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If winbindd is not running, smbd (which calls winbindd ) will fall back to using purely local information from /etc/passwd and /etc/group and no dynamic mapping will be used. On an operating system that has been enabled with the NSS, the resolution of user and group information will be accomplished via NSS.

Figure23.1.Winbind Idmap

Winbind Idmap
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