Setup SysVol Replication Across Two Samba4 AD DC with Rsync – Part 6

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5 Responses

  1. Tom says:

    I tried to do this on our Zentyal servers but i get of permission errors when trying to use rsync

  2. bblue says:

    Is this step really necessary? I tried taking my first DC offline, and I can still see the GPOs in the second…

  3. Iulian Murgulet says:

    In my oppinion you also need this:

    systemctl disable systemd-timesyncd.service

    – and insert in /etc/apparmor/init/network-interface-security/usr.sbin.ntpd, this line(bellow the samba comment):

    /var/lib/samba/ntp_signd/socket rw,
    – then reboot the server

  4. Michael St. John says:

    This is an excellent how-to series, I followed along and every single step work out as described. This is really hard to find especially with such a complex issue. Keep doing the great work and I am looking forward to future articles from you.

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