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« on: Friday 21 April 2006, 09:11:08 am »

When joining Endian to a domain, specifically a Linux PDC, I couldn't get it working because it only asks for the Password in the GUI, and I need to specify the Username.

You can do this via the Command line by executing the following command.

net rpc join -w DOMAIN -U USERNAME

To see if it's got a list of users, you can use the following command.

net rpc info

This should show you something like.

Domain Name: STUDENT
Domain SID: S-x-x-xx-xxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxx
Sequence number: xxxxxxxxx
Num users: 616
Num domain groups: 10
Num local groups: 0

Then go back to testing to see if it Authenticates.

Hopefully this helps, as I couldn't join it to the domain via the GUI, but this worked for me.
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« Reply #1 on: Saturday 22 April 2006, 03:11:19 am »


Any ideas how to get Endian talking to Windows via the proxy server to allow only logged on users to the Windows domain access to the internet?

Any help would be appreciated...

« Reply #2 on: Saturday 22 April 2006, 09:10:39 am »

Not sure, you can turn on Integrated Windows Authentication, which just users the name/password who logged onto the computer.

If that isn't available it asks for it.

Not sure if you can, maybe use groups to control access, or enable the username allow/block list to just put in who isn't allowed.
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