thanks for your answer.
On Wed, 16 Jul 2014, Dmitri Pal wrote:
On 07/16/2014 07:16 AM, dbisc...@hrz.uni-kassel.de wrote:
I have IPA running on a CentOS 6 server. This server also acts as NFS-
and Samba server. My Linux clients (openSUSE 13.1) work fine (NFS,
automount, user auth for ssh and display manager).
Since I also have some Windows users, I want them to be able to mount
their homes via Samba using their IPA password. Just that, no AD or
other fancy stuff.
Support of Windows users is still where it was. Code might have changed
so the solution might not apply any more cleanly. Our general vision is
that windows users belong to Windows and have to be either in AD or in
Samba4. As soon as Samba 4 supports cross forest trusts we will make it
supported. Then we will be able to support cases like you describe.
Also right now Samba FS as a member of IPA domain does not work well. It
should work better with SSSD 1.12.1 and IPA 4.1 when we make sure that
all parts are in place but that would still have some problems when one
has to come from windows client as there is no SSSD equivalent for
Bottom line: no, there is no better info, sorry.
Bummer. Just to make sure: I don't want my Windows users to be able to log
on to their systems using IPA auth, they all have local accounts. I just
want them to be able to manually mount their home shares.
Since I'm still more or less testing stuff, I wonder where to go from
here. Before biting the bullet having separate Samba accounts: Would it
help to switch to Samba 4? This post
suggests that it's possible. Somebody out there did it successfully?
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