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Old 04-05-2009, 10:00 AM   #1
llattan
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Enable samba BDC to allow writing to local LDAP


How to configure smb.conf of a samba BDC server to allow that all changes (user's passwords changing, joining computers) was written to local LDAP.
Ive set remotes LDAP's (BDCs) with multimaster configuration via syncrepl.
LDAP Multimaster feature works fine (N-way replication works perfectly)

I need this configuration to void errors when a user must to change his/her password in a remote office (BDC) connected via WAN to central office (PDC), and the link is down.

I use openldap 2.4.11 and samba 3.0.33 (on Redhat Enterprise Linux Server 5.2 x86_64)

Thanks in advance.

Regards.
Leandro.
 
  


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