On Tue, 2006-09-19 at 10:13 +0100, Ashley Moran wrote:
> On 18 Sep 2006, at 19:41, Bob Johnson wrote:
> > You might need to make sure AD support got enabled. In the samba3 port
> > at least, it is off by default (although winbind support is enabled by
> > default).
> Bob,
> I think that's done,  judging by the output of "make config".   
> Unfortunately all the feedback I've got is "Done that that's the easy  
> bit, its all set up and it should be working
> just its returning invalid users all the time" which is not really  
> precise enough to expect a response from the list :)
> I think I will have to look at this myself.  I just wanted to sanity  
> check that it was possible more than anything.
> Ashley

It's absolutely possible Ashley.  We have samba 2.x running on a few
solaris 8 through 10 servers, one might be 3.x.  One of our solaris
admins made the mistake of making one of them a domain controller and it
was authenticating users in an AD domain.  I've run samba at home on
various releases of FreeBSD over the past few years.  You're just
looking to setup file shares with permissions, right?


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