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Re: [K12OSN] two samba servers on one Win2k3 domain without trusts?



Yes,

There in lies the ol' rub. I can't ditch win2k3 *yet* and in fact this
project is meant to show the folks that I work for that such a
replacement might be feasable, but until that day, I am looking for a
way to share a common backend without running parallel sets of
users/password setups.

I appreciate your help Doug.

John

On 7/9/07, Doug Simpson <veewee77 alltel net> wrote:
I used multiple domains and multiple servers and had no problems
accessing data from any server from any workstation (not using W2K. . .
all my PDC were linux/samba) provided the user had accounts and access
rights to each server.

It depended on who logged in and what they were supposed to have access
to as to whether or not they needed access to a particular server or
share. Basically, the only thing I used the domain for was
authentication. After that everything else was done via login scripts.
Winders XP messed that up a bit, but I figured a way around that, too. .
.With 98, you could simply change the domain line and log into any
domain you wanted.  With XP you are locked into one.  But granting
access to others is still possible with linux/samba servers without
having to change the domain. . .

More details if you want. . .

Doug

john wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Is it possible to have two samba servers on a win2k3 domain without
> using NT style trusts? Put another way, must one of the Samba servers
> always be a PDC for its own domain and host something like LDAP for
> all other samba servers?
>
> Is there someone out there who REALLY groks SAMBA?
>
> Thanks!
>
> John
>
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