Are the values the same? i.e. the password hash? If it is, I'd use a COS pointer,
essentially pointing sambaNTPassword to Password.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Todor Petkov
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2013 11:26 AM
To: 389 Users
Subject: [389-users] Samba authentication via DS/LDAP
I am trying to make Samba authenticate to DS. I used this guide
, the Samba server is set up also to authenticate users
via SSH/console following this guide
Things are working this way:
when I add a user to Samba (smbpasswd -a user), the LDAP scheme for the user is modified
and there are several new attributes added. One of them is sambaNTPassword, which seems to
be used for authentication. When I set it via phpldapadmin to '123', the user
authenticates with this password, and not with the one used for SSH for example.
Is there a way to 'force' samba to use the 'password' value instead of
'sambaNTPassword'? I don't want to tell the user that he must remember
different password for accessing Samba.
Thanks in advance,
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