[cifs-protocol] [Pfif] [REG:111071166110452] access denied in NetrLogonSamLogonEx
Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Tue Jul 12 15:40:46 MDT 2011
On Tue, Jul 12, 2011 at 09:27:37PM +0000, Edgar Olougouna wrote:
> It appears that the behavior you observed is by design.
> From the debugger, the Netlogon service is running in the
> following condition.
> If the Netlogon service is paused or the Sysvol is not in
> ready state, only logons from inside the machine
> (MsvApSecureChannel) and logons from a BDC in the domain
> (ServerSecureChannel ) can be accepted.
> The data shows that your Netlogon service is in a running
> state but your Sysvol is not in a ready state. Since the
> secure channel type is WorkstationSecureChannel, the
> NetrLogonSamLogonEx call is rejected with
Sorry to step in here. I've seen this in a customer scenario
as well in the past but could not explain it. What do you
exactly mean by "Sysvol is not in a ready state" and what
can Samba as a member server do about this condition? With
sysvol, do you mean the sysvol share? Samba as member server
does not care about that share? Or is sysvol something else?
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