Depending on your requirements, e.g. Windows machined in your setup, you
can also try
I would use Fedora, not CentOS.
It is an umbrella project for LDAP, Kerberos, DNS, NTP and some added
functionality on top you might or might not need/use.
It can also establish trust relationships with existing AD forests.
Worth checking out.
Regarding support for OpenBSD clients, I haven't tried, but you could hook
up direct LDAP access, for example.

On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 7:48 AM kasak <> wrote:

> 25.03.2020 02:06, Lars Bonnesen пишет:
> > Hi. I am having a project on setting up Samba to work as a replacement
> for
> > MS AD.
> >
> > I would prefer to do it on OpenBSD, but how is the implementation of
> Samba
> > on OpenBSD? Is it enhanced in a way that will cause any known problems
> that
> > would not be on say... CentOS?
> >
> > Regards, Lars.
> samba ad is not working on OpenBSD because ffs has no ea support.
> centos is bad choise too, because of permanently outdated version of samba.
> You should try arch linux or freebsd for this project, both of them has
> nearly latest version of samba.

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