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Old 01-26-2016, 10:07 AM   #1
thomazp
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Using AD logins in LDAP (or other) environment


I need only the AD's logins and passwords could be read for the Ldap(or NIS,...) They dont need to share any space, because I can access the shared network drives now. So, the home directories aren't necessary.
When this is reached, I can ask to move from Windows to Linux(FEDORA in my case).
At first, will be nice if maintain AD to offer the possibility of use one or other.
If someone can show the way, I appreciate.
SAMBA(4.3.3) and CUPS are running.
I can print and map network shared drives in Win enviroment .
Thks

I am configuring Kerberos now.

I got all necessary Kerberos packages,
But when I try
# kinit
kinit: Included profile file could not be read while initializing Kerberos 5 library
But the processs still running because the prompt doesn't apear.
Delayed many time and the prompt appears.

What I need to do ? step by step.
Thanks,

Last edited by thomazp; 01-26-2016 at 04:45 PM. Reason: Adding Info
 
  


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