Integration of Linux server to Active Directory domain using winbind and idmap method rid #2.

(shorter video tutorial version)

First thing in this video tutorial we will install winbind related packages:
krb5-workstation
samba
samba-client
samba-winbind
samba-winbind-clients
oddjob-mkhomedir

After successful winbind installation we will configure winbind configuration files:
/etc/krb5.conf
/etc/nsswitch.conf
/etc/samba/smb.conf
/etc/pam.d/system-auth-ac
/etc/pam.d/password-auth-ac

Once winbind will be installed and configured we will start winbind services and enable them to start during system boot. Related winbind services are:
nmb
smb
winbindd
oddjobd

We will also configure ntp server.

After all winbind related services will be configured we will join to Active Directory domain and configure firewalld and selinux for samba service and samba shares.

At the end of this tutorial we will test authentication of Active Directory users and also samba users authentication and functionality of samba shares.

Config files:

krb5.conf
nsswitch.conf
smb.conf
system-auth-ac
password-auth-ac

Related Video Tutorials:

Integration of Linux servers to Windows Active Directory domain.

Installation of Active Directory Domain Services and setup of Active Directory domain.

Installation of Identity Management for Unix, setup of testing Active Directory users and groups and configuration of Unix attributes tab.

Setup of Windows 10 desktop as Active Directory domain member. Joining Windows 10 to Active Directory domain.

Integration of Linux server to Active Directory domain using winbind and idmap method rid #1 (longer video tutorial version).

Integration of Linux server to Active Directory domain using winbind and idmap method rid #2 (shorter video tutorial version).

Winbind – useful commands.