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Old 07-24-2014, 03:41 AM   #1
somnathndy
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SAMBA user share problem


Hi All,

I have configured SAMBA - Winbind on RHEL 6.3, 64bit. Where users were already created previously by me on RHEL part. I want to integrate the SAMBA with AD so that in future new users can be created only on AD and they automatically gets permission to login to Linux part and get their home directories which are shared on samba. User Home Directories are being created on a separate volume (/home1) on Linux. Now my problem is, I am unable to map these home directories on per user basis(every user should get read-write access to his home directory only, it is not even browsable by others also except root. For test configuration on samba, one directory I shared and successfully I could map it from a win client but how to map so many directories per user basis? shall I have to write separate entries for each users? It is nearly impossible as here it is around 700 users - please help.
 
Old 07-24-2014, 04:41 AM   #2
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Not sure I fully understand what you need, but I'm guessing that your users log into (windows) PC's and authenticate to an Active Directory Domain Controller, but you want the user home shares to be on a Red Hat Server and shared to the Windows boxes using SAMBA?!

Seems a bit of a miss mash of platforms if you ask me (maybe I'm understanding it wrong).

However, you will need your RHEL box to authenticate to AD also using LDAP and then you could use AutoFS to mount the home shares with the relevant permissions. Although there can be problems with AutoFS and CIFS - maybe someone else could elaborate on this, as I've used it mostly with NFS.
 
Old 07-24-2014, 04:51 AM   #3
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Hi Jonnybinthemix,

Thank you for your reply. Yes my requirement is, users will authenticate by AD and they will get their home shares from SAMBA.If possible it will be automatically mounted to users' system(I don't know the process). But no one can browse others home shares.
 
  


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