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Backup Domain Controller

BDCs have read-only access to security credentials that are stored in LDAP. Changes in user or group account information are passed by the BDC to the PDC. Only the PDC can write changes to the directory.

IDMAP information can be written directly to the LDAP server so long as all domain controllers have access to the master (writable) LDAP server. Samba-3 at this time does not handle LDAP redirects in the IDMAP backend. This means that it is is unsafe to use a slave (replicate) LDAP server with the IDMAP facility.

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