Man Linux: Main Page and Category List


       smbldap-usermod - Modify a user account


       smbldap-usermod [-c gecos] [-d home_dir] [-r login_name] [-u uid] [-g
       gid] [-o] [-G group[,...]] [-s shell] [-N first_name] [-S surname] [-P]
       [-M mail[,...]] [-T mail,[..]] [--shadowExpire date/n] [--shadowMax n]
       [--shadowMin n] [--shadowInactive n] [--shadowWarning n] [-L] [-U] [-a]
       [-e expiration_date/n] [--sambaExpire date/n] [-A canchange] [-B
       mustchange] [-C smbhome] [-D homedrive] [-E scriptpath] [-F
       profilepath] [-H acctflags] [-I] [-J] [-h] login


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

   UNIX options
       -c, --gecos gecos
           The new value of the user’s comment field (gecos). (Don’t use this
       to modify displayName or cn. Use -N and -S options combined instead).

       -d, --homedir home_dir
           The user’s new login directory.

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

       -u, --uid 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.

       -o, --canBeNotUnique
           uidNumber can be non unique

       -g, --gid 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 [+-]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, unless the ’+’ or ’-’ caracter is used to add
       or remove groups to inital ones.

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

       -N, --givenName
           set the user’s given name (attribute givenName). Additionally used
       to set the first name in displayName and cn.

       -S, --surname
           Set the user’s surname (attribute sn). Additionally used to set the
       last name in displayName and cn.

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

       -M, --mailAddresses  mail,[...]
           mailAddresses (comma seperated)

       -T, --mailToAddress  mail,[...]
           mailToAddress (forward address) (comma seperated)

       --shadowExpire <YYYY-MM-DD/n>
           Set the expiration date for the user password. This only affect
       unix account. The date may be specified as either YYYY-MM-DD or ’n’
       days from day. The ’n’ syntax also supports the extended format
       (#y)(#m)(#d) for years, months, and days from today. One need not
       specify all three, so all of the following are examples of valid input:
       ’5y4m2d’ (5 years, 4 months, and 2 days), ’5y’ (5 years), ’5y2d’ (5
       years and 2 days), and ’3’ (3 days). This option calls the internal
       ’timelocal’ command to set calculate the number of seconds from Junary
       1 1970 to the specified date.

       --shadowMax <n>
           User must change the password, at least, every ’n’ days

       --shadowMin <n>
           User must wait ’n’ days once the password has changed before
       changing it again

       --shadowInactive <n>
           Number of days of inactivity allowed for the specified user

       --shadowWarning <n>
           User is warned that the password must be changed four days before
       the password expires

       -L, --shadowLock
           Lock unix user’s password. This puts a ’!’ in front of the
       encrypted password, effectively disabling the password.

       -U, --shadowUnlock
           Unlock unix user’s password. This removes the ’!’ in front of the
       encrypted password.

   SAMBA options
       -a, --addsambaSAMAccount
           Add the sambaSAMAccount objectclass to the specified user account.
       This allow the user to become a samba user.

       -e, --expire <YYYY-MM-DD(HH:MM:SS)/n>
           Sets the expiration for both samba (--sambaExpire) and shadow

       --sambaExpire <YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS/n>
           Set the expiration date for the user account. This only affects the
       samba account. The date must be in the following format: YYYY-MM-DD
       HH:MM:SS. The n-days format of shadowExpire is also supported. This
       option uses the internal ’timelocal’ command to set calculate the
       number of seconds from Junary 1 1970 to the specified date.

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

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

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

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

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

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

       -F, --sambaProfilePath path
           sambaProfilePath (profile directory, like

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

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

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

       -h, --help
           print this help