I have a question for the authentication between Linux and Windows.
When I get an authentication from the OS system such as Linux, then I can use PAM by configuration of "/pam.d".
However, it's the authentication in local only, and I have to make an authentication from Windows not Linux.
So, I'm looking into /etc/shadows and /etc/nsswitch.conf. There is an article for the tip, but it's not enough for me to configure the file by my self.. ( URL : https://serverfault.com/questions/538383/understand-pam-and-nss/538503#538503 )
Other articles are saying using OpenLDAP, but it's for Linux not Windows.. I guess..
Is there any way to get the authentication from Window servers via LDAP??
For example of 'nsswitch.conf', if I configure the file like following..
passwd: files dns sss shadow: files dns sss
Then, it will find the files first and then look into DNS. Then, how can I configure the DNS or /shadow, etc. for the authentication from the remote.
Thank you so much for reading.