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  1. #1

    Manage Domain Linux


    I am very glad to join this forum.
    I try to manage domain linux redhat 5.5. I Want to know How to know domain users who are loggin in clients of my domain.
    I hope every member help me solve this problems.
    Thanh you
    Last edited by dinh_hungtn; 09-24-2011 at 01:56 AM.

  2. #2
    Can you please tell us what you mean by "manage domain"? What do you mean by "domain users"? What do you mean by "domain"?

    Please provide more details

  3. #3

    Thank you for the Reply

    Thank you for every Reply
    I will give more information about what i want to know:
    - I have a primary domain controller linux which is named DomainLinux.
    - I have a client PC which is named clientPC.
    - I have join ClientPC to DomainLinux.
    - I have a user in DomainLinux ( it's named userdomain) which is used to log on ClientPC.
    - I log on ClientPC by user in DomainLinux( it's named userdomain ).
    - I log on DomainLinuxPC by user root. I open terminal in DomainLinux , so that I want to show the information of userdomain which are the time when userdomain log on ClientPC, and the computer's name which userdomain loges on.

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    Sorry but you are still talking in riddles.

    Can you please tell what exact services are you referring to? Is it apache? OpenLDAP? SSH?

  6. #5
    Thanh for all replies.
    I have used two services are OpenLdap and Samba. Ldap service and Samba service are started.
    I have a samba user is userdomain.
    After i log on ClientPc by domainuser1, I log on domainLinux PC by user root. I open terminal in DomainLinux, so that I want to show the information of userdomain which are the time when userdomain log on ClientPC, and the computer's name which userdomain loges on.

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