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NAME

       wbinfo - winbind

 SYNOPSIS
       wbinfo  [-a  user%password]  [-c  username]  [-C  groupname]  [--domain
       domain] [-I ip] [-s sid] [-u] [-U uid] [-g] [--get-auth-user] [-G  gid]
       [-m]  [-n  name] [-N netbios-name] [-o user:group] [-O user:group] [-p]
       [-r user] [--set-auth-user user%password] [--sequence]  [-S  sid]  [-t]
       [-x username] [-X groupname] [-Y sid]

 DESCRIPTION
        Samba(7)

       wbinfowinbindd(8)

       winbindd(8)wbinfo

 OPTIONS
       -a username%password
              Attempt  to  authenticate  a user via winbindd. This checks both
              authenticaion methods and reports its results.

       -c user
              Create a local winbind user.

       -C group
              Create a local winbindd group.

       --domain name
              This parameter sets the domain on which any specified operations
              will  performed. If special domain name '.' is used to represent
              the current domain to which winbindd belongs. Currently only the
              --sequence, -u, and -g options honor this parameter.

       -g     winbindd(8)Windows NTwinbindd(8)ID

       --get-auth-user
              Print  username  and  password  used  by winbindd during session
              setup to a domain controller. Username and password can  be  set
              using '-A'. Only available for root.

       -G gid UNIXIDWindows NTSIDGIDidmapGID

       -I ip  The  -I option queries winbindd(8) to send a node status request
              to get the NetBIOS name associated with the IP address specified
              by the ip parameter.

       -m     winbindd(8)Windows NTNT

       -n name
              winbindd(8)SIDwinbindCWDOM1/AdministratorCWDOM1smb.conf(5)workgroup[SID]

       -N name
              The -N option queries winbindd(8) to query the WINS  server  for
              the IP address associated with the NetBIOS name specified by the
              name parameter.

       -o user:group
              Add a  winbindd  local  group  as  a  secondary  group  for  the
              specified winbindd local user.

       -O user:group
              Remove  a  winbindd  local  group  as  a secondary group for the
              specified winbindd local user.

       -p     Check  whether  winbindd  is  still  alive.  Prints  out  either
              'succeeded' or 'failed'.

       -r username
              Try  to  obtain  the  list  of  UNIX group ids to which the user
              belongs.  This  only  works  for  users  defined  on  a   Domain
              Controller.

       -s sid -sSID-nSID, ASCIIS-1-5-21-1455342024-3071081365-2475485837-500

       --set-auth-user username%password
              Store  username  and  password  used  by winbindd during session
              setup to a domain controller. This enables winbindd  to  operate
              in  a  Windows  2000  domain  with  Restrict Anonymous turned on
              (a.k.a. Permissions compatiable with Windows 2000 servers only).

       --sequence
              Show sequence numbers of all known domains

       -S sid SIDUNIXIDSIDwinbindd(8)UNIX

       -t     sambaNT

       -u     winbindd(8)Windows NTwinbindd(8)ID

       -U uid UNIXIDWindows NTSIDUIDwinbindUID

       -x user
              Delete an existing local winbind user.

       -X group
              Delete an existing local winbindd group.

       -Y sid SIDUNIXIDSIDwinbindd(8)UNIX

       -V     Prints the program version number.

       -h|--help
              Print a summary of command line options.

 EXIT STATUS
       wbinfo01winbindd(8)wbinfo

 VERSION
       Samba

 SEE ALSO
       winbindd(8)

 AUTHOR
       sambaAndrew TridgellsambaSamba Team linux

       samba  Karl  Auer   YODL(ftp://ftp.ice.rug.nl/pub/unix)Jeremy   Sllison
       Samba2.0   Gerald   Carter   Samba2.2DocBook  Alexander  Bokovoy  Samba
       3.0DocBook XML4.2

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       meaculpa <meaculpa@21cn.com>

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       2000/12/08

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