I have a linux redhat box with SAMBA running on it to authenticate a file share folder on the box to Windows users. Now, I don't have much access to this machine, nor do I have any "worth a crap" linux knowledge however I need to somehow achieve the following;
-Query a remote LDAP server to authenticate
-Still keep the current share authentication settings.
Basically SAMBA is querying another domain's list of users and allowing them access to a shared folder, I have a group of people who need access to the same folder to cooperatively work with each other but the catch is their authentication server is LDAP;
There could be 50 people in that directory and I need to keep the domain users and the new LDAP users authenticated to the same folder so they can all happily Map Network Drives on Windows.
Is there a way to add remote LDAP authentication to a shared folder on SAMBA?