[CentOS] SAMBA and Active Directory Intergration Problem

Banyan He banyan at rootong.com
Mon Nov 19 15:23:31 UTC 2012


There are two things you can do,

1. for homes share, add "path = /path/to/home/%S"
2. for homes share, change mask from 0775 to 0700

This may help but may not the way you are looking for.

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Banyan He
Blog: http://www.rootong.com
Email: banyan at rootong.com

On 2012-11-19 5:10 PM, Bonnie B Mtengwa wrote:
> I have a CentOS6.3 SAMBA file server. All the users are on a Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Controller and authentication is done using Winbind integration on SAMBA .
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> Everything works well except that if someone logs on to the Samba Server, they see all the shared folders there and also a folder with their own name %USER%. This Folder is not accessible, one cannot enter into this folder, I have noticed that it's not being automatically created in the home folder :
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> i.e  /home/%USER%/ is not there.
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> My smb.conf  is as follows
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>         workgroup = Domain0
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>         security = ads
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>         realm = Domain.com
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>         encrypt passwords = yes
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>         preferred master = no
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>         template shell = /bin/bash
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>         template homedir = /home/%D/%U
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>         winbind separator = $
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>        ; template primary group = "Domain Users"
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>         winbind uid = 600-20000
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>         winbind gid = 600-20000
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>         winbind use default domain = yes
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>         winbind nested groups = yes
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>         winbind enum users = yes
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>         winbind enum groups = yes
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>         enhanced browsing = yes
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>         winbind offline logon = false
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>        password server = dc.domain.com
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>        [homes]
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>         create mask = 0775
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>         directory mask = 0775
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>         browseable = no
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>         comment = Home Directories
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>         valid users = %U
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>         writable = yes
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> anyone who can help me on this?
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> Bonnie
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