Install Nethserver as AD with linux and windows clients

The question is not if NS sso supports Moodle, but if Moodle supports NS authentication. The answer is yes and can be found in Moodle documentation: https://docs.moodle.org/24/en/Active_Directory

For your 2nd question: just configure 1 interface as green and do not install the firewall/UTM module. You can decide to hand over DHCP and DNS to NethServer instead of the mikrotik router. If you need the proxy service, I would consider a second interface since a single interface can be bypassed. In the case of a second interface you can ‘double nat’ NethServer behind the mikrotik.

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I also urgently would need some suggestions to this topic!
Thanks in advance

Does anybody knows, if that´s working:
(it´s from http://serverfault.com/questions/254098/linux-ldap-domain-with-roaming-profiles )

Entry in /etc/gdm/PreSession/Default – This is helpful if you are doing GUI login. rsync -av /{central Storage Path}/.home/$USER/ /home/$USER/ --size-only

Entry in /etc/gdm/PostSession/Default – This is helpful if you are doing GUI login. rsync -av /home/$USER/ /{central Storage Path}/.home/$USER/ --size-only This will copy home directory back from /home to central home directory. Optionally - we can also do following to clear out home directory from workstations but this will take time with every login. rm -fvR /home/$USER/*

Hi Thomas,
I think that First you need to see if you can make the folders available over NFS.
Then try to implement the login from the Linux workstation.

The process of mounting homes should be the same as the one from the LTSP but I did not have time to dig into how it is done effectively.

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Thanks for replying, we’re going to discuss that.
We do have a problem because our EMR needs the share as gvfs or defined in the fstab.
cifs, smb or nfs are unfortunately not accepted, although it is a java app using the mysql database.