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Re: [K12OSN] smbldap-tools (previously Samba Console)



Nils Breunese wrote:
Robert Moskowitz wrote:

I went looking for Samba Console that IDEALX use to provide.

It is gone.

After some searching, I seem to see that now just use smbldap-tools. The most recent copy I found is:

smbldap-tools-0.9.5-1.noarch.rpm

Over at http://download.gna.org/smbldap-tools/packages/

Anyone up to date on this? Does this give a nice GUI for Samba? Or is there something else worth using?

What do you want to be able to do? Have you tried the system-config-samba package?
Gee, I really don't know all that I have to do.

I have a REAL NT server PDC. Been running since '96. At various times I have had BDCs as well. I do have WINS configed on the server and had had it on some other Win2000 boxes which are now gone. Every system accessing the domain is just configured to use the PDC as their WINS server.

Each user has the home directory share and a login script.

I got to migrate all of that.

I am setting up the new box on a double-NATed net so it will have the same IP address as the current server and the same host/server name and same domain name.

Oh, and of course I will need to get all the current systems registered to the new server once it is in place....

I thought about having the new samba server be a BDC and then promote it to a PDC, but then I would still have to work out how to change its name and IP address to the same as the current box.



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