getent passwd only pulls local info - getent group works?
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Now, wbinfo -u and wbinfo -g prints out active directory users and groups as it should. getent group shows me active directory groups. But getent passwd only returns local users. And unfortunately, the port for samba isn't opened on the firewall yet, so I can't test to see how samba is working. Did I make a typo somewhere? Can you see something I've done wrong?
Thank you. The time may be an issue. Everything else appears to be working properly and the users are able to log into the box with their AD credentials. I am going to try and find out today if the AD DCs are using the time servers.