No just one LDAP directory work great for the Windows and Linux Client.
thanks for that answere. Found some howtos around telling me the same,
but seems like i anyways need to store two hashes. Who cares. Anyways
thats a good reason to start off :-))
I must admit that I don't success password change if your Samba+LDAP
server use 'sambaPwdMustChange' attribute. Otherwise a simple script can
change password for Linux client on LDAP.
2. I know that windows users can change there password on the windows
terminalserver. But how do the linux users do?
In this howto  i read about an howto to change passwords from linux.
But if i store two password hashes (MD4 for NT, MD5 for Windows) - how
do i take care that both changes reflect on both hashes?
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