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System policies represent the last stick available to the system administrator for tailoring the working environment of domain users. A system policy is a union of user profile and system profile. The system profile is reflected in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE key branch of the registry. The system policy is a means for ensuring consistent environment policy for users, groups and machines. System settings enforced by the system policy include control panel access, desktop schemes, Windows Shell, access to system tools, and application configuration. The domain administrator sets system policy values using the System Policy Editor, poledit.exe (Figure 10.3). The new policy is saved as a file named config.pol in Windows 9x and NTconfig.pol in Windows NT. You can get a copy of poledit.exe from the Windows distribution CD.
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Figure 10.3: System Policy Editor, poledit.exe
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To use system policies in Samba, you'll need to create a config.pol file on a Windows 9x workstation. After setting your environment preferences, save the file and copy it into Samba's netlogin share.
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Now that you've finished configuring Samba to operate as a domain controller, you'll need to configure the domain login settings on each of your Windows 9x workstations. If multiple users will use individual domain workstations, you'll need to enable support for multiple user profiles on these computers. Do this clicking on Start Settings Control Panel Users (Figure 10.4) and Start Settings Control Panel Passwords (Figure 10.5). After completing profile setup, don't restart your computer until you finished configuring domain logon properties. Identify the user set and whether default or individual user profiles will be supported.
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Enable domain logons in Windows 9x by selecting Start Settings Control Panel Network from the desktop. Make sure that Client for Microsoft Networks is installed. Open the properties tab. Set the "Logon to Windows NT domain" box and enter the name of the domain (Figure 10.6). Apply the changes and restart. The Windows Logon box should now display user, password, and domain options. The first time each user logs on to the domain he/she will be asked about saving the user profile. Each user should select Yes. Check the Samba roaming profiles store to verify that a profile was created for the new user.
Figure 10.6: Client for Microsoft Networks Properties
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In the chapter introduction I mentioned the Samba PDC development project. This idea is to extend Samba's domain controller capability to include Windows NT PDC functionality. A fair amount of work has already been completed. Unsupported versions of the Samba PDC-enabled code are available from the Samba download sites for evaluation and testing. According to the latest Samba NT Domain FAQ, here is information on which PDC features are available and which are not. Currently included features are: The ability to act as a PDC for Windows NT 3.51 Service Pack 5 and Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 4 clients. This includes adding NT machines to the domain and authenticating users logging into the domain.
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Domain account can be viewed using the "User Manager for Domains." Viewing resources on the Samba PDC via Server Manager from an NT client Windows 95 clients will allow user-level security to be set, but will not currently allow browsing of accounts. Machine account password updates Changing of user passwords from an NT client User name <-> RID mapping Some tools work with this such as the NT Sec tools from Pedestal software. Some tools, like explorer.exe, do not work. Partial support for Windows NT group and user name mapping Support for a LDAP password database back-end. Release of a stable, full-featured Samba PDC is currently slated for version 2.1. The NT domain client code is available beginning with version 2.0. The following are not currently available in the NTDOM PDC support but eventually will be: Trust relationships. PDC <=> BDC integration. Network printing (see FAQ question 2.5 for a workaround). Windows NT ACLs (on the Samba shares).
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