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web interface to create real users and samba users in linux

Posted on 2011-03-16
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Dear Experts;

Iam having Linux working as a samba domain controller until now used to  create the real users and samba users and add the created users to the groups manually but iam interested to know is there any web based application which does this job , also i want to delegate this work to system admin but should be restricted to only create the real users , samba users and adding the users to the groups. Please help me in this. Thanks.

forgot to tell that samba server password backend is tdbsam. please help
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To create users and group in Web interface, Webmin is a good choice.

Please follow the URL to see what standard modules and features available in Webmin.

http://www.webmin.com/standard.html


In the webmin you can give access for specific module to your sys admin to achieve your goal.


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