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SMBLDAP-POPULATE

SMBLDAP-POPULATE

Section: User Contributed Perl Documentation (8) Updated: 2009-11-07
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NAME

smbldap-populate - Populate your LDAP database  

SYNOPSIS

smbldap-populate [ldif-file]  

DESCRIPTION

The smbldap-populate command helps to populate an LDAP server by adding the necessary entries : base suffix (doesn't abort if already there), organizational units for users, groups and computers, builtin users : Administrator and guest, builtin groups (though posixAccount only, no SambaTNG support).

-a name Your local administrator login name (default: Administrator)

-b name Your local guest login name (default: nobody)

-e file export an ldif file

-i file import an ldif file (Options -a and -b will be ignored)  

FILES

/etc/smbldap-tools/smbldap.conf : main configuration /etc/smbldap-tools/smbldap_bind.conf : credentials for binding to the directory  

SEE ALSO

smb.conf(5)


 

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