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NAME

       smbldap-usermod - Modify a user account

SYNOPSIS

       smbldap-usermod [-a] [-c comment] [-d home_dir] [-e expiration_date]
       [-g initial_group] [-l login_name] [-p passwd] [-s shell] [-u uid [
       -o]] [-x] [-A canchange] [-B mustchange] [-C smbhome] [-D homedrive]
       [-E scriptpath] [-F profilepath] [-G group[,...]] [-H acctflags] [-N
       canonical_name] [-S surname] [-P] login

DESCRIPTION

       The  smbldap-usermod  command  modifies the system account files to
       reflect the changes that are specified on the  command  line. The
       options  which apply to the usermod command are

       -a
        Add the sambaSAMAccount objectclass to the specified user account.
       This allow the user to become a samba user.

       -c comment
        The new value of the user’s comment field (gecos).

       -d home_dir
        The user’s new login directory.

       -e expiration_date
        Set the expiration date for the user account. This only affect samba
       account. The date must be in the following format : YYYY-MM-DD
       HH:MM:SS. This option call the external ’date’ command to set calculate
       the number of seconds from Junary 1 1970 to the specified date.

       -g initial_group
        The group name or number of the user’s new initial login  group. The
       group  name  must  exist.   A group number must refer to an already
       existing group.  The default group number is 1.

       -G group,[...]
        A list of supplementary groups which the user is also  a  member of.
       Each  group is separated from the next by a comma, with no intervening
       whitespace.  The groups  are  subject  to  the  same restrictions as
       the group given with the -g option.  If the user is currently a member
       of a group which is not listed,  the  user will be removed from the
       group

       -l login_name
        The  name  of the user will be changed from login to login_name.
       Nothing else is changed.  In particular, the user’s home  directory
       name  should  probably be changed to reflect the new login name.

       -s shell
        The name of the user’s new login shell.  Setting this  field  to blank
       causes the system to select the default login shell.

       -u uid
        The  numerical  value  of  the  user’s  ID.   This value must be
       unique, unless the -o option is used.  The value  must  be  non
       negative.  Any files which the user owns  and  which  are located  in
       the directory tree rooted at the user’s home directory will have the
       file user ID  changed  automatically.   Files outside of the user’s
       home directory must be altered manually.

       -r new_user
        Allow to rename a user. This option will update the cn, sn and dn
       attribute for the user. You can
        also update others attributes using the corresponding script options.

       -x
        Creates rid and primaryGroupID in hex instead of decimal (for Samba
       2.2.2 unpatched only - higher versions always use decimal)

       -A
        can change password ? 0 if no, 1 if yes

       -B
        must change password ? 0 if no, 1 if yes

       -C
        sambaHomePath (SMB home share, like ’\\\\PDC-SRV\\homes’)

       -D
        sambaHomeDrive (letter associated with home share, like ’H:’)

       -E
        sambaLogonScript, relative to the [netlogon] share (DOS script to
       execute on login, like ’foo.bat’)

       -F
        sambaProfilePath (profile directory, like
       ’\\\\PDC-SRV\\profiles\\foo’)

       -H
        sambaAcctFlags, spaces and trailing bracket are ignored (samba account
       control bits like ’[NDHTUMWSLKI]’)

       -I
        disable user. Can’t be used with -H or -J

       -J
        enable user. Can’t be used with -H or -I

       -N
        set the canonical name (attribut cn)

       -S
        Set the surname

       -P
        End by invoking smbldap-passwd to change the user password (both unix
       and samba passwords)

SEE ALSO

              usermod(1)