nt logon error
John T Chiodi
chiodi+ at pitt.edu
Wed Mar 3 13:38:18 GMT 1999
I tried deleting WORKSTATION.SID and letting samba recreate it. I
tried smbpasswd -m MACHINE. None of this worked. I have a feeling I
am missing the obvious here. Do I need to log in as a local NT admin
and join the domain again? Isn't going to think I am already part of
the domain because I have an entry in the smbpasswd file?
What would be the proper steps to rectify this situation?
> On Wed, 3 Mar 1999, Gerald Carter wrote:
> > Jt Chiodi "The Squeegy" wrote:
> > >
> > > I am using samba 2.1.0prealpha. I get the following error
> > > when trying to log on to my samba PDC
> > >
> > > The system can not log you on (C000019B), Please try again
> > > or consult your system administrator.
> > >
> > > Does anyone know what that error is?
> > Is this one that indicates the domain SID changed? Don't
> > have the VC++ header files in front of me right now.
> Yup, that's it. I had that one earlier today. I happened to me after I
> was testing 2.1.0-prealpha and then reverted to 2.0.2. I had to have my
> domain members rejoin. Well, I could have recovered my old SID files
> from tape, but it was a small test domain so it was easier to rejoin.
> Moral of the story is: backup your SID files before testing a new version
> which may change them.
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