Is this combination possible?
Server: Git on Linux
Authentication: Windows domain credentials
Transport protocol: SSH
If yes how would this be accomplished?
I have windows 2003 server loaded in my windows server as an operating system.I have also wfilter working as a domain controllerfor.Wfilter is monitoring the clients logged into the domain.The problem is Wfilter is not been able to recognize the linux clients.It is also not being able to do NET BIOS scan of the linux clients as a result these linux clients are not been monitored and therefore
I have a Windows 2012 NFS server setup to use my AD domain as an authentication source. My domain is ad.example.com with a NetBIOS name of AD. My linux machines have idmapd configured to use ad.example.com as the domain. When I try and ls my folders I get all the user and groups returning as nobody. I tracked it down and I realized that the Windows NFS Server is sending the domain as AD.
I've tried to figure it out for several months, with no success. I have a Windows 2008R2 domain, and one Linux server (first it was Fedora 15, then 16, and now it's Centos 6.2). I am trying to make it member of the domain to the extent possible. Ideally, I would like to login and get authenticated against domain (say, login 'DOMAIN+john').
I have a Windows Server 2008R2 Active Directory and Exchange 2010 server (client access, hub transport and mailbox roles) in a primarily Linux server environment. A Linux server running BIND9 is master for all zones, including AD specific ones, with updates allowed from the Windows server (and from a separate Linux DHCP server).
This is me trying to understand something rather than a real problem.
I have a new Windows Server 2012 Essentials. That server provides, DNS, DHCP etc. Lets say my Windows domain is my-windows-domain and the server's host name is my-server. The domain's DNS zone is my-windows-domain.local.