Is it possible to login to a Linux machine with AD credentials without the machine beeing member of the AD?
I'm asking because as far as I know this is not possible with Windows machines since it's mandatory that a Windows machine is known to the AD in order to login with AD credentials. Is it possible to ...
Background: I'm not too familiar with the ins and outs of pam and LDAP authentication on a configuration side. I've used systems that use pam but I've only worked on applications, not systems ...
We've installed CentOS Directory Server (389 DS) and have Samba using it as a backend. This works great except that when enabling password syncing in the smb.conf it is only synced one way. I could ...
After setting up ldap authentication with pam in debian, evertything works fine. Using the passwd command change the ldap password of the current user. The problem is my ldap has been set up with an ...
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 ...
We store our users in LDAP, alongside some groups that have meaning across different systems (organizational roles including wheel). There are also groups local to workstations, e.g. audio or video ...
I've just hosed a system. Working on pam-ldap on an Ubuntu box, I've run pam-auth-update and told it to override local modifications (which had previously allowed for sudo su, but I was having issues ...
What is the best, or most reliable, way to manage my Unix/Linux user accounts with ActiveDirectory? Or, is this even feasible?