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When the script finishes, the updated smbldap.conf and smbldap_bind.conf files will be in the /etc/smbldap-tools directory. The old configuration files will be renamed smbldap.conf.old and smbldap-tools.old for your reference. 5. Add the starting entries for your OpenLDAP server so that it can handle domain logon requests by the Samba server. You can do that by running the smbldap-populate command. A sample output is shown in Figure 16-15.
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Figure 16-15. Output.from the smbldap-populate command After you run the smbldap-populate command, your LDAP server will now have its database configured to accept account information that your Samba server will send and retrieve. These include subtrees for users, groups, computers, and domain users that are required for a Samba domain. 6. Run the command smbpasswd -w secret. The secret keyword is the binding password you provided earlier, in the ldap.conf file in the /etc directory. This value will be saved in the file called secrets.tdb inside the /etc/samba directory. The -w flag of the smbpasswd will use the password you gave to the LDAP server when it accesses the ldap admin dn for authentication. It should show a line like this after a successful run: Setting stored password for "cn=Manager,dc=dctoys,dc=com" in secrets.tdb 7. Create a user called toyuser1 for this domain by using the smbldap-tools script called smbldap-useradd. This command has the following syntax: smb-useradd given_options new_username
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where given_options are the options that you want to pass to smb-useradd and new_username is the username of the new user. To create the toyuser1 for your setup, use the command smbldap-useradd -m -a toyuser1 The m flag tells smbldap-useradd to create a home directory for this user to store his files. The a flag will create both Samba and Linux accounts for this user. 8. Change toyuser1 s password by entering smbldap-passwd toyuser1. When prompted for a password, enter it as toyuser1 also for now. This acts the same as the passwd command of Linux but is targeted to change both Samba and OpenLDAP user passwords.
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The last thing to do is to use a Windows computer to join your DCTOYS domain controller setup. We are going to use Windows XP for this section. 1. 2. As the administrator user, click Start Control Panel Performance and Maintenance System. This will open the System Properties window. Click the Computer Name tab and click the Change button. Click the Domain radio button under the Member Of section of the Computer Name Changes window and type DCTOYS as shown in Figure 16-16.
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Figure 16-16. Joining the DCTOYS domain using the Computer Name Changes window 3. 4. Then click OK. The Computer Name Changes window will now ask for a user name and password to be used to join this domain. Use root as the user name and secret as the password. You will be joined to the DCTOYS domain and will need to reboot afterward. Only the root user has the administrator privileges to allow machines to join your domain controller. You can add users with that privilege but it is beyond the scope of this book. Log into the DCTOYS domain as shown in Figure 16-17 using the toyuser1 network user.
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Figure 16-17. The DCTOYS domain is now a choice in the Log On To dropdown box. If you logged into the domain successfully, you will be greeted by two User Environment warnings. These warnings tell you only that Windows cannot find the copy of your roaming profile in the domain controller or the local profile to be used on your current session of the desktop. Click OK to both windows to close them. After those two windows, you will see the of toyuser1 s desktop.
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