I see both.

The thing is that the machine is properly created, but the Samba parts
doesn't appear. Is like if smbldap-adduser worked only "partially" :S

2008/4/2, Quinn Fissler :
> samba uses nss_ldap for the check during the add - ie it uses smbldap to add
> and then uses nssldap to check the account was created.
>
> The problem arises if the nssldap isn't configured properly.
>
> if you do
> getent passwd
> on the samba host, does it work? do you see ldap users or only local
> (/etc/passwd)?
>
> /etc/ldap.conf or /etc/openldap/ldap.conf is the culprit
>
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> On 02/04/2008, John Drescher wrote:
> >
> > On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 12:03 PM, Hector Blanco

> wrote:
> > > No? Then how do you say we must do? Because I also tried to do that
> > > from Windows, and it doesn't work... I mean... right click on my pc
> > > and "add machine to domain"... and still doesn't work :S
> > >

> > I had this in the past. At one point I think I fixed it but I found
> > the easiest way around this (that always works) is to use LAM (or some
> > other tool to create the required stuff in ldap directly).
> >
> > http://lam.sourceforge.net/
> >
> > John
> >
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