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Old 17th March 2010, 14:51
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Question Samba: wbinfo -g doesn't return domain local groups

Hello,

I have some problems with my integration with AD.
I've several domains, i.e. MYDOMAIN.COM, ONE.MYDOMAIN.COM, TWO.MYDOMAIN.COM etc.

I have joined my server (running Samba 3.0.33, I've setup winbind and kerberos) to MYDOMAIN.COM, and the problem I'm having is that Domain Local groups on for example ONE.MYDOMAIN.COM doesn't show up through wbinfo -g, neither can I set acl permissions on files/directories for those groups. Universal AD groups are being seen by wbinfo -g! I can see users (with wbinfo -u) from all domains.

Anyone got a solution for this one?

BRs,
James
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