Domain Server

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Re: Domain Server

Post by amenadiel » Fri Feb 14, 2014 9:14 am

Just in case it help someone.

I noticed the init script was failing on

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 if [ `/sbin/getcfg Samba Enable -u -d TRUE` = FALSE ]
            echo "Starting SMB Services: disabled."
            exit 0

so I went back to the console and typed

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# /sbin/setcfg Samba Enable TRUE

and that was it. Afterwards I could restart SMB just as normal.

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Re: Domain Server

Post by Q_Lover69 » Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:09 am

Have you finished the Web browser for this app as yet?

Its a very good app and I would like to manage the PDC via the web gui.

Also, have you test this on Windows 8/8.1?
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Re: Domain Server

Post by Eraser-EMC2- » Wed Dec 03, 2014 12:49 pm

No, i stopped the development of the qpkg
because the AD domain controler based on SAMBA 4 is for many NAS availabe now
and my point of interest has changed.
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Re: Domain Server

Post by Jonathan.Meintjes » Tue Mar 14, 2017 5:44 pm

Hello all,

Guys and Gals i really would appreciate some assistance with my QNAP 431 and setting it up as a Domain Controller. I Have gone through the Manuals way of setting it up
But my seemingly my one server cannot find it. My laptop cannot seem to be added. if someone could guide me through the set up of my NAS as a Domain Controller
and perhaps help aswell with getting my devices to join the Domain id be really grateful. thanks all and if there is any questions i dont mind replying right away .

Best Regards
Jonathan Meintjes

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