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Re: check winbind AD group memberships

Although I haven't had to configure winbind against AD, I'm pretty
sure you need to configure NSS to use winbind and afterwards you can
use pam_group. That is, you should be able to add a "winbind" entry to
your "group" entry on your /etc/nsswitch.conf as long as you have the
associated libnss_winbind.so installed on your system.

Ensure that you are properly seeing the groups (getent group) before
returning to configuring PAM.

-- Jon Miller

On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 3:48 AM, robert pearce <robert pearce jdplc com> wrote:
> When using linux winbind authentication against active directory, is there a
> way to check membership of an AD group using pam ?
> As far as i know pam_group only checks against local groups.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Thanks,
> - R
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