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Integrating Samba file sharing from Linux and Unix serverswith Likewise Enterprise.

Integrating Samba file sharing from Linux and Unix serverswith Likewise Enterprise.

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This document describes how to integrate Samba file sharing from Linux
and Unix servers with Likewise Enterprise, so that these shares provide
controlled access for Windows clients that are authenticated by Active
Directory. The guide also discusses the configuration of home directories
and roaming profiles.
The Samba 3 integration guide is intended to provide the system
administrator with deployment guidance when integrating Samba 3 with
Likewise Enterprise to provide secure, interoperable enterprise solutions
for Windows file and print sharing on Linux and UNIX operating systems.
This guide provides a step-by-step instruction on replacing the
authentication backend and native Samba 3 idmapper with that provided by
Likewise Enterprise.
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This document describes how to integrate Samba file sharing from Linux
and Unix servers with Likewise Enterprise, so that these shares provide
controlled access for Windows clients that are authenticated by Active
Directory. The guide also discusses the configuration of home directories
and roaming profiles.
The Samba 3 integration guide is intended to provide the system
administrator with deployment guidance when integrating Samba 3 with
Likewise Enterprise to provide secure, interoperable enterprise solutions
for Windows file and print sharing on Linux and UNIX operating systems.
This guide provides a step-by-step instruction on replacing the
authentication backend and native Samba 3 idmapper with that provided by
Likewise Enterprise.
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Product Documentation
Likewise Enterprise
Samba 3 Integration Guide
IN THIS DOCUMENT
Integrating Samba file sharingfrom Linux and Unix serverswith Likewise Enterprise.
Replacing the authenticationbackend and native Samba 3idmapper with that provided byLikewise Enterprise.
Abstract
This document describes how to integrate Samba file sharing from Linuxand Unix servers with Likewise Enterprise, so that these shares providecontrolled access for Windows clients that are authenticated by ActiveDirectory. The guide also discusses the configuration of home directoriesand roaming profiles.The Samba 3 integration guide is intended to provide the systemadministrator with deployment guidance when integrating Samba 3 withLikewise Enterprise to provide secure, interoperable enterprise solutionsfor Windows file and print sharing on Linux and UNIX operating systems.This guide provides a step-by-step instruction on replacing theauthentication backend and native Samba 3 idmapper with that provided byLikewise Enterprise.
About Likewise Enterprise
By joining Linux, Unix, and Mac computers to Active Directory – a secure,scalable, stable, and proven identity management system – Likewise givesyou the power to manage all your users' identities in one place, use thehighly secure Kerberos 5 protocol to authenticate users in the same way onall your systems, apply granular access controls to sensitive resources,and centrally administer Linux, Unix, Mac, and Windows computers withgroup policies. Likewise includes reporting and auditing capabilities thatcan help improve regulatory compliance. The result: lower operating costs,better security, enhanced compliance.
 
 
Copyright
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2008 Likewise Software. All rights reserved.
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Product Documentation
Likewise: Samba 3 Integration Guide
The information contained in this document represents the current view of LikewiseSoftware on the issues discussed as of the date of publication. Because LikewiseSoftware must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be acommitment on the part of Likewise, and Likewise Software cannot guarantee theaccuracy of any information presented after the date of publication.These documents are for informational purposes only. LIKEWISE SOFTWARE MAKESNO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.Complying with all applicable copyright laws is the responsibility of the user. Withoutlimiting the rights under copyright, no part of this document may be reproduced, stored in,or introduced into a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, by any means(electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise), or for any purpose,without the express written permission of Likewise Software.Likewise may have patents, patent applications, trademarks, copyrights, or otherintellectual property rights covering subject matter in this document. Except as expresslyprovided in any written license agreement from Likewise, the furnishing of this documentdoes not give you any license to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or otherintellectual property. © 2008 Likewise Software. All rights reserved.Likewise and the Likewise logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks ofLikewise Software in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks areproperty of their respective owners.Likewise Software15395 SE 30th Place, Suite #140Bellevue, WA 98007USA
 
 
Copyright
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2008 Likewise Software. All rights reserved.
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Product Documentation
Likewise: Samba 3 Integration Guide
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION............................................................................4
 
Key Benefits of Combining Samba and Likewise Enterprise.........................4
 
Consolidation of User Account Management...................................................4
 
Simplified Installation and Configuration...........................................................4
 
Increased security.............................................................................................4
 
SID-TO-UID MAPPING IN AD.......................................................5
 
SIMPLE FILE SHARING................................................................5
 
Setup....................................................................................................................5
 
Assumptions......................................................................................................5
 
Verification........................................................................................................7
 
SAMBA SUPPORT FOR AD INTEGRATION................................8
 
How to I determine if your version of Samba supports Active Directoryintegration?.........................................................................................................8
 
Samba Resources...............................................................................................8
 
TROUBLESHOOTING FAQ..........................................................8
 

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