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Sep
19
comment Linux nested groups with winbind
It was only after I configured a test box using SSSD and received the same results I started noticing it in other places, like VMware. That lead me to believe it was AD related and I found the above solution. My issue was very similar to what you have listed. The winbind command you're looking for is wbinfo --group-info
Sep
17
comment Samba4 net join member fails
While i've rolled back to samba3 on many systems, my test system now appears to join without any other changes made it's probable this was the cause.
Sep
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accepted Samba4 net join member fails
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accepted Linux nested groups with winbind
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answered Linux nested groups with winbind
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comment Samba4 net join member fails
Yes, unfortunately it doesn't add a lot of information beyond whats in the command line output. I've updated the question to include what little is there.
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revised Samba4 net join member fails
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comment How to install pulse during RHEL 5.9 install
Are you trying to automate the install on new boxes or are you having issues applying pulse to rhel5.9?
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comment My domain doesn't resolve sometimes, pointing to my own dns server
Is there any reason you're running a domain server at all, does this game require it? Usually thats best left to your domain name provider unless you have the hardware & skill to run it properly. You shouldn't ever be running a DNS server for external resolution on a non-static IP address & DNS1 and 2 should be different IPs at the very least with two servers for RFC compliance. (At any rate DNS is 53 on tcp & udp not 52!)
Jul
17
answered Simple Multihomed Linux Server Issue