You can use the smbadm command to manage domain membership of the Solaris CIFS service. For instance, you can have the Solaris CIFS service use domain mode or workgroup mode. The smbadm command also enables you to configure CIFS local groups. CIFS local groups can be used when Windows accounts must be members of some local groups and when Windows-style privileges must be granted. Solaris local groups cannot provide these functionalities.
For procedures that use the smbadm utility, see the following:
Also, see the smbadm(1M) man page.