[K12OSN] User authetication problem - Active Directory vs K12LTSP

Mel Wade mel at melwade.com
Mon Jun 23 11:25:56 UTC 2008

I'm not much specific help to you, but we ended up going with a product
called Centrify to handle the AD integration with our three LTSP servers.
Worked like a charm...


On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 3:48 AM, Marco Neves <mneves at ccems.pt> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I´m trying to make the user of K12LTSP to autheticate in a 2003 server
> (active directory). I´m doing it using a NIS server on the 2003 server after
> installing the Windows Services for Unix 3.5.
> Everything works fine (using the command id <username> i receive the
> response from the windows server with the credentials of the user) but when
> i try to logon on the K12LTSP a receive a message saying that i don´t have a
> home directory created and ask if i want to use / as my home directory.
> To create the home directory automatically i´d edit the files login and
> remote in the etc/pam.d directory, and add the folowing line
> session required pam_mkhomedir.so skel=/etc/skel umask=0022 quiet
> but the directorie isn´t created.
> What could go wrong?
> Thanks in advanced for any help.
> Marco Neves
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Mel Wade
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