2.2alpha1 - Using as login server for Windows 2000 machine(s)]

Patrick slu at firerun.net
Sun Jan 7 03:36:44 GMT 2001

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: 2.2alpha1 - Using as login server for Windows 2000
Date: Sat, 06 Jan 2001 20:35:32 -0700
From: Patrick <slu at firerun.net>
Reply-To: critter at rmci.net
To: "Jade E. Deane" <moose at riven.net>
References: <ILELINMJPCHBPEAIKLECGEPGCDAA.moose at riven.net>

Make sure that no drives are mapped when trying to join the domain as
that will
cause that message.  If that is not the case, then in my instance the
name was the same as the domain I was trying to join, So I changed the
name rebooted and tried to join the domain agian, that time with


"Jade E. Deane" wrote:

> Greetings!
> I have the following simple setup:
> A Linux (2.2.16-22) RedHat (7) machine running 2.2alpha1, as the "PDC" and a
> OpenBSD (4.2) machine acting as a server only.  The other machine is a
> Windows 2000 Pro.
> After reading http://bioserve.latrobe.edu.au/samba/samba-pdc-howto.html in
> great detail, I have setup an appropriate config almost verbatim to the
> examples in Mr. Bannon's document.
> When attempting to assign a Windows 2000 Pro workstation to the domain (i.e.
> System Properties/Identification Changes) I received the following error:
> "The credentials supplied conflict with an existing set of credentials."
> The user "root", who is in the adm group specified in the config, was used
> as the "account with permission to join the domain".
> Also, there is a <workstation>$ account created in /etc/passwd and
> <samba>/private/smbpassword.
> Ideas and suggestions are most appreciated.
> Jade

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