Create an Active Directory Infrastructure with Samba4 on Ubuntu – Part 1

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  1. Peter Galgano says:

    Thanks for the excellent Tutorial.

    I was able to get a fully functional test server together on 18.04, and expect we will be making a final build for our production server in the next 60 or so days. We have quite a few years of experience in using Samba 4 to host our domain in a production setting.

    There are a number of areas where the 18.04 build is different from the 16.x build, and a few areas where Samba’s best practices differ. I do have somewhat of a bias to creating a standalone instance of SambaAD to ease install, maintenance and upgrading compared to attempting to have AD services mixed in with other services in an all-in-one server.

    I would be happy to work with the author to document those differences. Please feel free to comment here or DM me, and when I have time to undertake this, I’ll be happy to share my documentation.

    Thanks again

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