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General Support / Re: windows 8.1 pro users unable to sign in to DC
« Last post by jbahillo on April 23, 2014, 08:11:32 pm »
The same applies to you.
Samba3= NT domain
Samba 4= ad actually 2003 domain onwards

With zentyal does not use domains I implied from 3.0 zentyal does not use my domains. Zentyal 2.2 uses Samba3 and thus my domain, but we are here speaking of zentyal 3.4so no my domain here
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Spanish / cómo ocultar unidad de disco a usuario de dominio
« Last post by pepeluis76 on April 23, 2014, 07:54:18 pm »
Hola a todos, he creado con zentyal 3.4 un dominio y luego he añadido los usuarios al dominio.
Todo funciona bien (aunque tuve que sincronizar por internet la hora de algunos equipos que no entraban al dominio, ya lo solucioné jeje  ;) )

El problema que tengo ahora es que quiero ocultar la unidad d (partición de backup) a los usuarios del dominio
Con el comando gpedit.msc lo puedo hacer en local, pero me gustaría hacerlo con un script o directiva de seguridad de Zentyal.

¿Alguien me puede ayudar? Gracias de antemano por la respuesta
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General Support / Re: OpenChange on HTTPs
« Last post by obimichael on April 23, 2014, 07:41:14 pm »
I'm having the same problem, reading through this post I have a question. How do you enable the option HTTPS in the openchange section, I don't even see this option.

Also my situation may be different than SilkBC, I get the HTTPS login page, but after logging in I get;

https://hostname.domain-name.local/sogo/so/username

You can change the /usr/share/zentyal/stubs/sogo/zentyal-sogo.mas file with the external hostname, as described above, and it will work.
Michael
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General Support / Re: Server sizing for AD replacement
« Last post by blason on April 23, 2014, 06:55:38 pm »
Sounds great!! And thanks for the detailed info.

Well I am planning to migrate AD which is on 2008R2 to Zentyal but currently unaware of the steps since I have around 50-60 users using Windows AD. And would like to migrate their profiles to new domain would be an task.

I just saw a Vid on youtube about migrating AD to zentyal using ad-migrate script and changing the operation master role. but still I am not clear what impact it may cause at end user end.

Also, does zentyal work well with 2008R2 as an ADC?

And roughly the steps would be

    • Create ADC
      Sync up with AD
      run ad-migrate query?

Thats it?
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General Support / /SOGo only available on internal company.lan address
« Last post by heupink on April 23, 2014, 06:54:55 pm »
Hi all,

This is my first deployment of zentyal, and so far I'm very impressed with the product. Looking forward to version 3.5, with native active directory etc. Thanks for making this available also as a community version!

Anyway, my question: I am running 3.4 with the /SOGo mail web access, and the /SOGo url only seems to work on the internal address company.lan. I have also defined a zone company.nl, on which the admin site works, but NOT the /SOGo ("page not found")

Is this expected and by design?
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Installation and Configuration / Installing a new SSL Certificate
« Last post by rmcfarlane on April 23, 2014, 06:42:47 pm »
i looked over the forums and I can't find a answer that works for version 3.4. I just bought a SSL cert so I can access the SOGo webmail with the new SSL certificate I just bought. I know I will have to create a directory or overwrite the current SSL file and I know the permissions for the directory and files what do I edit so I can point the webserver to that SSL certificate. Thank guys for your help.
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Spanish / Re: Crear usuarios de manera masiva y perfil obligatorio
« Last post by cuttysark on April 23, 2014, 06:35:31 pm »
Hola:
Gracias por la respuesta.
Estoy harto de buscar y no lo encuentro.
Por favor, ¿puedes decirme en dónde viene?
Un saludo
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Spanish / Re: Crear usuarios de manera masiva y perfil obligatorio
« Last post by hgeorge123 on April 23, 2014, 06:16:08 pm »
En la documentacion hay informacion de como crear usuarios por lote
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General Support / Re: Server sizing for AD replacement
« Last post by Lonniebiz on April 23, 2014, 06:08:20 pm »
Yes, I like that setup.

As long as the windows server is joined to the zentyal-created "AD" domain controller, you'll be able to control permissions of files and folder by simply right-clicking as normal and setting both sharing and ntfs permissions. Any users you've added in the Zentyal web interface will be available for you to associate them with particular files and folders, just as you'd expect if a windows server was doing AD.

I'm actually using Zentyal for a file server too, but I like your set up better due to that issue I had upgrading from Zentual 3.0 to 3.2. Samba 4 was still unsettled at that time, so future upgrades may not break file sharing, but as they say: once bitten twice shy. So, I'd play it safe and use something else for a file server. In my experience, Zentyal is good at domain controllers, firewall, openVPN, DNS, DHCP, web proxy, traffic shaping.

My suggested set up requires 3 servers:
1) Gateway - For this I installed Zentyal onto a lenovo q-190. The computer is dedicated to Firewall, VPN, Web Proxy, Traffic Shaping, port-forwarding, blocking certain websites

2) Domain Controller 1 - I've got this in a virtual machine, so that I can perform a snapshot before performing an upgrade. This way I can restore back in the event of a failed upgrade. You don't want to lose your domain controller no matter what. If you do you'll spend a lot of time rebuilding it and joining workstation to a new domain. This server has 2GB of ram dedicated to it, and it does: AD, DNS, DHCP Pool 1 (192.168.0.10 - 192.168.0.100 for example).

3) Domain Controller 2 - Zentyal's web interface calls this an "additional domain controller". It syncs with the primary domain controller. You can add a user in either one of these domain controllers and go look in the other one and it will already be there. So, it works well. You want to have a 2nd one in case you have to take the primary down for some reason. You can set your dhcp service so that each workstation is informed that it has two choices for domain controllers. This way, if one goes down, users can still login to the windows workstations and servers; authentication still gets performed. This server does: AD2, DNS, and DHCP Pool 2 (192.168.0.101 - 192.168.0.190 for example). This second dhcp pool (on this server) ensures workstations will still get issued an IP in case the other server is down.
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