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Re: [K12OSN] AD Integration: Not able to login with domain account



I'm not sure if this is what's causing your problem or not, but the
default value for a couple of options in smb.conf changed recently.  I
ran into this problem when configuring K12LTSP 5.0EL for AD
authentication.  The options are "winbind enum groups" and "winbind enum
users".  They used to default to "yes", but now they default to "no".
You might want to try setting them to "yes" and see if that fixes
anything.

-Rob

On Tue, Jul 03, 2007 at 11:14:37AM -0400, Amy Contreras wrote:
> I've installed K12LTSP 5 and I am currently trying to integrate Active
> Directory.  For the most part I've been following the K12LTSP Wiki on
> ADIntigration
> http://www.k12ltsp.org/mediawiki/index.php/Technical:ADIntegration.  I
> was able to join the domain successfully and then made the necessary
> changes to allow domain account users to login.  Afterward I was not
> able to successfully login with the user accounts that I tried.  I did
> set the default domain and restarted winbind.  I tried to test several
> accounts by using the # su - "user" command and it appeared to
> acknowledge the user accounts but didn't like the passwords.  Now this
> is where I get myself in real trouble.  I seen that someone else got it
> working properly by changing the default login manager from GDM to KDM
> by editing /etc/sysconfig/desktop and adding DISPLAYMANAGER="KDE".  Big
> mistake.  Now I'm basically stuck because I'm not able to login as root
> and when I login with my local account I'm not able to make any changes
> because I somehow lack the proper permissions.  I tried using sudo to
> access the desktop file among others but that didn't work either.  I've
> done a google search and searched the archives but haven't found
> anything yet.  Please help!
>  
> Amy Contreras

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