Non-trusted domain user causes mkpasswd and mkgroup to fail
Long, Phillip GOSS
Tue Jul 10 22:31:00 GMT 2007
Matt Seitz (matseitz) wrote:
>"Long, Phillip GOSS" <Phillip.Long@gossinternational.com> wrote in
>>Maybe if U map a drive to a share on a machine in the neopath domain
>>using a neopath domain account, the security token your process gets
>When I first ran into this, I had already used Windows Explorer to
>drive letter to a file server in the non-trusted domain. However,
>"mkpasswd" did not use that existing SMB session. Instead it was
I did a little poking around in old '.bash_history' files, and if
what I found combined with my memory (always questionable!) is
accurate, what I did was to use 'runas' in a CMD window to log on as
the user in the other (untrusted, IIRC) domain and run 'mkpasswd'
and 'mkgroup' from there, with the output re-directed to a temporary
file. The accounts from there can then be added to /etc/passwd and
/etc/group. It's not much, but HTH!
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