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Old 08-26-2009, 06:27 PM   #1
murmel
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Samba with dual security, ADS and user as backup


Hi everybodY!

I've been trying to get something working. I use the latest Samba with Debian Lenny and I use 'security = ads', which works great.

But my problem is that I need to get to my samba shares even if the Active Directory domain controller is down. This because I use Xen and my DC is a DomU (Virtual Machine). But I do sometimes need something to get to my samba shares even if the DC is down.

Is it possible to get both the security modes ADS and USER to work at the same time? Would be kinda nice.

Thank you very much!

- Simon
 
  


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