Samba 4.1 as Active Directory configuration guide

  I have written one more article with the steps to configure FreeIPA server and client which can also act as an alternate to Microsoft Active Directory. And since FreeIPA is a GUI based, it can be

Changing password for Administrator in Samba4

Now when you have a successful running Samba4 domain server, you might come across a time when you will have to change the Administrator password. Let me show you the steps to do the same:

Configure NTP server for Samba4

Samba4 works smoothly without NTP so this becomes an optional case if you want to configure it but again if you ask me I will ask you to take it as a priority because there

Samba4 related commands

If you are using samba4 then you might notice that the samba3 commands would not work with samba4 as you are manually compiling your machine with samba4 package so the commands will vary.  Here I

Create Roaming Profiles in Samba4

A roaming profile is a feature of Domain server which allows users to access their personal data on any computer which is joined under the same domain on the same network. So basically the users

Samba 4 as Active Directory configuration guide

What is Samba4 meant to accomplish? In simplest terms, Samba4 is an ambitious, yet achievable, reworking of the Samba code. Major features for Samba4 already include: Support for the 'Active Directory' logon and administration protocols