Samba: meet LDAP

Simon Bassett spbasset at
Thu Dec 14 19:10:06 UTC 2006

I have not used this myself yet, but I have heard some pretty rave

This sets up ldap and samba allowing you to adjust every aspect of user
level restrictions. (think AD domain).

On Thu, 2006-12-14 at 12:15 -0600, Brian Fahrlander wrote:
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>     I have a customer that's using Samba, and is using LDAP for user
> authentication.  But right now it's just "share level" on Samba, and
> that needs to change.
>     Rather than all sorts of critical details, I was hoping for input
> from folks that have done this- there are many HowTos, as well as the
> Samba site, but I kinda want to pick the brains of people fresh from
> that fight: what's the best way to go about it, especially if it's done
> remotely...
>     Thanks!
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