group (RID=513) mapping to exactly this unix group (GID=100). The idea about sudo could be an alternative option for goal #2, I agree.
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asked Linux computer (Debian) in a Windows Active Directory Domain, Administrator of AD should have root permission after login