NT User has nothing to do with samba.
Samba uses SambaSamAccount objectclass - you can look through the schema
and check which attributes apply to samba.
You could make things easier on yourself and go through Samba
check out the 'By Example' which pretty much covers everything you would
need to know.
On Thu, 2006-03-23 at 09:58 -0800, Mont Rothstein wrote:
It seems that this is a Samba issue and not a FDS issue. I
locked on to the fact that Samba is the Domain controller and FDS is
only the Directory server.
On 3/21/06, Mont Rothstein <mont.rothstein(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I can't figure out how to add a computer to the domain.
I've searched but can't find anything on this, which I assume
means it is so easy that no one has even bothered to write
I created a user in the Domain Admins group. I made that user
an NT User, set the NT User ID to be the same as the FDS User
ID, and checked Create New NT Account.
On a Windows XP box I went to System Properties->Computer
Name->Computer Name Changes and entered the domain name.
I am prompted to enter the name and password of an account
with permission to join the domain. I have tried entering the
user name both as domainname\username and just username. No
matter what I entered I get:
"unknown user name or bad password"
I also tried adding a similar user (different User ID) to the
Directory Administrators group. Using that user produced the
If someone could please explain what needs to be done, or
point me to a doc no this very basic process, I would
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