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From: Alberto Moreno on 14 Jun 2010 17:40
I would like to know if this is possible.
Working with windows is easy to login, automatically add the user
home folder and shares, easy.
I would like to know, is this behavior could be setup in a Linux
Desktop, I would like to setup this with Centos+Ubuntu desktops.
Both machines running Desktop software, cannot authenticated against
LDAP, I already setup ldap clients on both machines, by ssh I can
access using my LDAP credentials, the LDAP servers is my PDC running
samba+ldap and works.
But wet I try to login with some user from LDAP to Desktop session it
won't accept my user, I even setup inside each Gnome session the ldap
Could linux emulate a windows session? I have been googling but still
don't find the answer, thanks!!!
LIving the dream...
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