And thank you too for your answers!
> Our end users use a mix of Windows and OSX laptops / workstations.
> are not members of any kind of domain. They access our file servers via
> Samba shares authenticated by freeIPA.
> The samba server is a freeIPA client.
> The samba config on the freeIPA side looks like it was done along the
> in the link
> The ldap config in our samba smb.conf looks like this:
> security = user
> passdb backend = ldapsam:ldap://ldap.my.example.com
> ldap suffix = dc=my,dc=example,dc=com
> ldap admin dn = cn=Directory Manager
> ldap ssl = off
That's interesting: Samba as an IPA client and resolving via LDAP, what
I already know the link (and I don't like very much patching the code), but
it won't be needed anymore since “ipa-server-trust-ad” is out, right?
Thanks and cheers!
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