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Re: Configuring Red Hat to use Active Directory (RADIUS or LDAP)



Roughly (off the top of my head):

You need Samba with winbind. Stop samba and run use net join to join
your box to the windows domain. 
Service smb start.
Use wbinfo -p to get a list of users on the AD domain (so testing
winbind works)

Use authconfig to authenticate against with kerberos, the realm will be your AD domain and the
server an  AD server.

Edit nsswitch.conf so use winbind for user/group/shadow

In the winbind pam config file in /etc/pam.d the line 

session required /lib/security/pam_mkhomedir.so skel=/etc/skel/
umask=0077

Ensures users get a home when they log in.

John



On Tue 07 Jun 2005 at 08:21, Shane Presley (shane presley gmail com) wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I'd like to authenticate our users via Active Directory.  I know AD
> has a native LDAP interface.  But we've also installed a RADIUS
> interface, and that's how our Cisco Routers and firewalls authenticate
> users.
> 
> Any docs on how to set this up with Red Hat?  I would prefer Radius,
> but not sure if it would be capable of passing back a home directory?
> 
> Shane
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