linux server connect to windows active directory problems

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Hi i have Linux server and i join it with windows client i can see my linux domain in active directory but i can only see 50 users in each OU But i have more users but i cant see more than 50 users in each OU any body can help me

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linux and windows 2003 server

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It would all depend on how you’re domains are setup and how you’re joining. If you’re trying to sync an external OpenLDAP store with Active Directory you’re going to have issues right off the bat. If you’re using LDAP client on your Linux box to join to AD you’ll have to make sure you’ve extended your AD schema to support the GID/UID attributes. Winbind however will see the entire AD DB.

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  • Sonotsky
    How are you seeing the members of the OU? AD Users & Computers, or via a Samba utility (presuming you've used Samba to join the domain)? If the latter, perhaps you have your idmap parameters in smb.conf set to too narrow of a range...? Just a guess.
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