I'm doing zfs configuration testing, and I'm trying to join a server to our AD domain. So far as I can tell I have successfully joined the domain with SAMBA 3.6. I can query for users and groups. However when I try to assign a domain group to a folder permissions I get "illegal group name"
Also worth noting is that I'm using IDMAP_RID to ensure that GIDs and UIDs are made consistently, but this is my first time implementing it so I'm green behind the ears, same for most of the rest of this.
I'm doing this on a FreeBSD 9.0 release box btw, that is connecting to an Active Directory 2003 domain.
The command I try is:
chown root:"DOMAIN\group" folder
The group has no spaces in it. For the groups that do, how should I format that?
Anyways, I'm not having any luck searching for what I've done wrong, so if someone could help that would be great.
group: files winbind group_compat: nis hosts: files dns networks: files passwd: files winbind passwd_compat: nis shadow: files winbind shells: files services: compat services_compat: nis protocols: files rpc: files
workgroup = DOMAIN netbios name = hostname realm = DOMAIN.LOCAL server string = hostname security = ADS allow trusted domains = No idmap backend = idmap_rid:KPAK=100000-999999 idmap uid = 100000-999999 idmap gid = 100000-999999 template shell = /bin/bash winbind use default domain = Yes winbind enum users = No winbind enum groups = No winbind nested groups = Yes printer admin = "Domain Admins" create mask = 2770 directory mask = 2770 read only = no log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m log level = 2 winbind:3 hosts allow = internal ip ranges incl vpn ip's dns proxy = no