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samba domain controller with passwd backend 389 directory server

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Dear Experts:

Iam planning to implement samba domain controller with fds/389 directory server as a password backend. As we have around 25 mobile users working in a marketing department who uses laptops now iam confused how and what type of configuration to be done so that these laptop users have an access to their required resources/shares on the server as these users will visit the office one to few hours on daily basis some times will visit the office once in a week or so. Request you to please suggest me a configuration to handle this. thanks in advance.
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I guess the laptops are windows? If so you should be able to join the PCs to the domain and the users login as a domain account. when they're offline they will login to their PC using the same account on cached credentials.
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Sir, thanks for the reply. laptops are of windows 7 ultimate and few windows professional will this allow to login offline when are not in the LAN using same account on cached credentials. Please suggest. Thanks .
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yes, they will need to login to the domain account while on the network, and then they can use the cached credentials after that. it's a function of windows, should not matter that the domain is samba.
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Thank you very much
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Sir , finally one doubt if the desktop or laptop is of is linux flavour like ubuntu desktop please suggest me in this cases as i got to know very few marketing department uses ubuntu desktop on their laptops, please suggest me thanks in advance.
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linux you may have trouble...if you're using ldap to login to a Windows domain from linux, or if you're using NIS, I don't think either support cached credentials. maybe winbindd, I'm not sure.

local linux account might be the only option there
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