Sistemas Operacionais de Redes Samba como PDC Prof. Carlos Melo
smb.conf for being a PDC[global]passdb backend = tdbsamos level = 33preferred master = autodomain master = yeslocal master = yessecurity = userdomain logons = yes...
passdb backend1. This contains all the user and group account information. Acceptable values for a PDC are: smbpasswd, tdbsam, and ldapsam. The “guest” entry provides default accounts and is included by default; there is no need to add it explicitly.2. Where use of BDCs is intended, the only logical choice is to use LDAP so the passdb backend can be distributed. The tdbsam and smbpasswd files cannot effectively be distributed and therefore should not be used.
Domain Control Parameters1. The parameters os level, preferred master, domain master, security, encrypt passwords, and domain logons play a central role in assuring domain control and network logon support.2. The os level must be set at or above a value of 32. A domain controller must be the DMB, must be set in user mode security, must support Microsoft-compatible encrypted passwords, and must provide the network logon service (domain logons). Encrypted passwords must be enabled. For more details on how to do this, refer to Account Information Databases.