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Fedora Core 3 and Active Directory
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Thread: Fedora Core 3 and Active Directory

  1. #1

    Fedora Core 3 and Active Directory

    Hello,

    Has anyone been able to integrate FC3 with AD. I want to log on my box using the username and password from AD.

    I'm able to list the users and groups of AD with getent and wbinfo. I also am able to use kinit login@MY.REALM successfuly.

    But I'm unable to successifully log in.

    When I issue a wbinfo -t, I get the folowing error:
    error code was (0x0)
    Could not check secret

    Can someone point me some how to or instructions to get this working. I tried to configure pam to authenticate both with winbind or kerberos without luck!

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    Have you tried getting samba working? I think that may be a step in the right direction. though i'm no where near as proficient in AD as I need to be.

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