Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Mon Feb 8 01:11:23 GMT 1999
can you please run rpcclient (latest cvs version) as follows:
rpcclient -S tzu -U% -l log
if you get valid information back then all is well on samba(2.0.0) dated
4th Sept. if you do not i have a bug in latest cvs to fix.
On Fri, 5 Feb 1999 Dave.Stevenson at durham.ac.uk wrote:
> Have been running CVS head branch of Samba(2.0.0) dated 4th Sept for months, very reliably with
> about 50 NT4(SP3) clients and 150 users working as domain controller (PDC) and with roaming
> profiles, logon scripts etc.
> So stable I am loath to change it....so I loaded up another similar machine with latest
> CVS HEAD branch (3-2-99) I pulled and compiled OK (Both systems Solaris2.6, compiler gcc2.8.1)
> Configured second machine ZARQUON to use first( TZU) as password server, added ZARQUON as
> a client with "smbpasswd -m zarquon " and experienced the following from the new server.
> (Names changed to protect the innocents)
> [1999/02/05 11:33:55, 10] libsmb/clientgen.c:cli_shutdown(2450)
> [1999/02/05 11:33:55, 1] lib/sids.c:get_domain_sids(266)
> lsa query info failed
> [1999/02/05 11:33:55, 0] smbd/server.c:main(687)
> ERROR: Samba cannot obtain PDC SID from PDC(s) TZU.
> with config entries so..
> encrypt passwords = yes
> password level = 0
> username level = 0
> security = domain (Same thing with security = server but OK with security = share )
> # suspend permanently I suspect temporarily
> #admin users = pcadmin
> guest account = pcguest
> #hosts allow = @smb_access
> # host stuff
> password server = TZU
> netbios name = zarquon
> workgroup = GEOLSCI
> domain master = no
> wins server = " IP address of TZU"
> time server = no
> Am I flogging a dead horse here? Have the mechanisms to obtain SID's changed so much
> that it is unreasonable to hope that this would work?
> I vaguely recall that there were a few ntdom messages about scripts to convert old format smbpasswd
> files to the latest format. Searching the archives I have failed to locate them. Can
> anyone point me in the right direction?
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