RE: Windows Domain Authentication
--- "Marcus Deluigi (intern)" <email@example.com>
> > What server OS? NT4? 2000? 2003?
> > I have a debian X terminal server authenticating
> from an NT domain.
> > Do you have the default domain for winbind set in
> > (iuse default domain) or are you remembering to
> enter your
> > username as domain\username...?
> The server OS is 2003.
> I should be able to make a ssh-session and locale
> console login with
> just the Windows Domain user name.
> At least, that was possible with my old setup.
> I did not even have to change /etc/pam.d/ssh, since
> it includes
> common-auth, common-account and common-session.
> I don't have an X-Server installed.
> My smb.conf looks like this:
> netbios name = bilinux2
> #workgroup = WICRESOFT
> realm = WICRESOFT.COM
> security = ads
> password server = ws-dc-01 ws-dc-02
> encrypt passwords = yes
> windind use default domain = yes
*** Is this last line a typo? ***
windind > winbind
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