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Re: Suggestion for 2 domains samba+ldap and Windows AD

On Sun, Jul 19, 2009 at 9:49 AM, Buchan Milne<bgmilne@staff.telkomsa.net> wrote:
> On Monday 13 July 2009 19:13:15 Alberto Moreno wrote:
>>  Hi people.
>>   I want to know if this is possible.
>>   I have right now 3 domains in my network.
>>   Dom A = Samba 3.0.33 Gentoo + LDAP. This serve to a domain of 10
>> users at location 1.
>>   Dom B = Windows 2003 AD serving 8 users at location 2.
>>   Dom C = WinNT + samba as client serving most of the users(35) at location
>> 2.
>>   As u can see, the NT is the most busy, I need to remove that
>> domain, is in the same location as "Dom B", my path is to move all the
>> users from "Dom C" to "Dom B" most of the machines are windows boxes.
>> This is easy, the only issue I was having before is my 2 samba boxes,
>> I could not make possible to be part of the "Dom B", but last week I
>> made that possible, them I can make this move.
>>   Well, the main reason of this email is because, after I remove the
>> NT server, at location 2 I would just have a Window 2k3 AD domain
>> working, on the other site (location 1)  I would have a domain running
>> samba+ldap working.
>>   Right now, if I'm at location 1 I cannot see location 2 the "Dom
>> B"(Win 2k3), the same thing happen at location 2.
>>   There is a way to make this possible, can  a domain with samba+ldap
>> see a domain with win 2k3? Is possible to share users?
>>   I was think to setup another server at location 2 with samba+ldap
>> and sync users but I still have the users of the win 2k3 domain...?
>>   Hope to be clear, if someone have some experience here at will
>> appreciated, thanks for your time!!!
> This question has very little to do with LDAP, as whether the accounts are in
> ldapsam or tdb or smbpasswd makes very little difference.
> You can create inter-domain trusts between the two remaining domains, which
> will allow users from one domain to access services in the other domain.
> Please see the samba documentation on inter-domain trusts.
> Regards,
> Buchan

  Thanks  Buchan for your help!!!

LIving the dream...