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Re: Using Samba 2.2 as PDC

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On Sunday 06 May 2001 08:14, Florian Petri wrote:
> Hi!
> I tried to setup the domain "dom1" on my samba server "smb1". So I changed
> my smb.conf and put all the stuff I need for a domain in it and restarted
> samba 2.2 (final).
> Samba sarted and I could use "smb1" as fileserver. Now I tried to join the
> domain dom1 with a NT4 Ws. I added the machine account to smbpasswd,
> joined the domain, rebooted and tried to login. I got the errormessage "Ihr
> Konto wurde deaktiviert. Bitte wenden sie sich an ihren
> Systemadministrator." which means something like "Your account was
> deactivated, pse call admin".
> Now I used a local account and started some usermgr:
> The domain usrmgr showed a domain, without any global groups but many local
> groups converted from unix...
> The local usermgr showed a domain, with two global groups: "Domain Users"
> && "Domain Administrators". In the local Administrator group of the machine
> a global group named "smb1\Domain Administrators" not "dom1\blabla" like I
> exspected was added. Is this a bug?
> When I try to add a user to the local accounts, I add "dom1\user" and when
> I reopen the group I see "smb1\user" in this group.
> Any ideas? I have no idea what's wrong...
> cu Floh

Unless I'm mistaken, SAMBA can only act as a BDC of an existing NT/2000 


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