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