On 03/11/2010 11:31 AM, Volker Lendecke wrote:
On Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at 11:05:15AM -0500, Gaiseric Vandal wrote:
On 03/11/2010 10:38 AM, Volker Lendecke wrote:
On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 02:10:14PM -0800, Purnell, Alton J wrote:
I'm not sure if anyone will get this note.
If you are willing to help me, page me @ 800.247.0493 .
I have Samba 2.28 installed and working on 2 Windows Server 2003.
I am having trouble getting users authenticated on Samba via the windows server.
I have solaris8 on the unix server. I have tried many, many methods.
Currently, I trying to configure Samba with a domain setup... still no success
Samba 2.2.8 is ancient. Isn't there a way to get something
Is one of the Windows servers the PDC? Is it in "mixed mode" (i.e. will
support NT4 servers.) If the domain mode is native 2000/2003 it
probably is not going to work.
That's a myth. The only thing native mode prohibits is a NT4
Backup Domain Controller. Samba members work in all Windows
domain modes, although for example 2.2 won't talk to a
default w2k3 dc due to missing SMB signing in 2.2.
I stand corrected- I have not tried setting up Samba as an Active
Directory client and had forgotten about this. However I think would
require kerberos configuration on the samba machine- which may open up a
whole new set of challenges. (I could never get kerberos to play nice
between Solaris and Linux machines, let alone trying to have Samba use it.)
Can you set up domain trusts between a Samba Domain (samba PDC) and a
Windows domain with a Win 2003 PDC in Native mode? My understanding
had been that this was an "NT4" domain trust mechanism.
I did try setting up a domain trust trust with a Windows 2008 PDC in
"native 2003" mode - which was did not work. (this may have just been
a discrepancy between NTLM versions or other security settings rather
than a fundamental incompatibility.) The domain trust between Samba
and a Win 2003 PDC in mixed mode did work.
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