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The best way to get the latest information about which features have been implemented is to obtain the latest source code from the HEAD branch of the CVS code tree. To download a copy of the Samba Domain Controller source code, you'll need a copy of cvs (http://download.cyclic.com). Use cvs to log in to the Samba CVS source server and update your copy of the Samba source code. $ cvs -d :pserver:cvs@samba.org:/cvsroot login password: cvs $ cvs -d :pserver:cvs@samba.org:/cvsroot co samba $ cvs update -d -P
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Build and install the source as you would a standard distribution (see 5). It's a good idea to install the binaries using an alternate directory tree for testing and evaluation purposes. Configure Samba as outlined in the previous section describing domain control
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for Windows 9x environments and start the server. The first time the server is invoked it will create a file in the /usr/local/samba/private directory to identify the domain SID. The file name is <domain name>.SID. With the server up and running, set up machine trust accounts for each member of the domain. The machine trust accounts are similar to user accounts with the exception that a "$" character is appended to the account name. First add a <machine client name>$ entry in the UNIX /etc/passwd file using the following format: <NetBIOS-name>$:*:<uid>:<gid>:<Client Description>: \ /dev/null:/bin/false Once the account has been added to UNIX, add the account to Samba's password file: $ smbpasswd -a -m <NetBIOS-name>$ Finally, map Windows accounts and groups to their UNIX counterparts. This is done by specifying the location of mapping files with the domain user map, domain group map, and local group map parameters. Table 10.2 lists each parameter with the associated format for pairing the UNIX and Windows accounts and groups. Table 10.2 UNIX/Windows Account and Group Maps
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domain user map = <path> Format: UNIXuser = [\\domain\]NTuser domain group map = Format: UNIXgroup = NTgroup local group map = Format: UNIXgroup = [BUILTIN\]NTgroup *BUILTIN indicates default NT groups like "Administrator".
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Windows 2000 builds upon the Windows domain model by organizing domains into a hierarchical tree structure supporting both central and distributed administration (Figure 10.7). The collection of domains and administrative policies is managed by Windows 2000 Active Directory. Active Directory is a combination of the legacy NT domain security architecture augmented with a set of open technologies that include Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), Kerberos Version 5.0, and Internet-style Domain Name Service (DNS). Active Directory supports a mixed environment of Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 domain controllers. Back-level clients can still log on using NT LAN Manager challenge/ response authentication.
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Figure 10.7: Windows 2000 domain tree structure
It is still a bit early to tell how Samba can participate in the Windows 2000 domain, tree, and forest model. Keep an eye on the Samba discussion archives concerning the latest Windows 2000 and Samba interoperability issues.
Summary
Domains are similar to workgroups but provide additional functionality and security via a shared security policy. Samba supports full domain client compatibility and domain controller services for Windows 9x environments. To configure Samba as a domain client: 1. Stop smbd and nmbd. 2. Update smb.conf.
security = domain netbios name = <NetBIOS name> workgroup = <domain name> password server = <PDC BDC1 ... BDCn> encrypt passwords = true
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machine password timeout = <seconds> 3. Register the server using Windows Server Manager. 4. Set server machine account password: $ smbpasswd j <Domain Name> r <PDC Name> 5. Restart smbd and nmbd. To configure Samba as a Windows 9x domain controller: 1. Enable WINS support, identify server name, and workgroup name. wins support = yes netbios name = <server name> workgroup = <domain name> 2. Configure Samba as the domain master browser. os level = 64 domain master = yes local master = yes preferred master = yes 3. Setup netlogin, homes, and profiles shares. [netlogin] [homes] [profilesl] logon script = \\%N\netlogin\scripts\%U.bat logon drive = <drive letter> logon home = \\%N\%U logon path = <profile path> 4. Set domain logon parameters. security = user encrypt passwords = yes domain logons = yes 5. Create System Policy using poledit.exe on a Windows 9x machine and copy to Samba netlogin share. 6. Enable user profiles and domain logons on the Windows 9x clients. Samba PDC support is under development. Experimental source code is available from
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