On 30/01/14 10:28, Chris Gray wrote:
This person was able to setup autofs with sssd and samba as their AD server.


I haven't tried this, but in theory if you make the right settings in MS AD and in the config files for autofs and sssd, it should work pretty much the same.

Since you have to specify where the ou for the automount base is in the autofs config files, you don't actually need to make the automount ou at the base level, but it's up to you and your ad structure on where you want to put it. Then as long as you have krb5, ldap, and everything set right, it should work for


On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 4:06 AM, Longina Przybyszewska <longina@sdu.dk> wrote:
Use case is - we work towards policy, accessing any resources from any platform.
All users get per automatic windows share.
Additionally, Linux users  have primary homedir as nfs mounted share with automount/autofs+ NIs.
Some enterprise services have access only to windows share.

Linux desktops, running sssd with AD-provider should be able access  both shares.


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Steve Sheriff wrote a Blog about this here: http://linuxcostablanca.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/samba4-autofs-with-rfc2307bis-schema.html