Difference between revisions of "ADWS / AD Powershell compatibility"

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This proof of concept was built to prove the understanding of the protocol, and was tested with  
 
This proof of concept was built to prove the understanding of the protocol, and was tested with  
 
  AD-GetComputer  
 
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it is likely that other read interfaces also work.
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it is likely that other <code>AD-Get</code> interfaces also work.
  
 
It has not been reviewed for security and directly accesses the Samba AD database in <code>sam.ldb</code>
 
It has not been reviewed for security and directly accesses the Samba AD database in <code>sam.ldb</code>

Latest revision as of 01:31, 13 April 2021

Samba does not support many of the AD PowerShell commands that manipulate AD objects, as these are backed by Active Directory Web Services on a Windows DC.

There are quite a few useful things Powershell can do and do simpler than earlier approaches with VBScript.

So it would be useful if Samba provided this interface.

Thankfully a prototype project has been built by Catalyst's Samba Team.

This proof of concept was built to prove the understanding of the protocol, and was tested with

AD-GetComputer 

it is likely that other AD-Get interfaces also work.

It has not been reviewed for security and directly accesses the Samba AD database in sam.ldb