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How add sambausers to the 3 sambagroups ??

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How add sambauser to the 3 sambagroups (sgrp1, sgrp2, sgrp3) ?

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Re: How add sambausers to the 3 sambagroups ??


add them to the group in Imanager or in console one. Please be sure the
groups are LUM enabled, otherwise they are not visible for samba/lum. A
normal NDS group doesn't have the posix attributes which are required
for LUM/samba.

If they names don't show up (only the sid numbers), then try to add a
groupmapping :

1. open up a console
2. su to root
3. use the command : net groupmap add unixgroup=<unixgroup/ndsgroup>
ntgroup=<windowsNTgroupName>

The above is just for easy reading from windows workstations. If you
want to see the groupnames from windows networking, this is what you
are looking for. If you don't use it, don't bother it 🙂


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Re: How add sambausers to the 3 sambagroups ??

Thank you.
serg.
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> add them to the group in Imanager or in console one. Please be sure the
> groups are LUM enabled, otherwise they are not visible for samba/lum. A
> normal NDS group doesn't have the posix attributes which are required
> for LUM/samba.
>
> If they names don't show up (only the sid numbers), then try to add a
> groupmapping :
>
> 1. open up a console
> 2. su to root
> 3. use the command : net groupmap add unixgroup=<unixgroup/ndsgroup>
> ntgroup=<windowsNTgroupName>
>
> The above is just for easy reading from windows workstations. If you
> want to see the groupnames from windows networking, this is what you
> are looking for. If you don't use it, don't bother it 🙂
>
>
> --
> sarindor



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