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Old 05-16-2014, 04:52 AM   #1
anoopsureshpathre
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How to configure LDAP server as a Domain controller


How to configure LDAP server as a Domain controller?

I am trying to configure all service to act my Server as a Domain controller.

Please help me to configure LDAP server.

For users authentication purpose.

Kindly send me the details ASAP

Thanks & Regards
Anoop

Last edited by anoopsureshpathre; 05-18-2014 at 01:28 PM. Reason: Correcttions
 
Old 05-16-2014, 11:49 AM   #2
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How to configure LDAP server as a Domain controller?
I am trying to configure all service to act my Server as a Domain controller. Please help me to configure LDAP server. For users authentication purpose.
Ok, if you're trying to, why don't you tell us what you've done? What error(s) you got? Asking a clear question helps others to help you...but you don't provide any details. Things like version/distro of Linux, how many users, or what your goal is. And did you try to look this up first?? Just putting "how to configure ldap as domain controller" into Google pulls up LOTS:
https://www.eduroam.us/node/36

...complete with examples.
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Kindly send me the details on EMAIL REMOVED
No, that's not how forums work. You can either participate in the conversation, or not. We're not going to provide you free, personalized one-on-one email tech support. And really, asking others to look things up for you is bad enough...not even showing the effort to check back on your own thread, but expecting others to email you links/instructions is VERY rude.
 
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Old 05-17-2014, 10:33 PM   #3
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I believe you want Samba. Most distributions have the base as a simple storage server, but they should also have the domain controller support...

http://edoceo.com/howto/samba3-windows7

LDAP alone is not enough for a domain controller - you also need DNS, and Kerberos.
 
  


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