The new Ubuntu Server 13.10 brought the new-old (recent is 4.1.0 from samba.org) stable version of samba 4 (4.0.3) in official Ubuntu repository. Installation after few standard steps, and a corrections in definition of the BIND server goes well.
According this tutorial:
I configured an LDAP authentication, based on simple bind method.
First what I tried to do after configuration is to login as a DC user into Ubuntu server. It goes well. However, I cannot run from this user a sudo commands. E.g., When I type the sudo su –
I am always getting error by which user are not in the list of the sudoers.
The user is a member of the Domain Admins active directory (DOT.LAN) group. After documentation researching I found possible solution. The main idea is to add by /etc/sudoers
Still the user cannot get the sudo rights on the Samba4 server…Code:# Members of the admin group may gain root privileges %dot\\domain^admins ALL=(ALL) ALL
Why? How can I solve it? Any ideas or suggestions?