On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 10:03 AM Troels Hansen <t...@casalogic.dk> wrote:

> This might be related to the old thread
> https://www.redhat.com/archives/freeipa-users/2015-January/msg00285.html
> but on the other side not quite, and can't see that it have been been
> solved.
>
> I have been spending quite some time on this, but haven't been able to
> solve it yet.
>
> My problem is:
>
> I have a complete new infrastructure based om RedHat7 and CentOS7 servers.
> No Windows and defenently no AD, however we use Samba for sharing files to
> some clients.
>
> Clients is mostly Ubuntu based laptops, completely individually manages.
> No central user admin or anything.
> Users manage their own PC 100%.
>
> We have two IPA servers set up, and all Linux servers authenticate against
> IPA and all that works flawless.
>
> We migrated from a pure LDAP / Samba3 based solution to IPA / Samba4,
> using the ipa migrate script and this also worked fine.
>
> Now comes the tricky part that I haven't been able to solve.
>
> I can't seem to set Samba to play with IPA.
>
> I have been trying to use plain old ldapsam backend, but never managed to
> get it to work.
> Seems Samba can't authenticate users.
>
> Tried ipasam backend, using kerberos, following the instructions from the
> old thread:
> https://www.redhat.com/archives/freeipa-users/2015-September/msg00052.html
> Samba fails to start up, with a:
> 2015/10/27 14:13:42.127557,  0] ipa_sam.c:4478(pdb_init_ipasam)
>   pdb_init_ldapsam: WARNING: Could not get domain info, nor add one to the
> domain. We cannot work reliably without it.
> [2015/10/27 14:13:42.127785,  0]
> ../source3/passdb/pdb_interface.c:178(make_pdb_method_name)
>   pdb backend ipasam:"ldaps://kenai.casalogic.lan
> ldaps://koda.casalogic.lan" did not correctly init (error was
> NT_STATUS_CANT_ACCESS_DOMAIN_INFO)
>
> If I look at tje users directly in LDAP, I can see they don't have a
> ipaNTHash or ipaNTSecurityIdentifier attribute, however have preserved
> their old LDAP-ish sambaLMPassword and sambaNTPassword
>
> I might be completely off, but I need Samba to authenticate users against
> IPA, using password, and not krb as I have no control over the clients.
>
> FreeIPA is currently 4.1
>
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To get the ipaNTHash and ipaNTSecurityIdentifier attributes, I had to run
the ipa-adtrust-install --add-sids, even though I was not setting up a
trust. It would be nice if there was a way to generate these values another
way, maybe there is but I missed it.

--Joshua D Doll
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