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Allow AD Groups to SUDO

I'm adding some Fedora 20 workstations to our Windows 2003 domain. I've successfully joined the domain with the boxes, and can login with domain accounts. Now I'm trying to allow the default AD group ...
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Samba 3.5.9 - join domain specific OU - net join ads

Our Unix team often uses Samba to join machines to the domain. The command they have traditionally used is: net join ADS -w [domain name] -U [username] I am one of our AD admins and I am trying to ...
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How to connect to an Active Directory

My office has a telemarketing group that is running Windows XP on ancient hardware. I want to move them off of XP as quickly as possible, for obvious reasons. These telemarketers rely solely on web ...
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Sudo permissions by ldap groups via nslcd

I have a problem with my sudo permissions in an MS ActiveDirectory to Debian LDAP authentication/authorization setup. What I have so far I've configured nslcd with libpam-ldap via ldaps and ssh login ...
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Mounting NFS share from Linux client on Windows domain

I've got a client (Ubuntu 13.10) joined to a Windows domain through PBIS/Likewise, serving Samba shares and allowing domain users to login with domain credentials. Outside of the Windows domain, ...
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Methods to diagnose why an application works for local user account but fails on a network user account?

I have setup a CentOS 6.5 machine that is attached to my company's domain. The OS is configured to allow Active Directory authentication so we do not have to have separate usernames and passwords to ...
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why host command return no SRV record?

I am a bit confuse here, I'm trying to establish a connection to Active Directory server from linux, someone told me to use this command: host -t srv zeus.company.com Assuming the Active Directory ...
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How can I get AD authentication without joining a domain?

In order for me to configure Samba to use the Windows Active Directory authentication, do I need to join a domain? Can I do that without joining the domain?
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How to configure Samba to use Windows's login ID?

I'm trying to access the Linux share folder from Windows using Windows's domain authentication. I come across the integration of Windows Active Directory into Samba on a Linux box, thus I have this ...
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Getting Samba 4.1's “internal DNS” to update hostnames from dhcpd

Samba 4 comes with its own "internal DNS" which can be used rather than BIND. Since Samba 4's main new feature is AD replacement, I would figure that its DNS would function similarly to Windows ...
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What's wrong with my AD/LDAP integration?

I upgraded a system from openSuSE 12.3 to 13.1 earlier this week. The upgrade trashed the networking and LDAP. The networking I was able to fix by deleting the bad adapter that the upgrade added, ...
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How do I impersonate a windows domain account user from a linux process?

I'm running a process on a Unix box (I think it's a recent version of Red Hat, I can check for more detailed info if relevant), under a local user. I would like to access some network resources, via ...
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Linux-AD Integration

I currently have this domain with about 25 PCUS running with AD and Windows Server 2008 R2. We are currently thinking of adding some Linux PCUS instead of more Windows PCS because of financial ...
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errors from Windows clients accessing printer via Samba despite CUPS working

On CentOS 6.4 (newdc), I have CUPS 1.4.2-50.el6_4.5 installed, can access its web interface. There I set up our main shared printer, an OCE Imagistics cm2520, and successfully printed a test page. ...
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Samba 4 gives “Failed to find a writeable DC for domain” on samba-tool domain join

I have a CentOS 6.4 box with SerNet's Samba 4.0.8 installed and no smb.conf file yet, as it should be. I want it to become an AD DC in my existing Windows domain, replicating from the existing ...
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Samba test setup with only one physical box

I have CentOS 6.4 i386/686 installed on its own. I'd like to test out Samba 4 running as an AD DC. If I don't have another spare box to use in the lab, is it possible / does it make sense to install ...
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Can 32-bit and 64-bit CentOS 6.4 servers both be AD domain controllers for the same domain?

If I have two CentOS 6.4 servers, one i386 and the other x86_64, running Samba 4.0.7, will they replicate domain controller data with each other (and from a Windows Server 2003 AD DC) without any ...
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What files does authconfig modify on RHEL?

I am trying to allow RHEL to use login accounts that are created on the system, but use the passwords from Active Directory. I have seen someone use: authconfig \ --enablekrb5 \ ...
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Let pam module use hostname -s

Our hostname command gives back the servername.domain. This is in conflict with our authentication mechanism with our Active Directory. Is it possible to let the pam module use hostname -s (the ...
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Problem in Joining RHEL with Windows 2008

I configured Domain on my test machine (Win2k8) and domain name is win2008ad.local and computer name is win2k8. So the full name is win2k8.win2008ad.local. I installed packages on RHEL 5 related to ...
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Samba and Active Directory limitations

I was wondering if somebody could help me with a question on a networking assignment I have do do with Active Directory and Samba working together (I chose SAMBA). I understand using a Samba domain ...
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How to configure for an Authenticating Proxy Server

My work proxy server requires authentication with the Microsoft AD domain user credentials. Everybody knows how it works: If you log in on a Windows workstation, your "Internet Explorer" browser based ...
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Restrict ssh login from LDAP to users who have a /home directory

I have an Apache server (RHEL 6) hosting multiple user web pages which currently is connected to my Active Directory environment to authenticate users. The server is used to automatically host content ...
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What is the kerberos keytab file used for in UNIX/AD kerberos authentication?

I have proved that UNIX/AD Kerberos authentication works without the presence of a keytab file so I'd like to know whether I should worry about it (given I'll need an individual keytab for each server ...
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Multiple PCs network centralized system authentication

(I couldn't really choose an accurate title as I don't know exactly what the feature I'm looking for is called. Sorry about that. I hope that the following lines may clear this aspect.) I own a dozen ...
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Unable to add ubuntu to windows domains? using centrify

I'm using this guide to add my linux (10.04 lucid) ubuntu machine to domain. First I tried using likewise, but couldn't do this apparently due to some compatibility issues with 10.04 kernel. I had ...
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Winbind PAM.D AD Groups, CentOS 5, Allow Only?

I'm attempting to create a configuration, where users in specified AD groups can log in. I'm having trouble stopping every AD user from logging in. I've been doing this though /etc/pam.d/sshd/ but ...
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Active Directory Domain with SAMBA or Other Tool

Can I create a domain using SAMBA and set up Active Directory with SAMBA on it? And by this I mean no windows servers involved. I would also like to be able to log in from a Windows machine. ...
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Allow su without password for users in a particular Active Directory group when using pam_winbind

I know on my Gentoo system, the /etc/pam.d/su file comes with the following commented out: auth sufficient pam_wheel.so use_uid trust Which allows a user to su to root without a password as ...
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The best Linux Open-source wiki with native support for Windows (NTLM) authentication

I need to set up a wiki for our engineering group; we are part of an Enterprise-wide Windows Active Directory domain. Most of the corporate IT applications use NTLM to authenticate (automatically via ...
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Setting up Samba to use AD server for authentication?

I am looking for howtos or instructions on setting up Samba to use an AD server for authentication instead of using a Samba password file. Pointers to documentation helpful, especially the right ...
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Windows Domain Server on FreeBSD

Is it possible (and if it is, could you point me in the proper direction) to set up a Windows Domain server (active directory and all that stuff) on a FreeBSD machine? I do understand that I need to ...
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How to add SLED 11 system to windows domain

I have a small Windows domain, contains DHCT, DNS, Active Directory, CA etc. I'm trying to connect a SLED 11 to the domain according to found-by-Google-search guides but all what I've found was ...
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Identity Management with ActiveDirectory

What is the best, or most reliable, way to manage my Unix/Linux user accounts with ActiveDirectory? Or, is this even feasible?