Integrate Ubuntu System in Zentyal PDC (Primary Domain Controller) – Part 5

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5 Responses

  1. Pankaj Gupta says:


    I have done for Ubuntu as well, domain user can login over the Ubuntu machine.

    Is there any way to apply GPO on Ubuntu Machine ? ANY WAY???

    am not going to use lots of gpo for Ubuntu, I have only need for Desktop Infra, I want to be set static wallpaper of all Ubuntu machine. How it is possible ? I just do lot of afford over google but not getting any affordable solution, it’s a big challenge for me.

    It will be really appreciating for help.


  2. Sidharth says:

    is there any options in zentyal firewall 4.0 that i can authenticat active directory users in zentyal openVPN.
    pl. reply
    Thank you.

  3. Marc Ozin says:

    Brilliant tutorial. Very easy to follow. Worked perfectly on my Mint 16 laptop.
    One quick suggestion as a replacement for step 20:

    instead of entering details of a specific user in sudoers, why not specify the AD Domain Admins group instead by adding this line:

    # Allow AD Domain Admins full access to commands
    %domain^admins ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL

  4. Matei Cezar says:

    Use the following tutorial for Ubuntu 14.04:

  5. Ivo Smelhaus says:

    Thanks for a nice how-to and let me ask a question about your suggestion “what next”, now in 14.04. I have used Likewise as well and it worked perfect. But with new release of Ubuntu and deleting Likewise from repository is now the question which way to choose. Install manually the old Likewise 6, install manually newer version like Pbis 8, configure manually winbind and pam or something different like Sadms. Nothing of them is so smooth as Likewise installed from repository was. Do you have some experience? Any suggestion?

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