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Old 27th June 2008, 01:45
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Originally Posted by jcdole View Post
Hello,

I am trying to modify smbldap-populate for filling people user in the people ou field, and computers in the computer ou field.

I want this organization :

people user in : "ou=people,ou=user,dc=ldap_srv,dc=net"
computer user in : "ou=computers,ou=user,dc=ldap_srv,dc=net"
i dont think you can put a single object into multiple ou, if it is possible you should leave it alone until you get more comfortable with ldap. try instead

computers in: "ou=computers,dc=ldap-srv,dc=net"
users in: "ou=People,dc=ldap-srv,dc=net"

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Which relationships (IF ANY IS MANDATORY) is there between LDAP definitions in smb.conf

ldap suffix = dc=ldap_srv,dc=net
ldap machine suffix = ou=??????????????????????
ldap user suffix = ou=???????????????????????
ldap group suffix = ou=Groups
ldap domain suffix = ou=Domains
they are all required for your setup to work, use
ldap user suffix = ou=Users
ldap machine suffix = ou=Computers

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and LDAP definitions in smbldap.conf
# LDAP Suffix
suffix="dc=ldap_srv,dc=net"

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Thank you for any help.
they are all required for the setup to work. if your smb.conf is setup correctly (execute # testparm to find out) you can use /usr/share/doc/smbldap-tools-0.9.4/configure.pl to configure you smbldap_bind and smbldap.conf for you automatically. just enter the password for you ldap server when the script asks you