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Old 01-20-2003, 01:10 PM   #1
TheTrexx
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SAMBA....mapping users and groups


1.) I have my SAMBA PDC setup and added an XP client. I want to be able to map my Linux user ROOT to the Windows user ADMINISTRATOR. Do I use

"root= administrator"

or is there another command for the smb.conf?



2.) I want to be able to map Windows NT/2000/XP groups to my Linux groups, for example Power User to my LinPwrUsers group. Is it possible to do this?



3.) How can I connect to WebMin or SWAT remotely? I try it, but it says on the Windows "Unavailable or had its name changed".

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