[/b]LaptopDistributor ID: openSUSE
Description: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Windows 2016 Std
LANBoth Device on same lan
nameserver <ip of Windows 2016 Server>
What Am I trying to do?
I am trying to set my laptop up so I can use my domain login, to login to the laptop both when connected to the LAN and when offline (away from the lan) I have been trying to do this using Yast
[li]Open yast2 and navigate to Network Services -> User Logon Management [/li][/ol]
[li]Open “Change Settings” [/li][li]Now, enable “Allow Domain User Logon”, Enable domain data source -> “Users”; “Groups” [/li][li]Open Join Domain[/li][LIST=1]
[li]Insert Domain Name “like domainname.site.org” [/li][li]ID-Provider is Active Directory [/li][li]Auth-Provider is Active Directory [/li][li]Enable Domain [/li][/ol]
[li]In the next panel, activate “Read all entities from backend database” [/li][li]Then, type in your Active Directory Domain controller like “adserver.domainname.site.org”. [/li][li]On the next panel, authenticate with a superuser like “Administrator” who is able to execute a domain join. [/li][li]Finish the domain join [/li][/LIST]
[/b]When I get to the last auth-client screen there is no Workgroup listed
So after clicking on OK, I a message telling me that the domain join failed because the Workgroup name is blank and should be PAEDAVE
[/b]On the auth client screen how do I get the WORKGROUP set, as when i load up the SAMBA screen on the Laptop it does say PAEDAVE.
[/b]When I run from the command linedavid@linux-7u1e:~> sudo net ads join -U Administrator
Enter Administrator’s password:
Using short domain name – PAEDAVE
Joined ‘LINUX-7U1E’ to dns domain ‘paedave.local’
This works as when i run
sudo wbinfo -g
I see my domain groups
How do I do this using yast?
Am I better doing this from the command line? (If so could someone point me to some instructions)