[K12OSN] one more time

Nathan Sinton nsinton at gmail.com
Wed Feb 23 16:36:41 UTC 2005

see http://k12ltsp.org/phpwiki/index.php/Technical%3AAuth%3APamWinBind.

also try opening a teminal up and typing "authconfig" select winbind

I have a test workstation logging into a win2003 domain without using
any of this DOMAIN+username stuff.  It also makes and mounts the
user's home directories on a windows server via cifs.

When I set this up on the server in a week or two I'll post the
details here and on the wiki.

On Wed, 23 Feb 2005 10:55:42 -0500, Sharon Betts <sbetts at msad71.net> wrote:
> I tried to ask this previously, but wasn't clear, I guess.
> Is there anyway to incorporate LTSP into an existing Windows 2000 / 2003
> network?  I have a Windows network with  DHCP, authentication/file and
> terminal servers running.  I would like to add an LTSP to the network --
> but HOW?   The clients need to access every resource -- they are all local
> bootable clients (no true thin clients booting from the server).
> >From all we have read, LTSP doesn't play nice in this situation.  At this
> time, I cannot begin to change the entire network for LDAP.  Just not
> feasible with the number of workstations and users.
> Sharon
> MSAD#71 Director of Educational Technology
> sbetts at msad71.net          http://www.msad71.net     207-985-1100
> "To err is human - and to blame it on a computer is even more so."
> Robert Orben
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