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CentOS 6, CUPS. I've been able to log in with my user account to the web admin CUPS login, but I can't work out how to log in with a domain user account (on the command line, it's domain\user). Does anyone have a suggestion about how I could make this work?

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Add domain_users to the SystemGroup in /etc/cups/cups-files.conf:

SystemGroup domain_users lpdmin

I had an issue that the second group has to enter a password. No idea how to solve this.

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As fr the login, how would I do it via the web interface? domain\user for the username? – Ben Dauphinee May 27 '13 at 16:41
I think you have to allow domain users as described above. Afterwards you should be able to login without passwords. If you try to connect from a remote host you have to allow the host in cupsd.conf (see – user94344 Jun 5 '13 at 17:09
You can find an short how to set up remote access to cups web interface here:… – user94344 Jun 5 '13 at 17:12

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