Authenticating Samba Shares against AD
I have been managing unix web servers for a long time now, however I'm deploying a Baccalaureate Portfolio web app I've developed for us into the network. Im running it on a Ubuntu 11.10 server, and I'm having problems with the Samba shares (first time I've used samba)..
Ive set up a simple share in samba.conf
I need to somehow configure this on a AD OU basis, so the students have no access to this share, but the admin and SMT OUs do. I have absolutely no idea how to go about doing this, and all my googling turned up zilch. I tried binding Samba to AD in Webmin but that just spat its dummy out at me.
comment = Bacc Admin Access
path = /baccdata
browsable = yes
guest ok = yes
read only = no
create mask = 0755
If anyone has any pointers, or even links to an article that will give me some sort of idea what I'm doing that would be greatly appreciatedn- again linux isn't anything new to me, so if I have a small clue what to do I should be able to figure the rest out for myself!