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Old 05-04-2018, 07:13 AM   #1
Bugenhagen
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idmapping owner/group on SMB share from multiprotocol filer.


Hi,
I'm trying to do a minimal client side configuration on a fleet of Ubuntu laptops that are NOT joined to the AD.
(many of the laptops lacks a proper hostname and the same name are most certainly used on many computers)

The AD is Win2016 and the users have all posix-attibutes populated. It also responds to LDAP queries.

This is only an interim solution until we are properly set up with a more standardised client.

Anyway ...
By using mount.cifs I can mount the share using by password or by kerberos ticket. Permissions are correctly enforced by the filer but the ownership and group-belonging of the files are always from the user who performed the mount.

Is there a way to solve this by using some cunning LDAP or AD setup with NSS and/or Winbind or sssd, so that the proper owner and group are shown?


This desired setup is only needed for idmapping and not for authentication.

//Br Christian
 
Old 10-19-2019, 06:15 AM   #2
Mamiesat
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idmapping owner/group on SMB share from multiprotocol filer

Wow, Linux and Mac beat the Win client. That has to be a first.

Thanks for the heads-up on this. Unfortunately, its 64-bit only for now.
 
  


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