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Authenticating Debian Server, Kubuntu, and Windows XP With Active Directory Authenticating Debian & Samba to Active Directory
 
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 We were tasked with creating an Active Directory domain with Windows Server 2003 and then having a mixed environment all authenticating into the same user domain. The mix of opperating systems that were used in this project were Debian, Kubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn), Samba running on Debian Server and Windows XP. The project consisted of setting up a Windows 2003 Server with Active Directorty and Samba so that the Linux Cients could authenticate into the same domain. We also had one Windows XP client that authenticated into the shard domain as well.    This walkthrough is designed to give instructions for configuring Linux servers/clients to authenticate to Active Directory. The purpose is to join a Linux samba server and a Linux client to an existing AD structure. The samba connects seamlessly for Windows and Linux users alike. The walkthrough is broken into two sections and is available in via the links below.
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 We ran Samba on Debian Server and had shared directories set up that all clients could view. We used PAM for the Linux clients to allow them to connect and authenticate with a mixed doamin. The following Wiki will detail what was used and done to make this project a reality. Linux Client Configuration
Linux Samba Configuration

Authenticating Debian & Samba to Active Directory

  • This walkthrough is designed to give instructions for configuring Linux servers/clients to authenticate to Active Directory. The purpose is to join a Linux samba server and a Linux client to an existing AD structure. The samba connects seamlessly for Windows and Linux users alike. The walkthrough is broken into two sections and is available in via the links below.

Linux Client Configuration Linux Samba Configuration