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I have writen a little C program / expect script combination to synchronise
passwords from Unix to SMB.  That is when a Unix password is changed, the
corresponding SMB password is changed (and the SMB account created if
necessary).

The C program is simply there to invoke the expect script as root - passing on
arguments and setting real user ID to root.  I had quite a few problems under
Solaris 2.6 about effective vs real user id of root.

The expect script works out who the user is by "who am I" and prompts for
old password and new password (2ce to avoid typos).

The script then runs su USER -c passwd USER
- this under Solaris 2.6 will change the NIS password if in effect otherwise
the local password.  Note we run as the user to check that the authentication
credentials are correct.

IFF this runs OK, run as root smbpasswd USER
this will create the user in smbpasswd file if not there and set the password to
the new values regardless of the old - thus avoiding syncronisation issues.

Note the expect script uses absolute paths for su, passwd and smbpasswd - this
is to ensure right binaries are run.

Are users use a CDE workspace menu item to invoke password change, so easy to
ensure usage.  But could if wanted rename original passwd program and replace
with the C program.

Finally this has to be run on the host where smbpasswd is kept.  So use a little
wrapper to preferably ssh to that host, if not already there.


In summary while not as neat as Christian Barth's trick of using smbpasswd, it
allows for users not being in smbpasswd file - I view populating with out
passwords as not much help - and is useful for a Unix-centric site such as
ourselves.


The source is rather Solaris specific and the expect script is based on passmass
from expect distribution, so I do not expect to distribute unless demand and
a place to host.  Also there may be bugs to work out yet ...

-- 
Peter Polkinghorne, IT Manager		Kingsford Stacey Blackwell
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Hi all,

I've been beating my head against the wall for a few days now since I'm
convinced the problems I'm having are of the "Doh ! Why didn't I think of
that" variety, but I'm getting nowhere fast !

I have LM7.2 with Samba 2.2.0 configured as a PDC. The User and Server
Manager tools can see the users and servers with no problems, however when I
try to change my W2K workstation to logon to the domain, I'm told that
windows cannot find the user on my domain and I'm asked for a  computer name
and domain aswell as an account with permission to join the domain.

It doesn't matter which ID I supply I'm always told I can't join because
"The parameter is incorrect". Not being an expert, the logs don't help me to
much, but the one line that rings a bit of an alarm bell is : " Defaulting
to Lanman password for justin". Should it be defaulting ?

Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,

Justin Webb
I don't suffer from stress ! I'm a carrier !

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use samba 2.2.1a, it works with w2k sp2

and the user with permission to add the system to the domain *MUST* be root
(uid 0), and *MUST* have an smbpasswd entry.

> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org
> [mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]Namens Justin Webb
> Verzonden: maandag 13 augustus 2001 18:02
> Aan: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Onderwerp: Samba 2.2.0 PDC and Win2000
>
>
> Hi all,
>
> I've been beating my head against the wall for a few days now since I'm
> convinced the problems I'm having are of the "Doh ! Why didn't I think of
> that" variety, but I'm getting nowhere fast !
>
> I have LM7.2 with Samba 2.2.0 configured as a PDC. The User and Server
> Manager tools can see the users and servers with no problems,
> however when I
> try to change my W2K workstation to logon to the domain, I'm told that
> windows cannot find the user on my domain and I'm asked for a
> computer name
> and domain aswell as an account with permission to join the domain.
>
> It doesn't matter which ID I supply I'm always told I can't join because
> "The parameter is incorrect". Not being an expert, the logs don't
> help me to
> much, but the one line that rings a bit of an alarm bell is : " Defaulting
> to Lanman password for justin". Should it be defaulting ?
>
> Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Regards,
>
> Justin Webb
> I don't suffer from stress ! I'm a carrier !
>

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Yes, there is. If my memory serves me correctly, Samba needs the root user
and password to add the "user" (machine trust account) to the /etc/passwd
and smbpasswd files. Other users simply don't have the privlage to edit
these files directly.
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> Hi,
>
> is there a technical reason why you *have* to have a smbpasswd entry for a
> uid 0 user for adding machine accounts on-the-fly ? ie. why can't admin
> users do it ? I presume this is because you always connect to IPC$ as the
> user id and never with uid 0 ?
>
> -===============================================-
>   Steve Hardy           S.A.Hardy at connectux.com
>   ConnecTUX                Simplifying Networks
> -===============================================-

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Yeah but when I add admin users = steve

user "steve" connects as UID 0 (root), but still user "steve" cannot add
machine accounts ...

> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Sean P. Elble [mailto:S_Elble at yahoo.com]
> Verzonden: maandag 13 augustus 2001 18:37
> Aan: Steve Hardy
> CC: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Onderwerp: Re: must be root user to add system to domain
>
>
> Yes, there is. If my memory serves me correctly, Samba needs the root user
> and password to add the "user" (machine trust account) to the /etc/passwd
> and smbpasswd files. Other users simply don't have the privlage to edit
> these files directly.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Steve Hardy" <s.a.hardy at connectux.com>
> To: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Monday, August 13, 2001 5:18 AM
> Subject: must be root user to add system to domain
>
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > is there a technical reason why you *have* to have a smbpasswd
> entry for a
> > uid 0 user for adding machine accounts on-the-fly ? ie. why can't admin
> > users do it ? I presume this is because you always connect to
> IPC$ as the
> > user id and never with uid 0 ?
> >
> > -===============================================-
> >   Steve Hardy           S.A.Hardy at connectux.com
> >   ConnecTUX                Simplifying Networks
> > -===============================================-
>
>

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Hi Steve,

Thanks for the advice I've been using root and it does have a smbpasswd
entry. My system is SP1 system, so I hadn't considered upgrading. If my SP1
system will work with 2.2.1a I'll give it a bash.

Thanks again,
Justin Webb
Technical Director Foretech (Pty) Ltd
Office    : +27 (0) 11 803-7674
Fax       : +27 (0) 11 803-8396
Mobile   : +27 (0) 83 442-1094

----- Original Message -----
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<samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
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Subject: RE: Samba 2.2.0 PDC and Win2000


> use samba 2.2.1a, it works with w2k sp2
>
> and the user with permission to add the system to the domain *MUST* be
root
> (uid 0), and *MUST* have an smbpasswd entry.
>
> > -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> > Van: samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org
> > [mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]Namens Justin Webb
> > Verzonden: maandag 13 augustus 2001 18:02
> > Aan: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> > Onderwerp: Samba 2.2.0 PDC and Win2000
> >
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I've been beating my head against the wall for a few days now since I'm
> > convinced the problems I'm having are of the "Doh ! Why didn't I think
of
> > that" variety, but I'm getting nowhere fast !
> >
> > I have LM7.2 with Samba 2.2.0 configured as a PDC. The User and Server
> > Manager tools can see the users and servers with no problems,
> > however when I
> > try to change my W2K workstation to logon to the domain, I'm told that
> > windows cannot find the user on my domain and I'm asked for a
> > computer name
> > and domain aswell as an account with permission to join the domain.
> >
> > It doesn't matter which ID I supply I'm always told I can't join because
> > "The parameter is incorrect". Not being an expert, the logs don't
> > help me to
> > much, but the one line that rings a bit of an alarm bell is : "
Defaulting
> > to Lanman password for justin". Should it be defaulting ?
> >
> > Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Justin Webb
> > I don't suffer from stress ! I'm a carrier !
> >
>
>

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do you have a working "add user script" setting in your smb.conf ?

or are you adding machine accounts by hand ?

> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Justin Webb [mailto:Justin_Webb at Foretech.co.za]
> Verzonden: maandag 13 augustus 2001 18:57
> Aan: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> CC: Steve Hardy
> Onderwerp: Re: Samba 2.2.0 PDC and Win2000
>
>
> Hi Steve,
>
> Thanks for the advice I've been using root and it does have a smbpasswd
> entry. My system is SP1 system, so I hadn't considered upgrading.
> If my SP1
> system will work with 2.2.1a I'll give it a bash.
>
> Thanks again,
> Justin Webb
> Technical Director Foretech (Pty) Ltd
> Office    : +27 (0) 11 803-7674
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>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Steve Hardy" <s.a.hardy at connectux.com>
> To: "Justin Webb" <Justin_Webb at Foretech.co.za>;
> <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Monday, August 13, 2001 6:21 PM
> Subject: RE: Samba 2.2.0 PDC and Win2000
>
>
> > use samba 2.2.1a, it works with w2k sp2
> >
> > and the user with permission to add the system to the domain *MUST* be
> root
> > (uid 0), and *MUST* have an smbpasswd entry.
> >
> > > -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> > > Van: samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org
> > > [mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]Namens Justin Webb
> > > Verzonden: maandag 13 augustus 2001 18:02
> > > Aan: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> > > Onderwerp: Samba 2.2.0 PDC and Win2000
> > >
> > >
> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > I've been beating my head against the wall for a few days now
> since I'm
> > > convinced the problems I'm having are of the "Doh ! Why didn't I think
> of
> > > that" variety, but I'm getting nowhere fast !
> > >
> > > I have LM7.2 with Samba 2.2.0 configured as a PDC. The User and Server
> > > Manager tools can see the users and servers with no problems,
> > > however when I
> > > try to change my W2K workstation to logon to the domain, I'm told that
> > > windows cannot find the user on my domain and I'm asked for a
> > > computer name
> > > and domain aswell as an account with permission to join the domain.
> > >
> > > It doesn't matter which ID I supply I'm always told I can't
> join because
> > > "The parameter is incorrect". Not being an expert, the logs don't
> > > help me to
> > > much, but the one line that rings a bit of an alarm bell is : "
> Defaulting
> > > to Lanman password for justin". Should it be defaulting ?
> > >
> > > Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > >
> > > Justin Webb
> > > I don't suffer from stress ! I'm a carrier !
> > >
> >
> >
>
>

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To do System policies for Win98, do you have to have Profiles set up also?

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Is anyone able to successfully log on to a Samba domain on WinXP RC-2?
It worked with Beta 2 but does not seem to work anymore on RC-2.

btw: level 4 log file is attached.


regards
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Sorry, I missed some important things:
1st: I get the following error msg, when I try to log on
"Windows cannot connect to the domain, either because the dc is down or
otherweise unavailable or because your computer account was not found."

2nd: I was able to successfully join and leave the domain.
3rd: computer account exists in smbpasswd

philipp hug
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> Is anyone able to successfully log on to a Samba domain on WinXP RC-2?
> It worked with Beta 2 but does not seem to work anymore on RC-2.
>
> btw: level 4 log file is attached.
>
>
> regards
> philipp hug
>
>

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The roaming profiles are saving in the users home directory and not the path
specified by "logon path".

I did restart the services this time. :)

Following is the relevant smb.conf info.  Any help is greatly appreciated.

[global]
 workgroup = CHERRY_HILL
 netbios name = CARTER
 encrypt passwords = Yes
 time server = Yes
 logon script = scripts\%U.bat
 logon path = \\%N\profile\%U
 domain logons = Yes
 os level = 65
 preferred master = True
 domain master = True
 wins support = Yes
[homes]
 path = %H/samba
 read only = No
 browseable = No
 root preexec = mkdir -m 700 %H/samba;chown %u.%g %H/samba
[netlogon]
 path = /intranet/windows/netlogon
 write list = @admins

[profile]
 path = /intranet/windows/profile
 read only = No
 force create mode = 0600
 force directory mode = 0770
 browseable = No


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--On Monday, August 13, 2001 8:31 PM +0200 Philipp Hug <samba at hug.cx> wrote:

> Is anyone able to successfully log on to a Samba domain on WinXP RC-2?
> It worked with Beta 2 but does not seem to work anymore on RC-2.
>
> btw: level 4 log file is attached.
       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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Ok, I found something interesting in the event log:

The session setup to the Windows NT or Windows 2000 Domain Controller \\SRV1
for the domain HUG failed because \\SRV1 does not support signing or sealing
the Netlogon session. Either upgrade the Domain controller or set the
RequireSignOrSeal registry entry on this machine to 0.

And I found the key in:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\netlogon\parameters
Name: RequireSignOrSeal

regards
Philipp Hug
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> --On Monday, August 13, 2001 8:31 PM +0200 Philipp Hug <samba at hug.cx>
wrote:
>
> > Is anyone able to successfully log on to a Samba domain on WinXP RC-2?
> > It worked with Beta 2 but does not seem to work anymore on RC-2.
> >
> > btw: level 4 log file is attached.
>        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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>
>

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On Sun, Aug 12, 2001 at 04:40:47PM -0500, Fred Jackson wrote:
> Have you added passwd entry for woodcut$   ?
> woodcut$:x:508:508::/dev/null:/bin/false

Not for woodcut not, but for the machines I was trying to add to the
PDC.


> is the machine "woodcut" a member of the domain?
> eg: on the PDC server have you: "smbpasswd -a -m woodcut"    ?

Woodcut is the PDC. 8)

> 
> Hope this helps, if not mail me and I'll include my conf files for 
> PDC and the Clients.

I think I might have figured out my problem. Someone else mentioned
about checking fomr invalid users = root ...

Which obviously wont help if root is the only account that can (auto)
add machines to the domain.  Probalby should be a reference to that in
the HOWTO.

Nicholas

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Hello Mario,

onmedek|mhj, 13 `bcsqr` 2001 c., you wrote:

MS> I need to write code in C/C++ that authenticates users in groups on a NT
MS> Domain from RedHat linux.
MS> Basically my starting point has been the source code for smbclient:
MS> "smbclient -L server -U username%password -W domain" works well for me.
MS> My Problem is how to I include NT Groups ?
MS> I need to either have it return the list of groups the User is in on the NT
MS> Domain so I can check my list against it
MS> OR have it pass the group with the username to the NT DOmain and return
MS> success or failure !

MS> Can some one give me a clue on how to resolve this ?
MS> Mario

Do it, if you can !!!!!!

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Hello Mario,

onmedek|mhj, 13 `bcsqr` 2001 c., you wrote:

MS> I need to write code in C/C++ that authenticates users in groups on a NT
MS> Domain from RedHat linux.
MS> Basically my starting point has been the source code for smbclient:
MS> "smbclient -L server -U username%password -W domain" works well for me.
MS> My Problem is how to I include NT Groups ?
MS> I need to either have it return the list of groups the User is in on the NT
MS> Domain so I can check my list against it
MS> OR have it pass the group with the username to the NT DOmain and return
MS> success or failure !

MS> Can some one give me a clue on how to resolve this ?
MS> Mario

Do it, if you can !!!!!!

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Hello Adam,

onmedek|mhj, 13 `bcsqr` 2001 c., you wrote:

AL> To do System policies for Win98, do you have to have Profiles set up also?

AL> Adam Lang
AL> Systems Engineer
AL> Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
AL> http://www.rutgersinsurance.com


No. You only need to create a [netlogon] share with Config.pol file
within. So you will be able to setup "Machines" policies and "Default
user"  policy.

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http://www.cotse.com/tools/netbios.htm

>From: "Jim McDonough" <jmcd at us.ibm.com>
>To: "Sigal Malkin" <sigalmal at hotmail.com>
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>Subject: Re: Supporting users enumeration on Samba
>Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 09:21:56 -0400
>
>Sigal Malkin wrote:
> >I am trying to make Samba support user enumeration on a single
> >machine (and not a domain). The purpose is support the command "enum -U"
> >from Windows to a Samba server (getting user list). The problem is that
> >"enum -U" needs to perform command 0x3E on samr pipe - and I don't have a
> >clue how to handle this command.
> >Any suggestions??
>From where do you get this "enum" command?
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I have been asked to investigate the possiblity of migrating all of our
NT data across on to UNIX disk using samba.  I am totally new to Samba
and thought it would be best to take some advice for the experts.   Our
present NT setup is Single Master / Multiple resource.  All NT account
reside in the master Domain.  Each Site, there are several, has a
resource domain.  Most sites have main data servers of various sizes, it
is this data we wish to migrate.   Most client are currently running NT 4
workstation, there are some laptop uses using a mix of Win98, 95 and
2000.  I would like, if possible, some advice on is how we would,
therortically, be best to configure Samba.  Would our current NT
Management tools still work for changing ACLs on the migrated data or
will we become reliant on our UNIX colleges to set / Change permission on
Directories and shares, create new shares, creating New users etc .  Is
there any real gotcha's to look out for.   Is there a need to create unix
account for all the NT users. Is there any real problems with application
being lanched from samba shares. We are also looking to migrate the
Desktops to XP /2000  will this cause any issues.  Is there anywhere that
has done this sort of migation and would be willing to to speak to
me about how they carried it out. Sorry to hit you all with so many
questions but I figured that this would be the best place to get the
infomation.   Thanks in advance Robert.    

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On Mo, 13 Aug 2001, Adam Lang wrote:
> 
> The roaming profiles are saving in the users home directory and not the path
> specified by "logon path".
> 
> I did restart the services this time. :)

If your client box is running Win9x this behaviour seems to be correct.
Only WinNT looks for the logon path and stores its profiles there,
Win9x uses the logon home.

The trick described in the HOWTOs is to set the logon home in the
[global] section to a special path like this (which does not affect the
home directories on Win9x boxes - if "net use /home" still works for
WinNT has to be tested):

logon home = \\%L\%U\.profiles

So add a path like ".profiles" to the logon home. You'll find a detailed
description how to solve this problem in section 8.8.2. of the HOWTO
http://www.samba.org/samba/docs/Samba-HOWTO-Collection.html

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Hi all,

I have been trying to set up printing on the samba server.  I can have no
problems getting the drivers of a printer to upload to the server or download
to a client.  The problem arises when I run a test print from and NT
workstation client.  The print starts but instead of printing a test page it
prints 1 line of ASCII characters (smiley faces, greek letters) then feeds in
a new page.  It will do this untill I empty the spool, and manually clear the
printer memory. It does this with both cups and LPRng.  Does anyone know where
the problem might be?  By the way, it prints fine from linux.

Thanks
Nathan Z

SMb.conf
#===================GlobalSettings==============
[global]
#Basic Sever Settings
   netbios name = Milo
   workgroup = red_hat
   domain admin group = @adm
   server string = our test domain
   name resolve order = lmhost bcast
   dns proxy = no
   time server = yes
   smb passwd file = /etc/samba/private/smbpasswd
   username map = /etc/samba/smbusers

#log file settings
   log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
   max log size = 0
   log level = 100

#Act as the domain and local master browser
   os level = 64
   preferred master = yes
   domain master = yes
   local master = yes

#Security Settings <DO NOT CHANGE>
   security = user

#Use Encrypted passwords
   encrypt passwords = yes

#Performance enhancement
   socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192

#Support domain logons
   domain logons = yes

#Unix Password Synching
   unix password sync = yes
   passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
   passwd chat = *password* %nn *password* %nn *successful*


#User profile storage location
   logon path = \%Lprofiles%u
   browsable = yes
   writeable = yes

#Specify a generic logon script for all users
#this is a relative **DOS** path to the [netlogon] share
   logon script = scripts%u.bat

#Print Stuff
   printing = cups
   printcap name = lpstat
   printer admin = @admin
   show add printer wizard = yes

#Necessary share for domain controller
[netlogon]
   path = /etc/samba/netlogon
   locking = no
   public = no
   browsable = yes
   writeable = no
   write list = @adm

#=====================ShareDefinitions=========
[profiles]
   path = /etc/samba/profiles/
   browsable = no
   writeable = yes

[homes]
   comment = Home directories
   browsable = no
   writeable = yes

[print$]
   path = /etc/samba/printers
   write list = @admin
   read only = No
   quest ok = yes

[HPColor]
   comment = HP 1220c
   path = /var/spool/samba
   printable = yes
   printer name = HPColor
   printing = cups
   guest ok = yes
   create mode = 700
   print command = lpr -P HPColor -l %s -r
   lpq command = lpstat -o %p
   lprm command = cancel %p-%j
   queuepause command = /usr/bin/disable %p
   queueresume command = /usr/bin/enable %p

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My samba server is  2.2 (mandraque 8) 

When my windows 2000 Profetional are loging out, they frezy up when are traing to save profails and disconect to Samba.

Same Idea How to fix it up?

PS: (windows 9x works okay)

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try changeing the que type in your windows boxes, I seem to remember 
having this problem a long time ago and changeing a setting in 
windows to 'print directly to port' ?  I think anyway, if that 
doesn't help try looking at my conf file for this linuxbox member of 
a domain with a Samba PDC - srvr2 ) sharing a LaserJet.

-------------smb.conf---------------------------
# Global parameters
[global]
        workgroup = CASTMARK
        netbios name = WKSTN006
        server string = Front Desk
        security = DOMAIN
        encrypt passwords = Yes
        allow trusted domains = No
        password server = srvr2
        log level = 2
        syslog = 0
        log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log
        max log size = 0
        socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
        lm announce = True
        lm interval = 120
        preferred master = False
        local master = Yes
        domain master = False
        dns proxy = No
        valid users = fred gary chuck pamela keefer jane
        hide dot files = No
        printing = lprng
        os level = 58
 
 
[homes]
        comment = Home Directories
        read only = No
        browseable = No
 
[printers]
        comment = All Printers
        path = /var/spool/samba
        printable = Yes
        browseable = No
 
[hplj4]
        comment = Hewlet Packard LaserJet 4
        path = /var/spool/samba
        read only = No
        guest ok = Yes
        printable = Yes
        printer name = lp
        oplocks = No
        share modes = No
 
[DriveD]
        path = /b1
        valid users = fred gary chuck
        write list = fred gary



_________________________________ 
On Tuesday 14 August 2001 08:44 am, Nathan Zimpfer wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> I have been trying to set up printing on the samba server.  I can 
have no
> problems getting the drivers of a printer to upload to the server 
or download
> to a client.  The problem arises when I run a test print from and NT
> workstation client.  The print starts but instead of printing a 
test page it
> prints 1 line of ASCII characters (smiley faces, greek letters) 
then feeds in
> a new page.  It will do this untill I empty the spool, and manually 
clear the
> printer memory. It does this with both cups and LPRng.  Does anyone 
know where
> the problem might be?  By the way, it prints fine from linux.
> 
> Thanks
> Nathan Z
> 
> SMb.conf
> #===================GlobalSettings==============
> [global]
> #Basic Sever Settings
>    netbios name = Milo
>    workgroup = red_hat
>    domain admin group = @adm
>    server string = our test domain
>    name resolve order = lmhost bcast
>    dns proxy = no
>    time server = yes
>    smb passwd file = /etc/samba/private/smbpasswd
>    username map = /etc/samba/smbusers
> 
> #log file settings
>    log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
>    max log size = 0
>    log level = 100
> 
> #Act as the domain and local master browser
>    os level = 64
>    preferred master = yes
>    domain master = yes
>    local master = yes
> 
> #Security Settings <DO NOT CHANGE>
>    security = user
> 
> #Use Encrypted passwords
>    encrypt passwords = yes
> 
> #Performance enhancement
>    socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
> 
> #Support domain logons
>    domain logons = yes
> 
> #Unix Password Synching
>    unix password sync = yes
>    passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
>    passwd chat = *password* %nn *password* %nn *successful*
> 
> 
> #User profile storage location
>    logon path = \%Lprofiles%u
>    browsable = yes
>    writeable = yes
> 
> #Specify a generic logon script for all users
> #this is a relative **DOS** path to the [netlogon] share
>    logon script = scripts%u.bat
> 
> #Print Stuff
>    printing = cups
>    printcap name = lpstat
>    printer admin = @admin
>    show add printer wizard = yes
> 
> #Necessary share for domain controller
> [netlogon]
>    path = /etc/samba/netlogon
>    locking = no
>    public = no
>    browsable = yes
>    writeable = no
>    write list = @adm
> 
> #=====================ShareDefinitions=========
> [profiles]
>    path = /etc/samba/profiles/
>    browsable = no
>    writeable = yes
> 
> [homes]
>    comment = Home directories
>    browsable = no
>    writeable = yes
> 
> [print$]
>    path = /etc/samba/printers
>    write list = @admin
>    read only = No
>    quest ok = yes
> 
> [HPColor]
>    comment = HP 1220c
>    path = /var/spool/samba
>    printable = yes
>    printer name = HPColor
>    printing = cups
>    guest ok = yes
>    create mode = 700
>    print command = lpr -P HPColor -l %s -r
>    lpq command = lpstat -o %p
>    lprm command = cancel %p-%j
>    queuepause command = /usr/bin/disable %p
>    queueresume command = /usr/bin/enable %p
> 

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Hi,

we are using the HP port of samba 2.0.7 on our HP-fileserver.
Everything is fine, but:
if a new folder or file is created with less then 8 char
the file- or folder name is converted into lower case.
If the filename is longer then 8 char. everything is fine.

I played around with mangel options, but nothing changed this
behavior. Which option should be used ?

I used NT4 and W2K for testing.

Thanks ,Peer
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I have a linux box (suse 6.4) running samba 2.2.1 as a PDC
I have followed the instructions in the HOWTO. When
i try to join the domain (with one of the 2 Win2K clients)
I am prompted for a name/password for an account with
permission to join the domain. But when i give this is tells me
"unknown user name or bad password".  If i have used the same
account to access a network share on the linux machine it works
fine, and if i then try to connect i get the expected response
of "credentials supplied conlict with an existing set of cred.."

Can anyone offer a suggestion, thx



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Try removing the maching account from smbpasswd and readding it with 
'smbpasswd -a -m <machines' name>'

just a guess.

Fred

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On Tuesday 14 August 2001 01:12 pm, Chris Nias wrote:
> I have a linux box (suse 6.4) running samba 2.2.1 as a PDC
> I have followed the instructions in the HOWTO. When
> i try to join the domain (with one of the 2 Win2K clients)
> I am prompted for a name/password for an account with
> permission to join the domain. But when i give this is tells me
> "unknown user name or bad password".  If i have used the same
> account to access a network share on the linux machine it works
> fine, and if i then try to connect i get the expected response
> of "credentials supplied conlict with an existing set of cred.."
> 
> Can anyone offer a suggestion, thx
> 
> 
> 
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Hi Chris,

I'm in similar predicament, for your case however supplying the root user id
and password may help (provided that root has an entry in smbpasswd).

User or password unknown means exactly what it says, they are not known to
the system. Conflicting credentials mean that the system knows you because
you've connected to a share (i.e. it thinks every thing is OK in that you
are "already logged" on)

I'm sure some fellow forumers will be able to put this in more technical
terms. Try using root to get you onto the domain.

Regards,

Justin Webb
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> I have a linux box (suse 6.4) running samba 2.2.1 as a PDC
> I have followed the instructions in the HOWTO. When
> i try to join the domain (with one of the 2 Win2K clients)
> I am prompted for a name/password for an account with
> permission to join the domain. But when i give this is tells me
> "unknown user name or bad password".  If i have used the same
> account to access a network share on the linux machine it works
> fine, and if i then try to connect i get the expected response
> of "credentials supplied conlict with an existing set of cred.."
>
> Can anyone offer a suggestion, thx
>
>
>
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My samba 2.2.1a on redhat 7.1 now seems to be doing everything nicely 
as a domain controller for Win2k SP2 clients.  Thanks to members of 
this list who pointed me in the right direction about password changing 
schemes.

I've also got a few Macintoshes on the LAN accessing the same shares 
via the latest netatalk 1.5 beta.

I want consistent ( or at least morally equivalent ) directory 
permissions across both environments.  The organization has a public 
share with a deep and very organized directory structure, some of which 
must be accessible to a limited group. 

I note that netalk puts an s in the group permissions field when a 
directory is created or manipulated from the client.  And I'm under the 
impression that the win2k client can not manipulate permissions at all 
on a directory that the user has created (please tell me I'm wrong).

Can anyone point me to any article or discussion on netatalk vs samba 
directory permissions and access control?

Thank you.

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With win98 desktops, I have to make a config.pol file that has every user
listed in it, correct?  Thee is no way to do groups with it involving Samba
and win98?

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thanks very much Justin, this worked :-))
However, it means i have only one account to log onto
the domain controller with (with more than one client!)
can anyone tell me why what happened, happened, and
how to create accounts that clients can use
thnx again, Chris

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Hi Chris,

I'm in similar predicament, for your case however supplying the root user id
and password may help (provided that root has an entry in smbpasswd).

User or password unknown means exactly what it says, they are not known to
the system. Conflicting credentials mean that the system knows you because
you've connected to a share (i.e. it thinks every thing is OK in that you
are "already logged" on)

I'm sure some fellow forumers will be able to put this in more technical
terms. Try using root to get you onto the domain.

Regards,

Justin Webb
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> I have a linux box (suse 6.4) running samba 2.2.1 as a PDC
> I have followed the instructions in the HOWTO. When
> i try to join the domain (with one of the 2 Win2K clients)
> I am prompted for a name/password for an account with
> permission to join the domain. But when i give this is tells me
> "unknown user name or bad password".  If i have used the same
> account to access a network share on the linux machine it works
> fine, and if i then try to connect i get the expected response
> of "credentials supplied conlict with an existing set of cred.."
>
> Can anyone offer a suggestion, thx
>
>
>
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On Tuesday 14 August 2001 7:42 pm, you wrote:
Hi there Adam,

For starters, you can set the 'Default User' and 'Default Computer' policies 
to have policies which are applied to all users.  

However, you can use group policy support for policies applying to groups of 
users.  I think, if my memory serves me correctly, that this needs installing 
on all workstations. (The file you need to install is called grouppol.inf, 
have a look on your Windows CD).  Once you have done this you can create 
group policies within policy editor by using the 'Add Group' button.  The 
Group memberships are grabbed from /etc/group when the user is logging on.

Hope this has been of assistance,

Mark


> With win98 desktops, I have to make a config.pol file that has every user
> listed in it, correct?  Thee is no way to do groups with it involving Samba
> and win98?
>
> Adam Lang
> Systems Engineer
> Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
> http://www.rutgersinsurance.com

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I now successfully use Samba 2.2.1a as a PDC for Windows 2000 Professional
SP2 clients, on a test machine we have.  However, something very very
strange is happening.

Our existing (2.0.7) PDC is called NEXUS.  A long time ago, however, its
netbios name was NEXUS_PDC.  It hasn't been this way for a long long time.

Anyway, we were testing migrating user profiles over from NEXUS to the new
2.2.1a server, called LUST.  So I copied over one of our user profiles to
LUST, and a strange thing happened.

I was able to log on to the PDC (on LUST) just fine, but when I double
clicked "My Documents", I get the following Windows error message:
\\nexus_pdc\homedirs\username The Network path was not found.

Now, our 2.0.7 PDC has been NEXUS (and not NEXUS_PDC) for some time.  The
smb.conf on NEXUS and LUST (our 2.2.1a test PDC machine) contain no
references to NEXUS_PDC.  Also, I tried deleting NTUSER.DAT,
ntuser.dat.log, and ntuser.dat.ini.  When I log in as that user after
deleting those files, they are generated once again, but the same problem
happens when I double click "My documents." 

If there are no references to NEXUS_PDC in the smb.conf on the new
machine, and NTUSER.dat, ntuser.dat.ini and ntuser.dat.log are generated
if deleted, where is
Windows and/or Samba getting NEXUS_PDC from, and how can I change this to
be the correct value (/export/profiles/username/My Documents)?

Thanks,
Gabe

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But is it grabbed as their primary unix group?

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> On Tuesday 14 August 2001 7:42 pm, you wrote:
> Hi there Adam,
>
> For starters, you can set the 'Default User' and 'Default Computer'
policies
> to have policies which are applied to all users.
>
> However, you can use group policy support for policies applying to groups
of
> users.  I think, if my memory serves me correctly, that this needs
installing
> on all workstations. (The file you need to install is called grouppol.inf,
> have a look on your Windows CD).  Once you have done this you can create
> group policies within policy editor by using the 'Add Group' button.  The
> Group memberships are grabbed from /etc/group when the user is logging on.
>
> Hope this has been of assistance,
>
> Mark

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Only the root account can add machine accounts. If you don't have a root 
account for Samba make one and with a different password than UNIX root.

Quoting Chris Nias <chris_nias at yahoo.com>:

> I have a linux box (suse 6.4) running samba 2.2.1 as a PDC
> I have followed the instructions in the HOWTO. When
> i try to join the domain (with one of the 2 Win2K clients)
> I am prompted for a name/password for an account with
> permission to join the domain. But when i give this is tells me
> "unknown user name or bad password".  If i have used the same
> account to access a network share on the linux machine it works
> fine, and if i then try to connect i get the expected response
> of "credentials supplied conlict with an existing set of cred.."
> 
> Can anyone offer a suggestion, thx
> 
> 
> 
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On Tuesday 14 August 2001 9:47 pm, you wrote:

Yep, as far as I'm aware.

Mark

> But is it grabbed as their primary unix group?
>
> Adam Lang
> Systems Engineer
> Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
> http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mark Westcott" <mark at axeon.screaming.net>
> To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>
> Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 3:48 PM
> Subject: Re: policies
>
> > On Tuesday 14 August 2001 7:42 pm, you wrote:
> > Hi there Adam,
> >
> > For starters, you can set the 'Default User' and 'Default Computer'
>
> policies
>
> > to have policies which are applied to all users.
> >
> > However, you can use group policy support for policies applying to groups
>
> of
>
> > users.  I think, if my memory serves me correctly, that this needs
>
> installing
>
> > on all workstations. (The file you need to install is called
> > grouppol.inf, have a look on your Windows CD).  Once you have done this
> > you can create group policies within policy editor by using the 'Add
> > Group' button.  The Group memberships are grabbed from /etc/group when
> > the user is logging on.
> >
> > Hope this has been of assistance,
> >
> > Mark

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Hi..
i tring to use a samba in a vpn, but my clients not works ...
One friend speek to me a use of a wins server in my network to resolve this problem...
But seting a "wins support = yes" in my smb.conf resolv this problem????
Thanks....

Tiago N. Sampaio
Bauru - Sao Paulo - Brasil

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I am trying to setup Samba 2.2.1 on a RedHat 7.1 Linux server as a file
server on a NT Domain. I have my users authenticating to the domain but I
can't get groups to work. I'd like to use my existing NT Domain groups for
setting permissions and security on my the Samba file server. How would I do
this?

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I've got the following error message, while try trying to delete an incomplete
file from an smb public share (as admin user):


  [2001/08/15 12:54:00, 0, pid=7047, effective(0, 0), real(0, 0)]
smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(995)
        request_oplock_break: no response received to oplock break request to
pid 6995 on port 1030 for dev = 1601,
        for dev = 1601, inode = 425647, tv_sec = 3b7a6eb9, tv_usec = f09e2
  [2001/08/15 12:55:00] last message repeated 8 times


  evry time i get this error, all Win32 clients connected to the share will
crash immediately without an error message.
  i'm using samba 2.2.0a (SuSE rpm) with SuSE Linux 7.1.0-0, kernel version
2.2.18

  how can i solve the problem ?


  thanks, Thomas

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Hallo,

with Netscape 4.78 (US-Version) I get the following error message :
	"Error saving bookmarks file" when I used Netscape Navigator and then
terminate it.

Samba writes the following log-Entry when the error occurs:

 [2001/08/15 16:38:07, 0] smbd/posix_acls.c:unpack_nt_owners(421)
  unpack_nt_owners: no security info sent !

The bookmark.htm and all private Netscape files are located in 
	\\samba\homes u:\Appli\Netscape\Users\default\bookmark.html

I get the error only since today when I upgraded Netscape from Version
4.77 to 4.78 .

The configuration is:
	Client: Windows 2000 Professional 
	Linux-Suse 7.2 with Kernel 2.4.7 and Samba-2.2.1a (Running as PDC)
	The error situation does not change with the newest samba cvs version
(SAMBA_2_2).

When I check the bookmark.html - File it seems to be correct but I did
not go into deeper investigations.

I could imagige that in other situations files could be damaged .

Thanks for any help.

 Peter

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I am trying to configure samba 2.2.1a with redhat 7.1 to join an existing
NT4.0 domain.
I've performed the diagnosis.txt tests up to step 6: run nmblookup -d 2 '*'
which works
fine for the local subnet. When I try to run it with the -B option for a
remote subnet I get the response:

added interface ip=.... etc.
querying * on <remote subnet>
name_query failed to find name *

I can pass Test 7: but Test 8: fails on any NT client.  The samba netbios name
and netbios alias show up in NT Network Neighborhood, but I'm unable to view
any shares when selected - "\\<netbios name> is not accessible. The network
path is not found." None of the suggested Test 8: workarounds work.  BTW -
what does "fixup the nmbd installation" mean?

I've added a netbios alias to smb.conf because I'm running Apache on the same
machine.  We use DHCP to hand out the WINS server address. Anyone have any
pointers for NT client configuration?  I've read through the O'Reilly online
book, but it doesn't include 2.2.1a references.

Also, I can longer reach the Apache web server home page other than locally.

Any help would be much appreciated.  Below is my smb.conf:

# Samba config file created using SWAT
# from localhost.localdomain (127.0.0.1)
# Date: 2001/08/15 10:37:20

# Global parameters
[global]
	workgroup = NTDOM1
	netbios name = BLOOMINGTON
	netbios aliases = BLOOM_SMB
	server string = Samba Server
	security = DOMAIN
	encrypt passwords = Yes
	password server = *
	log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
	max log size = 50
	name resolve order = wins lmhosts host bcast
	socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
	add user script = /usr/sbin/useradd %u -g smbusers
	delete user script = /usr/sbin/userdel %u
	os level = 0
	preferred master = False
	local master = No
	domain master = False
	dns proxy = No
	wins server = 198.232.66.97
	guest account = smbguest
	printing = lprng
	lppause command = hold %p %j
	lpresume command = lpc release %p %j
	queuepause command = lpc -P%p stop
	queueresume command = lpc -P%p start

[homes]
	comment = Guest Directory
	guest ok = Yes

[printers]
	comment = All Printers
	path = /var/spool/samba
	read only = No
	guest ok = Yes
	printable = Yes
	browseable = No

[smbguest]
	comment = Guest directory
	path = /home/smbguest
	guest ok = Yes

[tmp]
	comment = temporary files
	path = /tmp
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
<HTML><HEAD>
<META content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" http-equiv=Content-Type>
<META content="MSHTML 5.00.2919.6307" name=GENERATOR></HEAD>
<BODY style="FONT: 8pt MS Sans Serif; MARGIN-LEFT: 2px; MARGIN-TOP: 2px">
<DIV>I am trying to configure samba 2.2.1a with redhat 7.1 to join an existing 
NT4.0 domain.<BR>I've performed the diagnosis.txt tests up to step 6: run 
nmblookup -d 2 '*' which works<BR>fine for the local&nbsp;subnet. When I try to 
run it with the -B option for a&nbsp;remote subnet&nbsp;I get the 
response:</DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV>added interface ip=.... etc.</DIV>
<DIV>querying&nbsp;* on &lt;remote subnet&gt;</DIV>
<DIV>name_query failed to find name *</DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV>I can pass Test 7: but Test 8: fails on any NT client.&nbsp; The samba 
netbios name and netbios alias show up in NT Network Neighborhood, but I'm 
unable to view any shares when selected - "\\&lt;netbios name&gt; is not 
accessible. The network path is not found." None of the suggested Test 8: 
workarounds work.&nbsp; BTW - what does "fixup the nmbd installation" 
mean?</DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV>I've added a netbios alias to smb.conf because I'm running Apache on the 
same machine.&nbsp; We use DHCP to hand out the WINS server address. Anyone have 
any pointers for NT client configuration?&nbsp; I've read through the O'Reilly 
online book, but it doesn't include 2.2.1a references. </DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV>Also, I can longer reach the Apache web server home page other than 
locally. </DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV>Any help would be much appreciated.&nbsp; Below is my smb.conf:</DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><PRE># Samba config file created using SWAT
# from localhost.localdomain (127.0.0.1)
# Date: 2001/08/15 10:37:20

# Global parameters
[global]
	workgroup = NTDOM1
	netbios name = BLOOMINGTON
	netbios aliases = BLOOM_SMB
	server string = Samba Server
	security = DOMAIN
	encrypt passwords = Yes
	password server = *
	log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
	max log size = 50
	name resolve order = wins lmhosts host bcast
	socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
	add user script = /usr/sbin/useradd %u -g smbusers
	delete user script = /usr/sbin/userdel %u
	os level = 0
	preferred master = False
	local master = No
	domain master = False
	dns proxy = No
	wins server = 198.232.66.97
	guest account = smbguest
	printing = lprng
	lppause command = hold %p %j
	lpresume command = lpc release %p %j
	queuepause command = lpc -P%p stop
	queueresume command = lpc -P%p start

[homes]
	comment = Guest Directory
	guest ok = Yes

[printers]
	comment = All Printers
	path = /var/spool/samba
	read only = No
	guest ok = Yes
	printable = Yes
	browseable = No

[smbguest]
	comment = Guest directory
	path = /home/smbguest
	guest ok = Yes

[tmp]
	comment = temporary files
	path = /tmp
</PRE></DIV></BODY></HTML>

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Hi.

My login script should run a program to update the virus database. Of course
I get an error that the normal user haven't enough rights to do that. How
can I achieve that this script run with administrative rights. When I put the
user in the 'domain admin group' then it works. But I don't want to give all
users administrative rights in general, but only for this task.

Have anybody the same kind of problem and solved it so far?

Regards
Lars

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Hi @ll

I've got an error message from one of our developers about using M$
SourceSafe on a samba share.

Here is his message (in german):

beim SourceSafe kommt es immer wieder zu Problemen; meist sind
irgendwelche admin oder log Dateien "gesperrt", d.h. NT-Seitig kann man
diese auch nicht loeschen, oeffnen, umbenennen. Nach einem Ich nehme an,
NT verhdlt isch in Sachen Lese/Schreib-Locks leicht anders als Samba,
und dass wir da das Problem haben.

He said that we have the problem that some admin or log files are
locked. And he is unable to delete, open or rename them from the NT
client. He thinks its a lock problem of NT.

I searched dejanews and I had a look in my samba book but I didn't found
a solution. At dejanwews I saw something about a problem with M$ Office
on a samba share, looks like the same problem.

Thanks ...

Sascha Haupt

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We have a D/G Unix server running  samba, and there seems to be a huge
bottle neck when it comes to transferring data, or when trying to browse
the Unix box from the NT server. The NT machine continues to report this
error as well.
"The master browser has received a server announcement from the computer
MyBDC that believes that it is the master browser for the domain on
transport NetBT_NETFLX1. The master browser is stopping or an election is
being forced."
Is this error related to samba? and if so, why, and would this cause
confusion between the NT and samba and create a bottleneck?
Thanks,
Aaron

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 posted 15 August 2001 11:11 AM                      =20
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Hi everyone...=20
I can no longer back up my linux fileserver from an NT box running =
Backup exec 7.x
I used to be able to back up the shares no problem, but all of a sudden =
it does not work, and the Backup Exec logs claim access is denied. Here =
is the log from /var/log/samba:=20

[2001/08/15 10:51:27, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
[2001/08/15 10:51:27, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
[2001/08/15 10:51:28, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
[2001/08/15 10:52:27, 0] =
rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
[2001/08/15 10:52:27, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.
[2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] =
rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
[2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.
[2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] =
rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
[2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.=20


The 1st 3 successfull logons are from when I am actually in backup exec =
choosing the shares on the server that I want to back up.=20

The 3 failures are the backup job actually trying to connect and back up =
the shares.=20

IT USED TO WORK!!=20

Can anyone help me??=20

The fileserver is Samba 2.07 on RedHat 6.2=20

PLEASE HELP!!=20

Thanks!=20



Edward J. Dam

Network Administrator

Dana Canada Inc.

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My guess from the logs and your description:

The first three successful logins are happening during the interactive
sessions, when you are using the same user account as your NT login to
administer the backup, while the login failures during the scheduled backup
are due to the fact that the _service_ account used by BackupExec does not
match an account on the Samba server.

When installing BackupExec, I usually create a backup account specific to it
(which you would appear to have done, too). The Samba server should have an
account identical to the service account being used by BackupExec on NT.

This might be more complicated, however, if the Samba is passing its
authentication to an NT PDC. If so, is Backup Exec running on the PDC or on
a member of the domain?

DAM

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Subject: Access Denied?


 posted 15 August 2001 11:11 AM                      =20
-------------------------------------------------------------------------=
-------
Hi everyone...=20
I can no longer back up my linux fileserver from an NT box running =
Backup exec 7.x
I used to be able to back up the shares no problem, but all of a sudden =
it does not work, and the Backup Exec logs claim access is denied. Here =
is the log from /var/log/samba:=20

[2001/08/15 10:51:27, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
[2001/08/15 10:51:27, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
[2001/08/15 10:51:28, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
[2001/08/15 10:52:27, 0] =
rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
[2001/08/15 10:52:27, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.
[2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] =
rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
[2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.
[2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] =
rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
[2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.=20


The 1st 3 successfull logons are from when I am actually in backup exec =
choosing the shares on the server that I want to back up.=20

The 3 failures are the backup job actually trying to connect and back up =
the shares.=20

IT USED TO WORK!!=20

Can anyone help me??=20

The fileserver is Samba 2.07 on RedHat 6.2=20

PLEASE HELP!!=20

Thanks!=20



Edward J. Dam

Network Administrator

Dana Canada Inc.

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Thank You for your response:

The first three successful logins are indeed by the "backup" user I created
for Backup exec. As you can see, "backup logged in as admin user"
I can login to any network PC with the backup account (the same one I use in
Backup Exec's services) and attach, read/write to the linux shares no
problem. I have reset the user/password in NT and on the Linux box. they
match...

Backup exec is running on a BDC. The linux server does look to the PDC for
user authentication - and I know this is working fine, because if I log into
any machine on the domain as the "backup" user, I can connect to the shares
no problem..

Once again I really appreciate your comments/help. I have been pulling my
hair out on this one for 2 days now..

If it will help you any, here is the "globals" section from my smb.conf:
(please note that I have changed names/removed IPS for security reasons)

global]
	workgroup = OURS
	netbios name = MYSERVER
server string = Samba %v on (%L)
	security = DOMAIN
	encrypt passwords = Yes
	password server = PDC
	root directory = /
	passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
	passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *ReType*new*UNIX*password* %n\n
*passwd:*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
	unix password sync = Yes
	log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
	max log size = 1000
	socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
	os level = 0
	preferred master = False
	domain master = False
	dns proxy = No
	wins server = PDC
homedir map = auto.home
	admin users = backup
	hosts allow = a bunch of IPS
hosts deny = ALL



Thanks!
----- Original Message -----
From: "David A. Mason" <damason at davenet.mine.nu>
To: "Ed Dam" <damed92 at hotmail.com>; <samba-ntdom at samba.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 1:43 PM
Subject: RE: Access Denied?


> My guess from the logs and your description:
>
> The first three successful logins are happening during the interactive
> sessions, when you are using the same user account as your NT login to
> administer the backup, while the login failures during the scheduled
backup
> are due to the fact that the _service_ account used by BackupExec does not
> match an account on the Samba server.
>
> When installing BackupExec, I usually create a backup account specific to
it
> (which you would appear to have done, too). The Samba server should have
an
> account identical to the service account being used by BackupExec on NT.
>
> This might be more complicated, however, if the Samba is passing its
> authentication to an NT PDC. If so, is Backup Exec running on the PDC or
on
> a member of the domain?
>
> DAM
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org
> [mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]On Behalf Of Ed Dam
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 10:12
> To: samba-ntdom at samba.org
> Subject: Access Denied?
>
>
>  posted 15 August 2001 11:11 AM                      =20
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------=
> -------
> Hi everyone...=20
> I can no longer back up my linux fileserver from an NT box running =
> Backup exec 7.x
> I used to be able to back up the shares no problem, but all of a sudden =
> it does not work, and the Backup Exec logs claim access is denied. Here =
> is the log from /var/log/samba:=20
>
> [2001/08/15 10:51:27, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
> backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
> [2001/08/15 10:51:27, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
> backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
> [2001/08/15 10:51:28, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
> backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
> [2001/08/15 10:52:27, 0] =
> rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
> cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
> [2001/08/15 10:52:27, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
> domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
> domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
> NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.
> [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] =
> rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
> cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
> [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
> domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
> domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
> NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.
> [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] =
> rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
> cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
> [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
> domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
> domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
> NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.=20
>
>
> The 1st 3 successfull logons are from when I am actually in backup exec =
> choosing the shares on the server that I want to back up.=20
>
> The 3 failures are the backup job actually trying to connect and back up =
> the shares.=20
>
> IT USED TO WORK!!=20
>
> Can anyone help me??=20
>
> The fileserver is Samba 2.07 on RedHat 6.2=20
>
> PLEASE HELP!!=20
>
> Thanks!=20
>
>
>
> Edward J. Dam
>
> Network Administrator
>
> Dana Canada Inc.
>
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Hello list...
 
I can still access the browser-based SWAT.
 
Cannot restart nmdb from Status.
 
 
Appreciate any help.
 
Just started this group so - sorry if I missed any earlier postings to this
topic.
 
 
Alan
 

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Sorry for the oversimplification, then.

And you probably wouldn't have got this far if you didn't have a Unix backup
account created, too, but that would be the next think I checked.

Do you see any errors in the PDC's event log, having to do with the failed
logins?

And how long after you added the backup account (at the BDC, right?) did you
try to run the backup? Do you think there's any chance the SAM database
hadn't sync'ed yet between the BDC and PDC? But you say "it used to work,"
so the account probably isn't new, then. Hmm.

Did you try it with a different account for the service, just as an
experiment?

DAM

-----Original Message-----
From: Ed Dam [mailto:damed92 at hotmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 10:49
To: David A. Mason; samba-ntdom at samba.org
Subject: Re: Access Denied?


Thank You for your response:

The first three successful logins are indeed by the "backup" user I created
for Backup exec. As you can see, "backup logged in as admin user"
I can login to any network PC with the backup account (the same one I use in
Backup Exec's services) and attach, read/write to the linux shares no
problem. I have reset the user/password in NT and on the Linux box. they
match...

Backup exec is running on a BDC. The linux server does look to the PDC for
user authentication - and I know this is working fine, because if I log into
any machine on the domain as the "backup" user, I can connect to the shares
no problem..

Once again I really appreciate your comments/help. I have been pulling my
hair out on this one for 2 days now..

If it will help you any, here is the "globals" section from my smb.conf:
(please note that I have changed names/removed IPS for security reasons)

global]
	workgroup = OURS
	netbios name = MYSERVER
server string = Samba %v on (%L)
	security = DOMAIN
	encrypt passwords = Yes
	password server = PDC
	root directory = /
	passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
	passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *ReType*new*UNIX*password* %n\n
*passwd:*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
	unix password sync = Yes
	log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
	max log size = 1000
	socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
	os level = 0
	preferred master = False
	domain master = False
	dns proxy = No
	wins server = PDC
homedir map = auto.home
	admin users = backup
	hosts allow = a bunch of IPS
hosts deny = ALL



Thanks!
----- Original Message -----
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To: "Ed Dam" <damed92 at hotmail.com>; <samba-ntdom at samba.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 1:43 PM
Subject: RE: Access Denied?


> My guess from the logs and your description:
>
> The first three successful logins are happening during the interactive
> sessions, when you are using the same user account as your NT login to
> administer the backup, while the login failures during the scheduled
backup
> are due to the fact that the _service_ account used by BackupExec does not
> match an account on the Samba server.
>
> When installing BackupExec, I usually create a backup account specific to
it
> (which you would appear to have done, too). The Samba server should have
an
> account identical to the service account being used by BackupExec on NT.
>
> This might be more complicated, however, if the Samba is passing its
> authentication to an NT PDC. If so, is Backup Exec running on the PDC or
on
> a member of the domain?
>
> DAM
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org
> [mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]On Behalf Of Ed Dam
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 10:12
> To: samba-ntdom at samba.org
> Subject: Access Denied?
>
>
>  posted 15 August 2001 11:11 AM                      =20
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------=
> -------
> Hi everyone...=20
> I can no longer back up my linux fileserver from an NT box running =
> Backup exec 7.x
> I used to be able to back up the shares no problem, but all of a sudden =
> it does not work, and the Backup Exec logs claim access is denied. Here =
> is the log from /var/log/samba:=20
>
> [2001/08/15 10:51:27, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
> backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
> [2001/08/15 10:51:27, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
> backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
> [2001/08/15 10:51:28, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
> backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
> [2001/08/15 10:52:27, 0] =
> rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
> cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
> [2001/08/15 10:52:27, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
> domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
> domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
> NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.
> [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] =
> rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
> cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
> [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
> domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
> domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
> NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.
> [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] =
> rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
> cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
> [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
> domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
> domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
> NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.=20
>
>
> The 1st 3 successfull logons are from when I am actually in backup exec =
> choosing the shares on the server that I want to back up.=20
>
> The 3 failures are the backup job actually trying to connect and back up =
> the shares.=20
>
> IT USED TO WORK!!=20
>
> Can anyone help me??=20
>
> The fileserver is Samba 2.07 on RedHat 6.2=20
>
> PLEASE HELP!!=20
>
> Thanks!=20
>
>
>
> Edward J. Dam
>
> Network Administrator
>
> Dana Canada Inc.
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Greetings all;

First, thanks to everyone who helped me to get my samba server up and
running in my NT4 domain.

Second, the problem that I am having now is that I cannot assign permissions
to any of the resources that are located on the samba server.  When I look
at the permissions tab from an NT4 box, it shows everyone, and then two
entries for \server\root.  When I click add, it shows some groups, but only
from the samba server.  Not from my nt domain.  Looking at samba.org, it
looks like I might have to load winbind in order to import all of my nt
groups.  Has anyone else had to do this, or am I missing something?  

I'm VERY new to Linux, so any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Marty Nelson

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You may need to add the user to the local Administrators group on the
workstation. In our NT 4.0 Wkst environment we have a similar login script
that updates the Antivirus DAT files. But it will fail unless the user's UID
is in the local (the workstations not the DOMAIN) Administrator group.

			Hope this helps,

				AM

-----Original Message-----
From: Lars Roesch [mailto:larsroesch at gmx.de]
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 10:34 AM
To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Subject: Loginscsript with superuser rights


Hi.

My login script should run a program to update the virus database. Of course
I get an error that the normal user haven't enough rights to do that. How
can I achieve that this script run with administrative rights. When I put
the
user in the 'domain admin group' then it works. But I don't want to give all
users administrative rights in general, but only for this task.

Have anybody the same kind of problem and solved it so far?

Regards
Lars

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The PDC's event log (security) shows the backup account getting locked up
after 3 consecutive tries (there are 3 shares on this linux server that need
to be backed up)

I brought this Linux box online about 3 months ago, and until this past
friday, the backups were running fine. There is a second server sitting
beside it, which still backs up fine every night...

yesterday I created a new account and set the backup services to use that. I
then added that user to the linux box and gave him "superuser" privelidges
(just to test). I added him as an admin on all the shares, and I could log
into my PC and connect to the shares using that new account, and it all was
fine..

Until the backups tried to run - access denied on all 3 shares, and then the
user account got locked out.

This is a stumper, huh?

I do appreciate all your help, though.


----- Original Message -----
From: "David A. Mason" <damason at davenet.mine.nu>
To: "Ed Dam" <damed92 at hotmail.com>
Cc: <samba-ntdom at samba.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 1:58 PM
Subject: RE: Access Denied?


> Sorry for the oversimplification, then.
>
> And you probably wouldn't have got this far if you didn't have a Unix
backup
> account created, too, but that would be the next think I checked.
>
> Do you see any errors in the PDC's event log, having to do with the failed
> logins?
>
> And how long after you added the backup account (at the BDC, right?) did
you
> try to run the backup? Do you think there's any chance the SAM database
> hadn't sync'ed yet between the BDC and PDC? But you say "it used to work,"
> so the account probably isn't new, then. Hmm.
>
> Did you try it with a different account for the service, just as an
> experiment?
>
> DAM
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ed Dam [mailto:damed92 at hotmail.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 10:49
> To: David A. Mason; samba-ntdom at samba.org
> Subject: Re: Access Denied?
>
>
> Thank You for your response:
>
> The first three successful logins are indeed by the "backup" user I
created
> for Backup exec. As you can see, "backup logged in as admin user"
> I can login to any network PC with the backup account (the same one I use
in
> Backup Exec's services) and attach, read/write to the linux shares no
> problem. I have reset the user/password in NT and on the Linux box. they
> match...
>
> Backup exec is running on a BDC. The linux server does look to the PDC for
> user authentication - and I know this is working fine, because if I log
into
> any machine on the domain as the "backup" user, I can connect to the
shares
> no problem..
>
> Once again I really appreciate your comments/help. I have been pulling my
> hair out on this one for 2 days now..
>
> If it will help you any, here is the "globals" section from my smb.conf:
> (please note that I have changed names/removed IPS for security reasons)
>
> global]
> workgroup = OURS
> netbios name = MYSERVER
> server string = Samba %v on (%L)
> security = DOMAIN
> encrypt passwords = Yes
> password server = PDC
> root directory = /
> passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
> passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *ReType*new*UNIX*password* %n\n
> *passwd:*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
> unix password sync = Yes
> log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
> max log size = 1000
> socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
> os level = 0
> preferred master = False
> domain master = False
> dns proxy = No
> wins server = PDC
> homedir map = auto.home
> admin users = backup
> hosts allow = a bunch of IPS
> hosts deny = ALL
>
>
>
> Thanks!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David A. Mason" <damason at davenet.mine.nu>
> To: "Ed Dam" <damed92 at hotmail.com>; <samba-ntdom at samba.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 1:43 PM
> Subject: RE: Access Denied?
>
>
> > My guess from the logs and your description:
> >
> > The first three successful logins are happening during the interactive
> > sessions, when you are using the same user account as your NT login to
> > administer the backup, while the login failures during the scheduled
> backup
> > are due to the fact that the _service_ account used by BackupExec does
not
> > match an account on the Samba server.
> >
> > When installing BackupExec, I usually create a backup account specific
to
> it
> > (which you would appear to have done, too). The Samba server should have
> an
> > account identical to the service account being used by BackupExec on NT.
> >
> > This might be more complicated, however, if the Samba is passing its
> > authentication to an NT PDC. If so, is Backup Exec running on the PDC or
> on
> > a member of the domain?
> >
> > DAM
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org
> > [mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]On Behalf Of Ed Dam
> > Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 10:12
> > To: samba-ntdom at samba.org
> > Subject: Access Denied?
> >
> >
> >  posted 15 August 2001 11:11 AM                      =20
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------=
> > -------
> > Hi everyone...=20
> > I can no longer back up my linux fileserver from an NT box running =
> > Backup exec 7.x
> > I used to be able to back up the shares no problem, but all of a sudden
=
> > it does not work, and the Backup Exec logs claim access is denied. Here
=
> > is the log from /var/log/samba:=20
> >
> > [2001/08/15 10:51:27, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
> > backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
> > [2001/08/15 10:51:27, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
> > backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
> > [2001/08/15 10:51:28, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(370)
> > backup logged in as admin user (root privileges)
> > [2001/08/15 10:52:27, 0] =
> > rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
> > cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
> > [2001/08/15 10:52:27, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
> > domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
> > domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
> > NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.
> > [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] =
> > rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
> > cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
> > [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
> > domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
> > domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
> > NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.
> > [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] =
> > rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_sam_logon_internal(411)
> > cli_net_sam_logon_internal: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
> > [2001/08/15 10:52:28, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1614)
> > domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for user backup in =
> > domain DOMAIN to Domain controller PDC. Error was =
> > NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD.=20
> >
> >
> > The 1st 3 successfull logons are from when I am actually in backup exec
=
> > choosing the shares on the server that I want to back up.=20
> >
> > The 3 failures are the backup job actually trying to connect and back up
=
> > the shares.=20
> >
> > IT USED TO WORK!!=20
> >
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Hi,

Grab the latest SAMBA_2_2 cvs source.

$ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot login
(pass is 'cvs')

$ cvs -z9 -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot co -r SAMBA_2_2 samba

This command will download the source from the cvs server in a 'samba'
folder in your current directory. Then you enter samba/source and run
configure/make/make install.

After that, you should copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so to
/lib/libnss_winbind.so.2 and samba/source/nsswitch/pam_winbind.so to
/lib/security/.

Change /etc/nsswitch.conf. Add 'winbind' to the passwd and groups lines.

Change /etc/pam.d/passwd to this: (this will only allow access to resources
in your linux box, not domain user logon to the samba box)

auth        required    /lib/security/pam_securetty.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_nologin.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so use_first_pass shadow
nullok
account     required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so

Read the winbind man page for more info on this.

Create your smb.conf. Like this: (this is for a member server)

[global]
        workgroup = DOMAIN
        netbios name = MACHINE
        domain admin group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Admins"
        domain guest group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Guests"
	  guest account = DOMAIN\Guest
        security = domain
        encrypt passwords = yes
        password server = PDC name
        local master = no
        domain master = no
        preferred master = no
        winbind uid = 10000-20000
        winbind gid = 10000-20000
	  wins server = WINS IP
        dns proxy = no

Now join the domain:

$ smbpasswd -r PDC -j DOMAIN -UAdministrator

You should be told you joined the domain.

After that, start smbd, nmbd and winbindd. That should do.

Come back if you have any problems.

Cheers
Gustavo

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2001 15:04
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Subject: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


Greetings all;

First, thanks to everyone who helped me to get my samba server up and
running in my NT4 domain.

Second, the problem that I am having now is that I cannot assign permissions
to any of the resources that are located on the samba server.  When I look
at the permissions tab from an NT4 box, it shows everyone, and then two
entries for \server\root.  When I click add, it shows some groups, but only
from the samba server.  Not from my nt domain.  Looking at samba.org, it
looks like I might have to load winbind in order to import all of my nt
groups.  Has anyone else had to do this, or am I missing something?  

I'm VERY new to Linux, so any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Marty Nelson

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First off a little bit of background... we killed our last operational NT
server back 4 months ago. We run a WAN of aproximatly 30 offices
each containing a samba 2.0.x server... Each remote server operates under
it's own workgroup (specific to that office and provides domain logon
services to win9x clients. These remote sambas then forward the password
request via

     Security = server
     Password Server = 192.168.7.243

If the user account doesn't exist on the remote samba it is automagically
created via the adduser script....

The basic topology is each office has a Workgroup domain and a samba server
that managed that domain however these samba servers forward authentication
to a master samba password server. This master password server is running
2.0.7.

Our issue is the new release of nt2000 which of course doesn't like
anything overlly much... We have set up samba 2.2.1a in a new office with
nt2000 machines. We manually joined the machine to the domain for this new
office...  REMOTEDOMAIN and for user accounts that are setup
on this remote server nt2000 logs in perfectly... The password server uses
the Workgroup/domain MASTERDOMAIN.

If the account does not exist on the remote samba machine  NT2000 responds
with "The system could not log you on. Make sure the Username and password
are correct" instead of forwarding the request properly to the 2.0.7
machine.  The following log entries are generated b the REMOTEDOMAIN SAMBA.

Aug 15 12:02:04 sgateyoung smbd[11783]: [2001/08/15 12:02:04, 0]
rpc_server/srv_netlog.c:api_net_sam_logon(208)
Aug 15 12:02:04 sgateyoung smbd[11783]:   api_net_sam_logon: Failed to
marshall NET_R_SAM_LOGON.
Aug 15 12:02:04 sgateyoung smbd[11783]: [2001/08/15 12:02:04, 0]
rpc_server/srv_pipe.c:api_rpcTNP(1215)
Aug 15 12:02:04 sgateyoung smbd[11783]:   api_rpcTNP: api_netlog_rpc:
NET_SAMLOGON failed.

The password server lists some protocal negotiation stuff for the
REMOTEDOMAIN machine and there are no entries for the w2k machine.

Any suggestions on how to get this to work?



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Mica Currie
Systems Analyst, Barton Insurance Brokers
Email: mcurrie at barton.ca
Ph: (604) 824-5005
Fax: (604) 858-4063
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This is a browser issue. (Not web browser). The 'browser' in MS parlance
means the machine that handles the browse lists for Network Neighborhood.
This 'browse master' is elected by all the Windows machines and the winner
is determined by OS type, capabilities of the machine and whether or not
it's a PDC.

To make a long story short. If you have an NT PDC, make sure it's the browse
master. Set the OS number setting (and I am not sitting near a samba box to
check the actual name) to be 0 on the samba box. If the samba box _is_ the
PDC, set the number to be something really high, like 60 or so. That will
make sure it will win the election every time.


-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]On Behalf Of Josie Synesael
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We have a D/G Unix server running  samba, and there seems to be a huge
bottle neck when it comes to transferring data, or when trying to browse
the Unix box from the NT server. The NT machine continues to report this
error as well.
"The master browser has received a server announcement from the computer
MyBDC that believes that it is the master browser for the domain on
transport NetBT_NETFLX1. The master browser is stopping or an election is
being forced."
Is this error related to samba? and if so, why, and would this cause
confusion between the NT and samba and create a bottleneck?
Thanks,
Aaron

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Problem solved! Thank you.

-----Original Message-----
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Hello list...
 
I can still access the browser-based SWAT.
 
Cannot restart nmdb from Status.
 
 
Appreciate any help.
 
Just started this group so - sorry if I missed any earlier postings to this
topic.
 
 
Alan
 

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Hi,

Is it possible to have a SAMBA NT PDC that accepts plain text passwords
for machine accounts?

I have managed to get encrypted passwords to work with the PDC and
plaintext passwords to work for file sharing (by modifying the NT
registry) - idependantly ofcourse.

What I want is a SAMBA PDC that accepts plain text passwords.  A less
satisfactory option would be to have WIN95 PCs that can send encrypted
passwords.    Can anyone help me with these?  Preferably the first
option.

thanks
Matt.

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hello,

i tried to join with my samba-server a nt-domain(win2k)
first i created an accout on the pdc (i only create him, ist there anything
what i must do to? and what i must set in the field who can add the pc to the
domain?.. i set it to everyone ... .. okai ..

then i tried to use smbpasswd -j domainname (as root)

and it doesn't work

this is the error message:

cli_net_auth2: Error NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED
cli_nt_setup_creds: auth2 challenge failed
modify_trust_password: unable to setup the PDC credentials to machine
IFL003. Error was : NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED.
2001/08/16 09:29:34 : change_trust_account_password: Failed to change
password for domain IFL.
Unable to join domain IFL. 


i hope anyone can help me *g*

sorry for my "bad" english ... but i hope you could read it *g*

cu heiny

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>Is it possible to have a SAMBA NT PDC that accepts plain text passwords
>for machine accounts?

No,  that is simply not possible.

>I have managed to get encrypted passwords to work with the PDC and
>plaintext passwords to work for file sharing (by modifying the NT
>registry) - idependantly ofcourse.

A PDC ***requires*** encrypted passwords.

>What I want is a SAMBA PDC that accepts plain text passwords.  A less
>satisfactory option would be to have WIN95 PCs that can send encrypted
>passwords.    Can anyone help me with these?  Preferably the first
>option.

Win9x shouldn't have any problem authenticating to a Samba server using
encrypted passwords.

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Hello

Did you specify the PDC when using the smbpasswd command?

The command should go:

smbpasswd -j (Domain) -r (PDC Name)

without quotations.

For example, to join  a domain called Canada with a PDC called Toronto, you
would type

smbpasswd -j Canada -r Toronto

That should do it.

Let me know how it goes (Of course, you have to create the comuter account
on the PDC first, but it looks as though you have already done this)

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> hello,
>
> i tried to join with my samba-server a nt-domain(win2k)
> first i created an accout on the pdc (i only create him, ist there
anything
> what i must do to? and what i must set in the field who can add the pc to
the
> domain?.. i set it to everyone ... .. okai ..
>
> then i tried to use smbpasswd -j domainname (as root)
>
> and it doesn't work
>
> this is the error message:
>
> cli_net_auth2: Error NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED
> cli_nt_setup_creds: auth2 challenge failed
> modify_trust_password: unable to setup the PDC credentials to machine
> IFL003. Error was : NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED.
> 2001/08/16 09:29:34 : change_trust_account_password: Failed to change
> password for domain IFL.
> Unable to join domain IFL.
>
>
> i hope anyone can help me *g*
>
> sorry for my "bad" english ... but i hope you could read it *g*
>
> cu heiny
>
> --
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Hi, We already setup a file server with samba 2.2.1a but we can't use the
SWAT tool.

Do you have any idea when will be fixed?

Also, we joined the DOMAIN with a WINDOWS XP client but when we tried to
logon , we can't. It's samba 2.2.1a compatible with WINDOWS XP ?


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Hello everybody.

I know thats a Samba NT-Dom Mailing list, but I got a problem with
exchange server 2000.

I thought some people here know much about this too!

However:

The Problem is:

I installed windows2000 and Backoffice2000 with exchsrvr2000. All is
fine, but how can I get my old mailboxes and emails, contacts etc...
from the old 5.5 Information storage file (priv.edb and pub.edb) into
the 2000er Server?

Plz help!

Thanks!

Andrew

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Folks,

Not that I've been very active on this list recently anyways, but I
have been monitoring it looking for bug reports.

Just to give you some information on the life of the list.
Samba-ntdom was originally started to develop, test,
and debug the NT domain functionality when Luke started on it
way back in 1.9.18 or something.  Several years later, the nt domain
control functionality has become mainstream in Samba 2.2.  There
are still features to be implemented which we will continue to
work on.  However, the main reason for samba-ntdom seems to have
run its course and the main samba list possesses a plethora
of NT domain related questions now.

I am not saying that the list will cease to exist in any shape,
form, or fashion.  And the only reason for sending this message
is to announce our intention to coordinate more on the
samba at samba.org list.  People may continue to use this list
for as long as you please.  However, with my unsubscription, there
is only one samba team member remaining on samba-ntdom.  I'm
saying this so you will know why we may be less than responsive
to problems posted here.  It's because we will not see them for
the most part.  Please coordinate general questions that you wish
for us to see on the main samba mailing list and any development
efforts should be posted to samba-technical.

Here are some ball park subscription numbers in case anyone
is curious.
				non-digested		digest
	Samba			1567			3313
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finally, I would like to thank each an every one of you for helping
to make Samba what it is today.  Without the community of users
supporting us, we could have never achieved the status we currently
hold.  We (I) look forward to a continued, working relationship
as Samba evolves. :-)





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To all,
    I would just like to know if anyone has successfully added networked
printers to the Samba server so that users can access them.  Also has any
added the correct logon.bat entried to have local users verify that they have
all the necessary files needed to print to one or many network printers.  I
would greatly appreciate any help in this problem that you can offer me..

Thank you in advance,

Michael Cerreto
Network Admin Integrator
Ecole des Mines
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France
cerreto at enstimac.fr

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----- Original Message -----
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To all,
    I would just like to know if anyone has successfully added networked
printers to the Samba server so that users can access them.  Also has any
added the correct logon.bat entried to have local users verify that they have
all the necessary files needed to print to one or many network printers.  I
would greatly appreciate any help in this problem that you can offer me..

Thank you in advance,

Michael Cerreto
Network Admin Integrator
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Albi, 81000
France
cerreto at enstimac.fr

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Hello,

I am trying to get winbind running on my RedHat Linux 7.1 server following
the directions below. When I get to the point in the directions where I need
to copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so I see that I do not have any
.so files in the source/nsswitch directory. I only have .h and .c files
there. Do I have to compile one of the .c or .h files in some way? I'm
pretty new to Linux so any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Scott

-----Original Message-----
From: Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]
[mailto:gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 2:45 PM
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Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


Hi,

Grab the latest SAMBA_2_2 cvs source.

$ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot login
(pass is 'cvs')

$ cvs -z9 -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot co -r SAMBA_2_2 samba

This command will download the source from the cvs server in a 'samba'
folder in your current directory. Then you enter samba/source and run
configure/make/make install.

After that, you should copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so to
/lib/libnss_winbind.so.2 and samba/source/nsswitch/pam_winbind.so to
/lib/security/.

Change /etc/nsswitch.conf. Add 'winbind' to the passwd and groups lines.

Change /etc/pam.d/passwd to this: (this will only allow access to resources
in your linux box, not domain user logon to the samba box)

auth        required    /lib/security/pam_securetty.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_nologin.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so use_first_pass shadow
nullok
account     required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so

Read the winbind man page for more info on this.

Create your smb.conf. Like this: (this is for a member server)

[global]
        workgroup = DOMAIN
        netbios name = MACHINE
        domain admin group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Admins"
        domain guest group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Guests"
	  guest account = DOMAIN\Guest
        security = domain
        encrypt passwords = yes
        password server = PDC name
        local master = no
        domain master = no
        preferred master = no
        winbind uid = 10000-20000
        winbind gid = 10000-20000
	  wins server = WINS IP
        dns proxy = no

Now join the domain:

$ smbpasswd -r PDC -j DOMAIN -UAdministrator

You should be told you joined the domain.

After that, start smbd, nmbd and winbindd. That should do.

Come back if you have any problems.

Cheers
Gustavo

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2001 15:04
To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Subject: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


Greetings all;

First, thanks to everyone who helped me to get my samba server up and
running in my NT4 domain.

Second, the problem that I am having now is that I cannot assign permissions
to any of the resources that are located on the samba server.  When I look
at the permissions tab from an NT4 box, it shows everyone, and then two
entries for \server\root.  When I click add, it shows some groups, but only
from the samba server.  Not from my nt domain.  Looking at samba.org, it
looks like I might have to load winbind in order to import all of my nt
groups.  Has anyone else had to do this, or am I missing something?  

I'm VERY new to Linux, so any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Marty Nelson


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Hi there,
Firs of all, if you are using Samba 2.2.x, there is a [print$]
share which automates download of correct drivers to Windows
clients. Recommended reading is
http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/packages/samba/docs/htmldocs/Samba-HOWTO-Coll
ection.html#PRINTING
Then, if you have RedHat 7.1 (and, probably, other versions) you
have to check if your printers spool directory (sd=) is not the
same as your Samba spool defined as, say,
[Printer1]
...
path = /var/spool/samba #(chmod 1777 on it)
...
or your Windows clients won't be able to print. Next, you need to upload
drivers for your printer to Samba side as described in the above
mentioned
document, and when client install the printer driver will be
downloaded to him on a fly. However, I tried this, and it works,
but only for ONE printer at a time. For a second printer, I had to
remove drivers and then upload a next one, and have clients to install
this next printer right thereafter. Again, in the doc above there is
a workaround suggested, but I did not tried it yet. Here's my config
---------------
[global]...
	load printers = Yes
	printcap name = /etc/printcap
	admin users = admin
	printer admin = admin, @admin
	...
[print$]
	path = /var/spool/printers
	write list = admin, @admin
[Network Printer]
	comment = LaserJet 6L PCL
	printable = Yes
	print command = ( /usr/bin/lpr -P%p %s; rm %s )
	lpq command = /usr/bin/lpq  -P%p
	lprm command = /usr/bin/lprm -P%p %j
	lppause command = /usr/sbin/lpc hold %p %j
	lpresume command = /usr/sbin/lpc release %p %j
	queuepause command = /usr/sbin/lpc  -P%p stop
	queueresume command = /usr/sbin/lpc -P%p start
----------
In /etc/printcap I just use generic lp since there is no need
to print from Linux side. However, if you need this, you must
set up a filter for non-PS printer, but use it selectively
since PCL formatting is already done on Windows clients :&)

Hope this may be helpful, but I am not an expert in the logon
scripting area.

Regards,
Roman Kozello
NPP Belsoft, Inc.                        mailto:rkoz at belsoft.by

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To all,
    I would just like to know if anyone has successfully added networked
printers to the Samba server so that users can access them.  Also has
any
added the correct logon.bat entried to have local users verify that they
have
all the necessary files needed to print to one or many network printers.
I
would greatly appreciate any help in this problem that you can offer
me..

Thank you in advance,

Michael Cerreto
Network Admin Integrator
Ecole des Mines
Albi, 81000
France
cerreto at enstimac.fr

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I'm rather new to Samba and I'm running samba 2.2.1a on FreeBSD 4.1
and
trying to set up my samba server as the PDC in a small network with
several windows 2000 workstations. I do not have any existing windows
NT PDCs running. I have read the online documentation, and Samba
Unleashed. I have configured smb.conf as follows (like the
instructions at samba.org specify):

[global]
netbios name = mail
workgroup = borderpatrolclan.net
os level = 64
preferred master = Yes
domain master = Yes
local master = Yes
security = user
encrypt passwords = Yes
domain logons = Yes
password server = *
logon path = \\mail\profiles\%u
logon drive = H:
logon home = \\mail\home\%u
[netlogon]
path = /usr/local/samba/lib/netlogon
writeable = no
write list = root,jason

[profiles]
path = /export/smb/ntprofile
writeable = yes
create mask = 0600
directory mask = 0700

[homes]
read only = No
browseable = No

[web]
path = /usr/local/www/data
read only = No
guest ok = No

[mail]
path = /
read only = No
borwseable = Yes
guest ok = No

I have created the machine trust account and added it to the smbpasswd
file. Everything is in order according to what I have read (and, the
shares work fine).
When I try to join the domain using the following command I get the
following error:

mail# smbpasswd -j borderpatrolclan.net
2001/08/15 13:31:22 : change_trust_account_password: Failed to change
password for domain BORDERPATROLCLAN.NET.
Unable to join domain BORDERPATROLCLAN.NET.

I have tried a number of different ways to solve this problem but have
been unsuccessful. I hope someone can help me figure this out (what I
have done wrong or haven't done). I'll provide more info if needed (I
hope I have been thorough enough.
Thanks,
Jason

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Please correct me if I'm wrong, but if you are the PDC you don't have to
join the domain. Ie. if MAIL is the PDC you don't have to join MAIL to the
DOMAIN.

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I'm rather new to Samba and I'm running samba 2.2.1a on FreeBSD 4.1
and
trying to set up my samba server as the PDC in a small network with
several windows 2000 workstations. I do not have any existing windows
NT PDCs running. I have read the online documentation, and Samba
Unleashed. I have configured smb.conf as follows (like the
instructions at samba.org specify):

[global]
netbios name = mail
workgroup = borderpatrolclan.net
os level = 64
preferred master = Yes
domain master = Yes
local master = Yes
security = user
encrypt passwords = Yes
domain logons = Yes
password server = *
logon path = \\mail\profiles\%u
logon drive = H:
logon home = \\mail\home\%u
[netlogon]
path = /usr/local/samba/lib/netlogon
writeable = no
write list = root,jason

[profiles]
path = /export/smb/ntprofile
writeable = yes
create mask = 0600
directory mask = 0700

[homes]
read only = No
browseable = No

[web]
path = /usr/local/www/data
read only = No
guest ok = No

[mail]
path = /
read only = No
borwseable = Yes
guest ok = No

I have created the machine trust account and added it to the smbpasswd
file. Everything is in order according to what I have read (and, the
shares work fine).
When I try to join the domain using the following command I get the
following error:

mail# smbpasswd -j borderpatrolclan.net
2001/08/15 13:31:22 : change_trust_account_password: Failed to change
password for domain BORDERPATROLCLAN.NET.
Unable to join domain BORDERPATROLCLAN.NET.

I have tried a number of different ways to solve this problem but have
been unsuccessful. I hope someone can help me figure this out (what I
have done wrong or haven't done). I'll provide more info if needed (I
hope I have been thorough enough.
Thanks,
Jason

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Maybe doing a 'make nsswitch' will create it...

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Hello,

I am trying to get winbind running on my RedHat Linux 7.1 server following
the directions below. When I get to the point in the directions where I need
to copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so I see that I do not have any
.so files in the source/nsswitch directory. I only have .h and .c files
there. Do I have to compile one of the .c or .h files in some way? I'm
pretty new to Linux so any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Scott

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To: Marty Nelson
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Hi,

Grab the latest SAMBA_2_2 cvs source.

$ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot login
(pass is 'cvs')

$ cvs -z9 -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot co -r SAMBA_2_2 samba

This command will download the source from the cvs server in a 'samba'
folder in your current directory. Then you enter samba/source and run
configure/make/make install.

After that, you should copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so to
/lib/libnss_winbind.so.2 and samba/source/nsswitch/pam_winbind.so to
/lib/security/.

Change /etc/nsswitch.conf. Add 'winbind' to the passwd and groups lines.

Change /etc/pam.d/passwd to this: (this will only allow access to resources
in your linux box, not domain user logon to the samba box)

auth        required    /lib/security/pam_securetty.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_nologin.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so use_first_pass shadow
nullok
account     required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so

Read the winbind man page for more info on this.

Create your smb.conf. Like this: (this is for a member server)

[global]
        workgroup = DOMAIN
        netbios name = MACHINE
        domain admin group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Admins"
        domain guest group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Guests"
  guest account = DOMAIN\Guest
        security = domain
        encrypt passwords = yes
        password server = PDC name
        local master = no
        domain master = no
        preferred master = no
        winbind uid = 10000-20000
        winbind gid = 10000-20000
  wins server = WINS IP
        dns proxy = no

Now join the domain:

$ smbpasswd -r PDC -j DOMAIN -UAdministrator

You should be told you joined the domain.

After that, start smbd, nmbd and winbindd. That should do.

Come back if you have any problems.

Cheers
Gustavo

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From: Marty Nelson [mailto:MNelson at Transdyn.com]
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To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Subject: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


Greetings all;

First, thanks to everyone who helped me to get my samba server up and
running in my NT4 domain.

Second, the problem that I am having now is that I cannot assign permissions
to any of the resources that are located on the samba server.  When I look
at the permissions tab from an NT4 box, it shows everyone, and then two
entries for \server\root.  When I click add, it shows some groups, but only
from the samba server.  Not from my nt domain.  Looking at samba.org, it
looks like I might have to load winbind in order to import all of my nt
groups.  Has anyone else had to do this, or am I missing something?

I'm VERY new to Linux, so any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Marty Nelson


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Greetings,

I'm having problems with my samba services.  What I'm trying to do is 'map' a
drive from my linux server to a machine on my NT domain.  I get authentication
errors and it says access denied.  I believe this may be because it's getting
confused on what domain\username to use so in my smbmount statement for
username I put [domain]\[username] in the username argument but still I got
authentication errors.  I dont' know much of what I'm doing (when it comes to
linux) here and would appreciate some pity.  My Linux server can ping NetBIOS
names from my NT domain ... does this mean samba is at least somewhat
functioning?

Matt Anderson
MCSE, CNE, CCNA, Network+
Network Engineer
Maly's Corporate Headquarters
(616) 956-2246

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if you are using SAMBA_2_2 from CVS winbind now compiles by default and the
libnss_winbind.so and pam_winbind.so files are left in the source/nsswitch
directory. 

if not, then you might want to try grabbing a fresh cvs of the branch and run
'make clean' before runnning configure, make, make install.

this has worked for me [using VA Enhanced Red hat 6.2.4...] on three test boxes
so far [mixed results from winbind but i think that is a local networking
issue...]

good luck

paul s



>>> M. Kilroy 08/16 12:42 PM >>>
Maybe doing a 'make nsswitch' will create it...

----- Original Message -----
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To: "'Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]'" <gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com>
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Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 11:11 AM
Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


Hello,

I am trying to get winbind running on my RedHat Linux 7.1 server following
the directions below. When I get to the point in the directions where I need
to copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so I see that I do not have any
.so files in the source/nsswitch directory. I only have .h and .c files
there. Do I have to compile one of the .c or .h files in some way? I'm
pretty new to Linux so any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Scott

-----Original Message-----
From: Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]
[mailto:gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 2:45 PM
To: Marty Nelson
Cc: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org 
Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


Hi,

Grab the latest SAMBA_2_2 cvs source.

$ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot login
(pass is 'cvs')

$ cvs -z9 -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot co -r SAMBA_2_2 samba

This command will download the source from the cvs server in a 'samba'
folder in your current directory. Then you enter samba/source and run
configure/make/make install.

After that, you should copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so to
/lib/libnss_winbind.so.2 and samba/source/nsswitch/pam_winbind.so to
/lib/security/.

Change /etc/nsswitch.conf. Add 'winbind' to the passwd and groups lines.

Change /etc/pam.d/passwd to this: (this will only allow access to resources
in your linux box, not domain user logon to the samba box)

auth        required    /lib/security/pam_securetty.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_nologin.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
auth        required    /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so use_first_pass shadow
nullok
account     required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so

Read the winbind man page for more info on this.

Create your smb.conf. Like this: (this is for a member server)

[global]
        workgroup = DOMAIN
        netbios name = MACHINE
        domain admin group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Admins"
        domain guest group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Guests"
  guest account = DOMAIN\Guest
        security = domain
        encrypt passwords = yes
        password server = PDC name
        local master = no
        domain master = no
        preferred master = no
        winbind uid = 10000-20000
        winbind gid = 10000-20000
  wins server = WINS IP
        dns proxy = no

Now join the domain:

$ smbpasswd -r PDC -j DOMAIN -UAdministrator

You should be told you joined the domain.

After that, start smbd, nmbd and winbindd. That should do.

Come back if you have any problems.

Cheers
Gustavo

-----Original Message-----
From: Marty Nelson [mailto:MNelson at Transdyn.com] 
Sent: quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2001 15:04
To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org 
Subject: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


Greetings all;

First, thanks to everyone who helped me to get my samba server up and
running in my NT4 domain.

Second, the problem that I am having now is that I cannot assign permissions
to any of the resources that are located on the samba server.  When I look
at the permissions tab from an NT4 box, it shows everyone, and then two
entries for \server\root.  When I click add, it shows some groups, but only
from the samba server.  Not from my nt domain.  Looking at samba.org, it
looks like I might have to load winbind in order to import all of my nt
groups.  Has anyone else had to do this, or am I missing something?

I'm VERY new to Linux, so any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Marty Nelson


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I am wondering if there is a way to run two domains on one subnet.  I
currently have an NT4 PDC for DOMAIN1.  I would like to run my Samba
machine (which is currently running as a file server only) as a PDC for
DOMAIN2.

If this can be done, I guess the critical settings are going to be the
ones for os level, preferred master, local master, and domain master.
Does anyone know the right mix for these settings?  I am thinking that 

os level = 60
domain master = yes
preferred master = no
local master = no

would work.  But, I know I'm going to foul up browsing for DOMAIN1 if I
do this wrong.

Please respond by e-mail as I do not actively monitor the listserv.

AJ Bostian

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On Thu, 16 Aug 2001, AJ Bostian wrote:

> I am wondering if there is a way to run two domains on one subnet.  I
> currently have an NT4 PDC for DOMAIN1.  I would like to run my Samba
> machine (which is currently running as a file server only) as a PDC for
> DOMAIN2.
>
> If this can be done, I guess the critical settings are going to be the
> ones for os level, preferred master, local master, and domain master.
> Does anyone know the right mix for these settings?  I am thinking that
>
> os level = 60
> domain master = yes
> preferred master = no
> local master = no
>
> would work.  But, I know I'm going to foul up browsing for DOMAIN1 if I
> do this wrong.
>
> Please respond by e-mail as I do not actively monitor the listserv.

If I'm not mistaken, a master browser is master for only that domain.  In
any case, I've run an NT PDC for DOMAIN1 and a samba PDC for DOMAIN2 in
parallel for long stretches with no problems.

--
Michael D. Jurney
mike at jurney.org

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we have this setup here.
 nt4.0 server
plus
 samba 2.2.1a
both servers drive a domain in the same subnet
(means that we have 2 different domains in one subnet).

no problem.

niki w. waibel - system administrator @ newlogic technologies ag

On 16-Aug-2001 AJ Bostian wrote:
> I am wondering if there is a way to run two domains on one subnet.  I
> currently have an NT4 PDC for DOMAIN1.  I would like to run my Samba
> machine (which is currently running as a file server only) as a PDC for
> DOMAIN2.
> 
> If this can be done, I guess the critical settings are going to be the
> ones for os level, preferred master, local master, and domain master.
> Does anyone know the right mix for these settings?  I am thinking that 
> 
> os level = 60
> domain master = yes
> preferred master = no
> local master = no
> 
> would work.  But, I know I'm going to foul up browsing for DOMAIN1 if I
> do this wrong.
> 
> Please respond by e-mail as I do not actively monitor the listserv.
> 
> AJ Bostian

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Is your samba system a domain member or is it authenticating names locally
as a stand alone? Also is it in the same domain that your workstation is in?

		Aaron Meyer

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 11:40 AM
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Subject: 'map' drives from linux to nt w/ smbmount


Greetings,

I'm having problems with my samba services.  What I'm trying to do is 'map'
a
drive from my linux server to a machine on my NT domain.  I get
authentication
errors and it says access denied.  I believe this may be because it's
getting
confused on what domain\username to use so in my smbmount statement for
username I put [domain]\[username] in the username argument but still I got
authentication errors.  I dont' know much of what I'm doing (when it comes
to
linux) here and would appreciate some pity.  My Linux server can ping
NetBIOS
names from my NT domain ... does this mean samba is at least somewhat
functioning?

Matt Anderson
MCSE, CNE, CCNA, Network+
Network Engineer
Maly's Corporate Headquarters
(616) 956-2246

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I did not make a computer account in my NT domain for my samba server ... is
this something that I need to do?  I was debating whether or not I should
and I didn't know so I didn't.  Is there a way I can add it to my NT domain
from the linux server itself?  I want to have everything in the same domain
... we have a very small network here at work.

But what I would like to eventually get set up is having samba systems
acting as BDC's for our remote locations.  (We have 23 remote locations with
just a handful of PC's at each location.)  Currently our remote locations
are set up as workgroups so I lack a certain amount of control over them.  I
want to be able to set up push/pull relationships from the PDC to these
'samba BDC's' ... is this possible to do?  I assume I could do it through
server manager like they were normal BDC's.  I'd prefer to throw NT 4.0
servers out there built as BDC's but then I'd have to spend some ungodly
amount of company money and there is no way they'd approve it ... plus then
it'd cut into profit sharing andI can't have that happening now can I ?;).
----- Original Message -----
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> Is your samba system a domain member or is it authenticating names locally
> as a stand alone? Also is it in the same domain that your workstation is
in?
>
> Aaron Meyer
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matt Anderson [mailto:manderson at malys-midwest.com]
> Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 11:40 AM
> To: samba
> Subject: 'map' drives from linux to nt w/ smbmount
>
>
> Greetings,
>
> I'm having problems with my samba services.  What I'm trying to do is
'map'
> a
> drive from my linux server to a machine on my NT domain.  I get
> authentication
> errors and it says access denied.  I believe this may be because it's
> getting
> confused on what domain\username to use so in my smbmount statement for
> username I put [domain]\[username] in the username argument but still I
got
> authentication errors.  I dont' know much of what I'm doing (when it comes
> to
> linux) here and would appreciate some pity.  My Linux server can ping
> NetBIOS
> names from my NT domain ... does this mean samba is at least somewhat
> functioning?
>
> Matt Anderson
> MCSE, CNE, CCNA, Network+
> Network Engineer
> Maly's Corporate Headquarters
> (616) 956-2246

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intrestingly enough pam_winbind.so isnt compiling on my fresh CVS download
as of 10:31am PST, though libnss_winbind.so is compiling by the default make
command

-kenneth

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Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 10:05 AM
Subject: Re: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


> if you are using SAMBA_2_2 from CVS winbind now compiles by default and
the
> libnss_winbind.so and pam_winbind.so files are left in the source/nsswitch
> directory.
>
> if not, then you might want to try grabbing a fresh cvs of the branch and
run
> 'make clean' before runnning configure, make, make install.
>
> this has worked for me [using VA Enhanced Red hat 6.2.4...] on three test
boxes
> so far [mixed results from winbind but i think that is a local networking
> issue...]
>
> good luck
>
> paul s
>
>
>
> >>> M. Kilroy 08/16 12:42 PM >>>
> Maybe doing a 'make nsswitch' will create it...
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Scott Eicher" <Scott.Eicher at e-Profile.com>
> To: "'Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]'" <gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com>
> Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 11:11 AM
> Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Hello,
>
> I am trying to get winbind running on my RedHat Linux 7.1 server following
> the directions below. When I get to the point in the directions where I
need
> to copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so I see that I do not have
any
> .so files in the source/nsswitch directory. I only have .h and .c files
> there. Do I have to compile one of the .c or .h files in some way? I'm
> pretty new to Linux so any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Scott
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]
> [mailto:gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 2:45 PM
> To: Marty Nelson
> Cc: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Grab the latest SAMBA_2_2 cvs source.
>
> $ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot login
> (pass is 'cvs')
>
> $ cvs -z9 -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot co -r SAMBA_2_2 samba
>
> This command will download the source from the cvs server in a 'samba'
> folder in your current directory. Then you enter samba/source and run
> configure/make/make install.
>
> After that, you should copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so to
> /lib/libnss_winbind.so.2 and samba/source/nsswitch/pam_winbind.so to
> /lib/security/.
>
> Change /etc/nsswitch.conf. Add 'winbind' to the passwd and groups lines.
>
> Change /etc/pam.d/passwd to this: (this will only allow access to
resources
> in your linux box, not domain user logon to the samba box)
>
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_securetty.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_nologin.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so use_first_pass shadow
> nullok
> account     required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
>
> Read the winbind man page for more info on this.
>
> Create your smb.conf. Like this: (this is for a member server)
>
> [global]
>         workgroup = DOMAIN
>         netbios name = MACHINE
>         domain admin group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Admins"
>         domain guest group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Guests"
>   guest account = DOMAIN\Guest
>         security = domain
>         encrypt passwords = yes
>         password server = PDC name
>         local master = no
>         domain master = no
>         preferred master = no
>         winbind uid = 10000-20000
>         winbind gid = 10000-20000
>   wins server = WINS IP
>         dns proxy = no
>
> Now join the domain:
>
> $ smbpasswd -r PDC -j DOMAIN -UAdministrator
>
> You should be told you joined the domain.
>
> After that, start smbd, nmbd and winbindd. That should do.
>
> Come back if you have any problems.
>
> Cheers
> Gustavo
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marty Nelson [mailto:MNelson at Transdyn.com]
> Sent: quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2001 15:04
> To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Greetings all;
>
> First, thanks to everyone who helped me to get my samba server up and
> running in my NT4 domain.
>
> Second, the problem that I am having now is that I cannot assign
permissions
> to any of the resources that are located on the samba server.  When I look
> at the permissions tab from an NT4 box, it shows everyone, and then two
> entries for \server\root.  When I click add, it shows some groups, but
only
> from the samba server.  Not from my nt domain.  Looking at samba.org, it
> looks like I might have to load winbind in order to import all of my nt
> groups.  Has anyone else had to do this, or am I missing something?
>
> I'm VERY new to Linux, so any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Marty Nelson
>
>
>
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Likewise.  But if you type make nsswitch/pam_winbind.so it does...don't
think that's the plan, though.

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"Kenneth Hadley" <khadley at mcselph.com>@lists.samba.org on 08/16/2001
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intrestingly enough pam_winbind.so isnt compiling on my fresh CVS download
as of 10:31am PST, though libnss_winbind.so is compiling by the default
make
command

-kenneth

----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Sanders" <sanders_p at univerahealthcare.com>
To: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 10:05 AM
Subject: Re: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


> if you are using SAMBA_2_2 from CVS winbind now compiles by default and
the
> libnss_winbind.so and pam_winbind.so files are left in the
source/nsswitch
> directory.
>
> if not, then you might want to try grabbing a fresh cvs of the branch and
run
> 'make clean' before runnning configure, make, make install.
>
> this has worked for me [using VA Enhanced Red hat 6.2.4...] on three test
boxes
> so far [mixed results from winbind but i think that is a local networking
> issue...]
>
> good luck
>
> paul s
>
>
>
> >>> M. Kilroy 08/16 12:42 PM >>>
> Maybe doing a 'make nsswitch' will create it...
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Scott Eicher" <Scott.Eicher at e-Profile.com>
> To: "'Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]'" <gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com>
> Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 11:11 AM
> Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Hello,
>
> I am trying to get winbind running on my RedHat Linux 7.1 server
following
> the directions below. When I get to the point in the directions where I
need
> to copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so I see that I do not have
any
> .so files in the source/nsswitch directory. I only have .h and .c files
> there. Do I have to compile one of the .c or .h files in some way? I'm
> pretty new to Linux so any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Scott
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]
> [mailto:gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 2:45 PM
> To: Marty Nelson
> Cc: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Grab the latest SAMBA_2_2 cvs source.
>
> $ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot login
> (pass is 'cvs')
>
> $ cvs -z9 -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot co -r SAMBA_2_2
samba
>
> This command will download the source from the cvs server in a 'samba'
> folder in your current directory. Then you enter samba/source and run
> configure/make/make install.
>
> After that, you should copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so to
> /lib/libnss_winbind.so.2 and samba/source/nsswitch/pam_winbind.so to
> /lib/security/.
>
> Change /etc/nsswitch.conf. Add 'winbind' to the passwd and groups lines.
>
> Change /etc/pam.d/passwd to this: (this will only allow access to
resources
> in your linux box, not domain user logon to the samba box)
>
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_securetty.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_nologin.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so use_first_pass shadow
> nullok
> account     required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
>
> Read the winbind man page for more info on this.
>
> Create your smb.conf. Like this: (this is for a member server)
>
> [global]
>         workgroup = DOMAIN
>         netbios name = MACHINE
>         domain admin group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Admins"
>         domain guest group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Guests"
>   guest account = DOMAIN\Guest
>         security = domain
>         encrypt passwords = yes
>         password server = PDC name
>         local master = no
>         domain master = no
>         preferred master = no
>         winbind uid = 10000-20000
>         winbind gid = 10000-20000
>   wins server = WINS IP
>         dns proxy = no
>
> Now join the domain:
>
> $ smbpasswd -r PDC -j DOMAIN -UAdministrator
>
> You should be told you joined the domain.
>
> After that, start smbd, nmbd and winbindd. That should do.
>
> Come back if you have any problems.
>
> Cheers
> Gustavo
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marty Nelson [mailto:MNelson at Transdyn.com]
> Sent: quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2001 15:04
> To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Greetings all;
>
> First, thanks to everyone who helped me to get my samba server up and
> running in my NT4 domain.
>
> Second, the problem that I am having now is that I cannot assign
permissions
> to any of the resources that are located on the samba server.  When I
look
> at the permissions tab from an NT4 box, it shows everyone, and then two
> entries for \server\root.  When I click add, it shows some groups, but
only
> from the samba server.  Not from my nt domain.  Looking at samba.org, it
> looks like I might have to load winbind in order to import all of my nt
> groups.  Has anyone else had to do this, or am I missing something?
>
> I'm VERY new to Linux, so any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Marty Nelson
>
>
>
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OK, Gustavo fixed this one for me as well...When you to your ./configure,
you have to include pam.  So the command would be ./configure --with-pam
that will  give you your pam_winbind.so file.  

Marty

-----Original Message-----
From: Kenneth Hadley [mailto:khadley at mcselph.com]
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To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
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intrestingly enough pam_winbind.so isnt compiling on my fresh CVS download
as of 10:31am PST, though libnss_winbind.so is compiling by the default make
command

-kenneth

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To: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 10:05 AM
Subject: Re: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


> if you are using SAMBA_2_2 from CVS winbind now compiles by default and
the
> libnss_winbind.so and pam_winbind.so files are left in the source/nsswitch
> directory.
>
> if not, then you might want to try grabbing a fresh cvs of the branch and
run
> 'make clean' before runnning configure, make, make install.
>
> this has worked for me [using VA Enhanced Red hat 6.2.4...] on three test
boxes
> so far [mixed results from winbind but i think that is a local networking
> issue...]
>
> good luck
>
> paul s
>
>
>
> >>> M. Kilroy 08/16 12:42 PM >>>
> Maybe doing a 'make nsswitch' will create it...
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Scott Eicher" <Scott.Eicher at e-Profile.com>
> To: "'Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]'" <gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com>
> Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 11:11 AM
> Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Hello,
>
> I am trying to get winbind running on my RedHat Linux 7.1 server following
> the directions below. When I get to the point in the directions where I
need
> to copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so I see that I do not have
any
> .so files in the source/nsswitch directory. I only have .h and .c files
> there. Do I have to compile one of the .c or .h files in some way? I'm
> pretty new to Linux so any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Scott
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]
> [mailto:gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 2:45 PM
> To: Marty Nelson
> Cc: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Grab the latest SAMBA_2_2 cvs source.
>
> $ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot login
> (pass is 'cvs')
>
> $ cvs -z9 -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot co -r SAMBA_2_2 samba
>
> This command will download the source from the cvs server in a 'samba'
> folder in your current directory. Then you enter samba/source and run
> configure/make/make install.
>
> After that, you should copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so to
> /lib/libnss_winbind.so.2 and samba/source/nsswitch/pam_winbind.so to
> /lib/security/.
>
> Change /etc/nsswitch.conf. Add 'winbind' to the passwd and groups lines.
>
> Change /etc/pam.d/passwd to this: (this will only allow access to
resources
> in your linux box, not domain user logon to the samba box)
>
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_securetty.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_nologin.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so use_first_pass shadow
> nullok
> account     required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
>
> Read the winbind man page for more info on this.
>
> Create your smb.conf. Like this: (this is for a member server)
>
> [global]
>         workgroup = DOMAIN
>         netbios name = MACHINE
>         domain admin group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Admins"
>         domain guest group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Guests"
>   guest account = DOMAIN\Guest
>         security = domain
>         encrypt passwords = yes
>         password server = PDC name
>         local master = no
>         domain master = no
>         preferred master = no
>         winbind uid = 10000-20000
>         winbind gid = 10000-20000
>   wins server = WINS IP
>         dns proxy = no
>
> Now join the domain:
>
> $ smbpasswd -r PDC -j DOMAIN -UAdministrator
>
> You should be told you joined the domain.
>
> After that, start smbd, nmbd and winbindd. That should do.
>
> Come back if you have any problems.
>
> Cheers
> Gustavo
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marty Nelson [mailto:MNelson at Transdyn.com]
> Sent: quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2001 15:04
> To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Greetings all;
>
> First, thanks to everyone who helped me to get my samba server up and
> running in my NT4 domain.
>
> Second, the problem that I am having now is that I cannot assign
permissions
> to any of the resources that are located on the samba server.  When I look
> at the permissions tab from an NT4 box, it shows everyone, and then two
> entries for \server\root.  When I click add, it shows some groups, but
only
> from the samba server.  Not from my nt domain.  Looking at samba.org, it
> looks like I might have to load winbind in order to import all of my nt
> groups.  Has anyone else had to do this, or am I missing something?
>
> I'm VERY new to Linux, so any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Marty Nelson
>
>
>
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Thanks all for giving me some help on this problem. If I downloaded the
source code from samba.org without using CVS could that give me this problem
as well? I couldn't get CVS working from my system so I just downloaded the
samba-latest.tar.gz from the website to work with. I'm going to try and get
CVS working and then try it again from the beginning. I think I'm going to
have to talk to our network comm. guy to let me through the firewall so I
can get to pserver.samba.org. I'll let you know how it goes.

Thanks again,
Scott

-----Original Message-----
From: Marty Nelson [mailto:MNelson at Transdyn.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 4:44 PM
To: Kenneth Hadley
Cc: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


OK, Gustavo fixed this one for me as well...When you to your ./configure,
you have to include pam.  So the command would be ./configure --with-pam
that will  give you your pam_winbind.so file.  

Marty

-----Original Message-----
From: Kenneth Hadley [mailto:khadley at mcselph.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 11:37 AM
To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


intrestingly enough pam_winbind.so isnt compiling on my fresh CVS download
as of 10:31am PST, though libnss_winbind.so is compiling by the default make
command

-kenneth

----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Sanders" <sanders_p at univerahealthcare.com>
To: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 10:05 AM
Subject: Re: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?


> if you are using SAMBA_2_2 from CVS winbind now compiles by default and
the
> libnss_winbind.so and pam_winbind.so files are left in the source/nsswitch
> directory.
>
> if not, then you might want to try grabbing a fresh cvs of the branch and
run
> 'make clean' before runnning configure, make, make install.
>
> this has worked for me [using VA Enhanced Red hat 6.2.4...] on three test
boxes
> so far [mixed results from winbind but i think that is a local networking
> issue...]
>
> good luck
>
> paul s
>
>
>
> >>> M. Kilroy 08/16 12:42 PM >>>
> Maybe doing a 'make nsswitch' will create it...
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Scott Eicher" <Scott.Eicher at e-Profile.com>
> To: "'Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]'" <gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com>
> Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 11:11 AM
> Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Hello,
>
> I am trying to get winbind running on my RedHat Linux 7.1 server following
> the directions below. When I get to the point in the directions where I
need
> to copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so I see that I do not have
any
> .so files in the source/nsswitch directory. I only have .h and .c files
> there. Do I have to compile one of the .c or .h files in some way? I'm
> pretty new to Linux so any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Scott
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]
> [mailto:gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 2:45 PM
> To: Marty Nelson
> Cc: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Grab the latest SAMBA_2_2 cvs source.
>
> $ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot login
> (pass is 'cvs')
>
> $ cvs -z9 -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot co -r SAMBA_2_2 samba
>
> This command will download the source from the cvs server in a 'samba'
> folder in your current directory. Then you enter samba/source and run
> configure/make/make install.
>
> After that, you should copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so to
> /lib/libnss_winbind.so.2 and samba/source/nsswitch/pam_winbind.so to
> /lib/security/.
>
> Change /etc/nsswitch.conf. Add 'winbind' to the passwd and groups lines.
>
> Change /etc/pam.d/passwd to this: (this will only allow access to
resources
> in your linux box, not domain user logon to the samba box)
>
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_securetty.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_nologin.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so use_first_pass shadow
> nullok
> account     required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
>
> Read the winbind man page for more info on this.
>
> Create your smb.conf. Like this: (this is for a member server)
>
> [global]
>         workgroup = DOMAIN
>         netbios name = MACHINE
>         domain admin group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Admins"
>         domain guest group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Guests"
>   guest account = DOMAIN\Guest
>         security = domain
>         encrypt passwords = yes
>         password server = PDC name
>         local master = no
>         domain master = no
>         preferred master = no
>         winbind uid = 10000-20000
>         winbind gid = 10000-20000
>   wins server = WINS IP
>         dns proxy = no
>
> Now join the domain:
>
> $ smbpasswd -r PDC -j DOMAIN -UAdministrator
>
> You should be told you joined the domain.
>
> After that, start smbd, nmbd and winbindd. That should do.
>
> Come back if you have any problems.
>
> Cheers
> Gustavo
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marty Nelson [mailto:MNelson at Transdyn.com]
> Sent: quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2001 15:04
> To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Greetings all;
>
> First, thanks to everyone who helped me to get my samba server up and
> running in my NT4 domain.
>
> Second, the problem that I am having now is that I cannot assign
permissions
> to any of the resources that are located on the samba server.  When I look
> at the permissions tab from an NT4 box, it shows everyone, and then two
> entries for \server\root.  When I click add, it shows some groups, but
only
> from the samba server.  Not from my nt domain.  Looking at samba.org, it
> looks like I might have to load winbind in order to import all of my nt
> groups.  Has anyone else had to do this, or am I missing something?
>
> I'm VERY new to Linux, so any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Marty Nelson
>
>
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Hi List,

I've gone through the archives to make sure this wasnt something simple but
couldnt find anything that was related to my problem or fixed it.  I have
compiled the latest HEAD source from CVS with winbind, acl and pam support.
My intentions are to use this machine for a file server in my Win2K domain.

I'm running the command 'smbpasswd -j CORP -r dc1 -U Administrator' to
attempt to join the domain.  I get this output:

[root at fs1 var]# smbpasswd -j CORP -r dc1 -U Administrator
Password:
cli_receive_trans: failed to enlarge buffercli_pipe: return critical error.
Error was code 0
cli_receive_trans: failed to enlarge buffercli_pipe: return critical error.
Error was code 0
error opening lsa policy handle: NT_STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL
Unable to join domain CORP.

I have verified my settings in smb.conf per some posts in the archives.  I
have also made an account in Active Directory Users & Computers.  Below I
have appended the output of smbpasswd with a debug level of 10.  Any
assistance would be much appreciated.

Best regards,
Mack Hooper
MIS Specialist
Meshnetworks, Inc.


added interface ip=10.0.0.8 bcast=10.0.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
added interface ip=10.0.0.9 bcast=10.0.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
Password:
cli_init_creds: user Administrator domain CORP flgs: 0
ntlmssp_cli_flgs:0
resolve_srv_name: dc1
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name dc1<0x20>
getlmhostsent: lmhost entry: 10.0.0.4 dc1
cli_establish_connection: FS1<00> connecting to DC1<20> (10.0.0.4) -
Administrator [CORP]
Connecting to 10.0.0.4 at port 139
socket option SO_KEEPALIVE = 0
socket option SO_REUSEADDR = 0
socket option SO_BROADCAST = 0
socket option TCP_NODELAY = 1
socket option IPTOS_LOWDELAY = 0
socket option IPTOS_THROUGHPUT = 0
socket option SO_SNDBUF = 16384
socket option SO_RCVBUF = 87380
socket option SO_SNDLOWAT = 1
socket option SO_RCVLOWAT = 1
socket option SO_SNDTIMEO = 0
socket option SO_RCVTIMEO = 0
write_socket(4,76)
write_socket(4,76) wrote 76
Sent session request
got smb length of 0
size=0
smb_com=0x0
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=0
smb_flg2=0
smb_tid=0
smb_pid=0
smb_uid=0
smb_mid=0
smt_wct=0
smb_bcc=0
write_socket(4,168)
write_socket(4,168) wrote 168
got smb length of 103
size=103
smb_com=0x72
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=1
smb_tid=0
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=0
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=17
smb_vwv[0]=7 (0x7)
smb_vwv[1]=32003 (0x7D03)
smb_vwv[2]=256 (0x100)
smb_vwv[3]=1024 (0x400)
smb_vwv[4]=65 (0x41)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=256 (0x100)
smb_vwv[7]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=64768 (0xFD00)
smb_vwv[10]=243 (0xF3)
smb_vwv[11]=28672 (0x7000)
smb_vwv[12]=21244 (0x52FC)
smb_vwv[13]=40456 (0x9E08)
smb_vwv[14]=49446 (0xC126)
smb_vwv[15]=61441 (0xF001)
smb_vwv[16]=2048 (0x800)
smb_bcc=34
[000] 93 7E 9F F5 7A B8 4B E2  4D 00 45 00 53 00 48 00  .~..z.K. M.E.S.H.
[010] 43 00 4F 00 52 00 50 00  00 00 44 00 43 00 31 00  C.O.R.P. ..D.C.1.
[020] 00 00                                             ..
size=103
smb_com=0x72
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=1
smb_tid=0
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=0
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=17
smb_vwv[0]=7 (0x7)
smb_vwv[1]=32003 (0x7D03)
smb_vwv[2]=256 (0x100)
smb_vwv[3]=1024 (0x400)
smb_vwv[4]=65 (0x41)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=256 (0x100)
smb_vwv[7]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=64768 (0xFD00)
smb_vwv[10]=243 (0xF3)
smb_vwv[11]=28672 (0x7000)
smb_vwv[12]=21244 (0x52FC)
smb_vwv[13]=40456 (0x9E08)
smb_vwv[14]=49446 (0xC126)
smb_vwv[15]=61441 (0xF001)
smb_vwv[16]=2048 (0x800)
smb_bcc=34
[000] 93 7E 9F F5 7A B8 4B E2  4D 00 45 00 53 00 48 00  .~..z.K. M.E.S.H.
[010] 43 00 4F 00 52 00 50 00  00 00 44 00 43 00 31 00  C.O.R.P. ..D.C.1.
[020] 00 00                                             ..
write_socket(4,174)
write_socket(4,174) wrote 174
got smb length of 133
size=133
smb_com=0x73
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=0
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=3
smb_vwv[0]=255 (0xFF)
smb_vwv[1]=133 (0x85)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=92
[000] 00 57 00 69 00 6E 00 64  00 6F 00 77 00 73 00 20  .W.i.n.d .o.w.s.
[010] 00 35 00 2E 00 30 00 00  00 57 00 69 00 6E 00 64  .5...0.. .W.i.n.d
[020] 00 6F 00 77 00 73 00 20  00 32 00 30 00 30 00 30  .o.w.s.  .2.0.0.0
[030] 00 20 00 4C 00 41 00 4E  00 20 00 4D 00 61 00 6E  . .L.A.N . .M.a.n
[040] 00 61 00 67 00 65 00 72  00 00 00 4D 00 45 00 53  .a.g.e.r ...M.E.S
[050] 00 48 00 43 00 4F 00 52  00 50 00 00              .H.C.O.R .P..
size=133
smb_com=0x73
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=0
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=3
smb_vwv[0]=255 (0xFF)
smb_vwv[1]=133 (0x85)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=92
[000] 00 57 00 69 00 6E 00 64  00 6F 00 77 00 73 00 20  .W.i.n.d .o.w.s.
[010] 00 35 00 2E 00 30 00 00  00 57 00 69 00 6E 00 64  .5...0.. .W.i.n.d
[020] 00 6F 00 77 00 73 00 20  00 32 00 30 00 30 00 30  .o.w.s.  .2.0.0.0
[030] 00 20 00 4C 00 41 00 4E  00 20 00 4D 00 61 00 6E  . .L.A.N . .M.a.n
[040] 00 61 00 67 00 65 00 72  00 00 00 4D 00 45 00 53  .a.g.e.r ...M.E.S
[050] 00 48 00 43 00 4F 00 52  00 50 00 00              .H.C.O.R .P..
session setup ok
Domain=[MESHCORP] OS=[Windows 5.0] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN Manager]
write_socket(4,74)
write_socket(4,74) wrote 74
got smb length of 48
size=48
smb_com=0x75
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=3
smb_vwv[0]=255 (0xFF)
smb_vwv[1]=48 (0x30)
smb_vwv[2]=1 (0x1)
smb_bcc=7
[000] 49 50 43 00 00 00 00                              IPC....
write_socket(4,104)
write_socket(4,104) wrote 104
got smb length of 103
size=103
smb_com=0xa2
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=34
smb_vwv[0]=255 (0xFF)
smb_vwv[1]=103 (0x67)
smb_vwv[2]=512 (0x200)
smb_vwv[3]=320 (0x140)
smb_vwv[4]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[7]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[10]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[11]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[12]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[13]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[14]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[15]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[16]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[17]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[18]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[19]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[20]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[21]=32768 (0x8000)
smb_vwv[22]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[23]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[24]=16 (0x10)
smb_vwv[25]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[26]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[27]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[28]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[29]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[30]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[31]=512 (0x200)
smb_vwv[32]=65280 (0xFF00)
smb_vwv[33]=5 (0x5)
smb_bcc=0
Bind RPC Pipe[4002]: \PIPE\lsarpc
Bind Abstract Syntax: [000] 78 57 34 12 34 12 CD AB  EF 00 01 23 45 67 89 AB
xW
4.4... ...#Eg..
[010] 00 00 00 00                                       ....
Bind Transfer Syntax: [000] 04 5D 88 8A EB 1C C9 11  9F E8 08 00 2B 10 48 60
.]
...... ....+.H`
[010] 02 00 00 00                                       ....
000000 smb_io_rpc_hdr hdr
    0000 major     : 05
    0001 minor     : 00
    0002 pkt_type  : 0b
    0003 flags     : 00
    0004 pack_type0: 10
    0005 pack_type1: 00
    0006 pack_type2: 00
    0007 pack_type3: 00
    0008 frag_len  : 0048
    000a auth_len  : 0000
    000c call_id   : 00000001
000010 smb_io_rpc_hdr_rb
    000010 smb_io_rpc_hdr_bba
        0010 max_tsize: 1630
        0012 max_rsize: 1630
        0014 assoc_gid: 00000000
    0018 num_elements: 00000001
    001c context_id  : 0000
    001e num_syntaxes: 01
    00001f smb_io_rpc_iface
        0020 data   : 12345778
        0024 data   : 1234
        0026 data   : abcd
        0028 data   : ef 00 01 23 45 67 89 ab
        0030 version: 00000000
    000034 smb_io_rpc_iface
        0034 data   : 8a885d04
        0038 data   : 1ceb
        003a data   : 11c9
        003c data   : 9f e8 08 00 2b 10 48 60
        0044 version: 00000002
rpc_api_pipe: cmd:26 fnum:4002
size=154
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=8
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=16
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=72 (0x48)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=72 (0x48)
smb_vwv[4]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[7]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[10]=82 (0x52)
smb_vwv[11]=72 (0x48)
smb_vwv[12]=82 (0x52)
smb_vwv[13]=2 (0x2)
smb_vwv[14]=38 (0x26)
smb_vwv[15]=16386 (0x4002)
smb_bcc=87
[000] 00 5C 00 50 00 49 00 50  00 45 00 5C 00 00 00 05  .\.P.I.P .E.\....
[010] 00 0B 00 10 00 00 00 48  00 00 00 01 00 00 00 30  .......H .......0
[020] 16 30 16 00 00 00 00 01  00 00 00 00 00 01 00 78  .0...... .......x
[030] 57 34 12 34 12 CD AB EF  00 01 23 45 67 89 AB 00  W4.4.... ..#Eg...
[040] 00 00 00 04 5D 88 8A EB  1C C9 11 9F E8 08 00 2B  ....]... .......+
[050] 10 48 60 02 00 00 00                              .H`....
write_socket(4,158)
write_socket(4,158) wrote 158
got smb length of 124
size=124
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=10
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[4]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[7]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=69
[000] 00 05 00 0C 03 10 00 00  00 44 00 00 00 01 00 00  ........ .D......
[010] 00 B8 10 B8 10 DC E3 03  00 0C 00 5C 50 49 50 45  ........ ...\PIPE
[020] 5C 6C 73 61 73 73 00 00  00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00  \lsass.. ........
[030] 00 04 5D 88 8A EB 1C C9  11 9F E8 08 00 2B 10 48  ..]..... .....+.H
[040] 60 02 00 00 00                                    `....
size=124
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=10
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[4]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[7]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=69
[000] 00 05 00 0C 03 10 00 00  00 44 00 00 00 01 00 00  ........ .D......
[010] 00 B8 10 B8 10 DC E3 03  00 0C 00 5C 50 49 50 45  ........ ...\PIPE
[020] 5C 6C 73 61 73 73 00 00  00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00  \lsass.. ........
[030] 00 04 5D 88 8A EB 1C C9  11 9F E8 08 00 2B 10 48  ..]..... .....+.H
[040] 60 02 00 00 00                                    `....
Realloc asked for 0 bytes
cli_receive_trans: failed to enlarge buffercli_pipe: return critical error.
Erro
r was code 0
init_lsa_sec_qos
init_open_pol: attr:0 da:33554432
init_lsa_obj_attr
000000 lsa_io_q_open_pol
    0000 ptr       : 00000001
    0004 system_name: 005c
    000008 lsa_io_obj_attr
        0008 len         : 00000018
        000c ptr_root_dir: 00000000
        0010 ptr_obj_name: 00000000
        0014 attributes  : 00000000
        0018 ptr_sec_desc: 00000000
        001c ptr_sec_qos : 00000001
        000020 lsa_io_obj_qos sec_qos
            0020 len           : 0000000c
            0024 sec_imp_level : 0002
            0026 sec_ctxt_mode : 01
            0027 effective_only: 00
            0028 unknown       : 02000000
rpc_api_pipe_req: Outgoing data not a multiple of 8 bytes....
create_rpc_request: opnum: 0x6 data_len: 0x44
create_rpc_request: data_len: 44 auth_len: 0 alloc_hint: 34
000000 smb_io_rpc_hdr hdr
    0000 major     : 05
    0001 minor     : 00
    0002 pkt_type  : 00
    0003 flags     : 03
    0004 pack_type0: 10
    0005 pack_type1: 00
    0006 pack_type2: 00
    0007 pack_type3: 00
    0008 frag_len  : 0044
    000a auth_len  : 0000
    000c call_id   : 00000002
000010 smb_io_rpc_hdr_req hdr_req
    0010 alloc_hint: 00000034
    0014 context_id: 0000
    0016 opnum     : 0006
rpc_api_pipe: cmd:26 fnum:4002
size=150
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=8
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=16
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[4]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[7]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[10]=82 (0x52)
smb_vwv[11]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[12]=82 (0x52)
smb_vwv[13]=2 (0x2)
smb_vwv[14]=38 (0x26)
smb_vwv[15]=16386 (0x4002)
smb_bcc=83
[000] 00 5C 00 50 00 49 00 50  00 45 00 5C 00 00 00 05  .\.P.I.P .E.\....
[010] 00 00 03 10 00 00 00 44  00 00 00 02 00 00 00 34  .......D .......4
[020] 00 00 00 00 00 06 00 01  00 00 00 5C 00 00 00 18  ........ ...\....
[030] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ........ ........
[040] 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 0C  00 00 00 02 00 01 00 00  ........ ........
[050] 00 00 02                                          ...
write_socket(4,154)
write_socket(4,154) wrote 154
got smb length of 104
size=104
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=10
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=48 (0x30)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[4]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=48 (0x30)
smb_vwv[7]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=49
[000] 00 05 00 02 03 10 00 00  00 30 00 00 00 02 00 00  ........ .0......
[010] 00 18 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 12 8E 42  ........ .......B
[020] 43 91 92 D5 11 86 17 00  02 B3 30 D0 30 00 00 00  C....... ..0.0...
[030] 00                                                .
size=104
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=10
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=48 (0x30)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[4]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=48 (0x30)
smb_vwv[7]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=49
[000] 00 05 00 02 03 10 00 00  00 30 00 00 00 02 00 00  ........ .0......
[010] 00 18 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 12 8E 42  ........ .......B
[020] 43 91 92 D5 11 86 17 00  02 B3 30 D0 30 00 00 00  C....... ..0.0...
[030] 00                                                .
Realloc asked for 0 bytes
cli_receive_trans: failed to enlarge buffercli_pipe: return critical error.
Erro
r was code 0
error opening lsa policy handle: NT_STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL
write_socket(4,45)
write_socket(4,45) wrote 45
got smb length of 35
size=35
smb_com=0x4
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=0
smb_bcc=0
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On Thu, Aug 16, 2001 at 10:15:06AM -0300, Rodrigo Benzaquen wrote:
> Hi, We already setup a file server with samba 2.2.1a but we can't use the
> SWAT tool.
> 
> Do you have any idea when will be fixed?

it is fixed in current cvs code, the fix will be shipped with the next release.

> Also, we joined the DOMAIN with a WINDOWS XP client but when we tried to
> logon , we can't. It's samba 2.2.1a compatible with WINDOWS XP ?

XP is not yet an official product and changes much from beta to beta.
We will try to support it if possible when it will be officially released.

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Greetings,

One question concerning printing to remote printers, from a Win2k
client, through a Samba 2.2.1a PDC. I've setup the [print$] share
according to the how-to documentation on the samba website. My question
concerns the new printing method vs old printing method through samba.

In the past I've gotten printing through older versions of samba to work
but I've been unable to get it to work through the PDC. I've been able
to remotely install the print drivers, setup the printer on a client
machine, and I also see a ready status on the printer. But when I
attempt to print a test page it prints, according to the client but
nothing prints.

My question is: With the native NT printing method do I still have to
state a printing method (AIX, BSD, LPRNG) and include print commands
(lpr, lpq, etc)?

I currently have LPRNG configured and running to handle printing. This
is how I was able to print in the past. Do I even have to run the lpd
daemon to make printing work through the PDC?

I've actually attempted to get things working both ways and haven't
gotten things to work.

Thanks.

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If you want to log on from a winxp machine you have to change the following
registry entry:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\netlogon\parameters
Set RequireSignOrSeal to 0

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Philipp Hug
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> On Thu, Aug 16, 2001 at 10:15:06AM -0300, Rodrigo Benzaquen wrote:
> > Hi, We already setup a file server with samba 2.2.1a but we can't use the
> > SWAT tool.
> >
> > Do you have any idea when will be fixed?
>
> it is fixed in current cvs code, the fix will be shipped with the next
release.
>
> > Also, we joined the DOMAIN with a WINDOWS XP client but when we tried to
> > logon , we can't. It's samba 2.2.1a compatible with WINDOWS XP ?
>
> XP is not yet an official product and changes much from beta to beta.
> We will try to support it if possible when it will be officially released.
>
> --
> Simo Sorce       idra at samba.org
> -------------------------------
> Samba Team http://www.samba.org
>
>
>

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Hi

I posted this a couple of weeks ago and didn't get much response and still
have the problem.  Is there someone out there that can suggest something new
for me to try. If anyone needs any further information, please let me know.

I have the following small network at home

NT 4.0 Server - PDC
Win98 PC
SCO Unix running Samba

I downloaded the binary distribution which appeared to install OK and I
could immediately see the Samba server (\\hssco) when browsing in Network
Neighbourhood from Win98 and NT. When I click on hssco I get the following

Win98 - box asking for network password showing a resource \\hssco\IPC$ and
whatever password I enter it gets refused as invalid

NT4 - also box asking for network password which allows me to enter a
username (Connect As:) and password which also gets refused

I started to go through the tests in DIAGNOSIS.txt and have found the
following but have not been able to fix the problem. Can anyone suggest
something else that I might try please. Email me at
ian.bucklar at havenswift.co.uk

All tests up to and including 7 check out fine

Test 8:

on NT4 "net view \\hssco" gives "System error 5 has occurred - Access is
denied"
on 98  "net view \\hssco" gives "Error 86: The specified network password is
not correct. Type the...etc"

Test 9:

on NT4 "NET USE X: \\hssco\tmp" gives "System error 1240 has occurred. The
account is not authorised to login from this station"
on 98 get same error as for test 8

Test 10: All OK

Test 11: Tried changing security=server etc as suggested, but no change

I am sure that it is something simple that I have overlooked in setting up
the users or machines but have been looking at this for so long, I just cant
see what!

Thanks

Ian

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You don't need to join domain through 'smbpasswd -j ...' since PDC
is already a member.
Just go to "Control panel-Network" on Win2k client and change
computer name according to trust account created (without $)
and make it a member of your domain. Don't forget to add domain
user (human, not machine) to machine's admin list, if you wish so.

Regards,
Roman Kozello
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-----Original Message-----
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Subject: Samba as PDC - cant join domain


I'm rather new to Samba and I'm running samba 2.2.1a on FreeBSD 4.1
and
trying to set up my samba server as the PDC in a small network with
several windows 2000 workstations. I do not have any existing windows
NT PDCs running. I have read the online documentation, and Samba
Unleashed. I have configured smb.conf as follows (like the
instructions at samba.org specify):

[global]
netbios name = mail
workgroup = borderpatrolclan.net
os level = 64
preferred master = Yes
domain master = Yes
local master = Yes
security = user
encrypt passwords = Yes
domain logons = Yes
password server = *
logon path = \\mail\profiles\%u
logon drive = H:
logon home = \\mail\home\%u
[netlogon]
path = /usr/local/samba/lib/netlogon
writeable = no
write list = root,jason

[profiles]
path = /export/smb/ntprofile
writeable = yes
create mask = 0600
directory mask = 0700

[homes]
read only = No
browseable = No

[web]
path = /usr/local/www/data
read only = No
guest ok = No

[mail]
path = /
read only = No
borwseable = Yes
guest ok = No

I have created the machine trust account and added it to the smbpasswd
file. Everything is in order according to what I have read (and, the
shares work fine).
When I try to join the domain using the following command I get the
following error:

mail# smbpasswd -j borderpatrolclan.net
2001/08/15 13:31:22 : change_trust_account_password: Failed to change
password for domain BORDERPATROLCLAN.NET.
Unable to join domain BORDERPATROLCLAN.NET.

I have tried a number of different ways to solve this problem but have
been unsuccessful. I hope someone can help me figure this out (what I
have done wrong or haven't done). I'll provide more info if needed (I
hope I have been thorough enough.
Thanks,
Jason

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> Greetings,
> 
> One question concerning printing to remote printers, from a Win2k
> client, through a Samba 2.2.1a PDC. I've setup the [print$] share
> according to the how-to documentation on the samba website. My question
> concerns the new printing method vs old printing method through samba.
> 
> In the past I've gotten printing through older versions of samba to work
> but I've been unable to get it to work through the PDC. I've been able
> to remotely install the print drivers, setup the printer on a client
> machine, and I also see a ready status on the printer. But when I
> attempt to print a test page it prints, according to the client but
> nothing prints.
> 
> My question is: With the native NT printing method do I still have to
> state a printing method (AIX, BSD, LPRNG) and include print commands
> (lpr, lpq, etc)?

Yes,
[print$] is only for the download of the printer drivers to the 
clients on the fly. You still have to set up a printing system that 
works on Unix on the samba server and create a [printers] share with 
lpr-commands that use the unix printing system.

Christian

> 
> I currently have LPRNG configured and running to handle printing. This
> is how I was able to print in the past. Do I even have to run the lpd
> daemon to make printing work through the PDC?
> 
> I've actually attempted to get things working both ways and haven't
> gotten things to work.
> 
> Thanks.
> 


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> Hi
> 
> I posted this a couple of weeks ago and didn't get much response and still
> have the problem.  Is there someone out there that can suggest something new
> for me to try. If anyone needs any further information, please let me know.
> 
> I have the following small network at home
> 
> NT 4.0 Server - PDC
> Win98 PC
> SCO Unix running Samba
> 
> I downloaded the binary distribution which appeared to install OK and I
> could immediately see the Samba server (\\hssco) when browsing in Network
> Neighbourhood from Win98 and NT. When I click on hssco I get the following
> 
> Win98 - box asking for network password showing a resource \\hssco\IPC$ and
> whatever password I enter it gets refused as invalid
> 
> NT4 - also box asking for network password which allows me to enter a
> username (Connect As:) and password which also gets refused
> 
> I started to go through the tests in DIAGNOSIS.txt and have found the
> following but have not been able to fix the problem. Can anyone suggest
> something else that I might try please. Email me at
> ian.bucklar at havenswift.co.uk
> 
> All tests up to and including 7 check out fine
> 
> Test 8:
> 
> on NT4 "net view \\hssco" gives "System error 5 has occurred - Access is
> denied"
> on 98  "net view \\hssco" gives "Error 86: The specified network password is
> not correct. Type the...etc"
> 
> Test 9:
> 
> on NT4 "NET USE X: \\hssco\tmp" gives "System error 1240 has occurred. The
> account is not authorised to login from this station"
> on 98 get same error as for test 8
> 
> Test 10: All OK
> 
> Test 11: Tried changing security=server etc as suggested, but no change
Start with security=user and cerate users on the samba box for the 
guys that should use samba. Once you got this working you may change 
to security = server or security = domain to avoid the need to sync 
passwords. User account have still to be synced (every NT user needs 
a unix account on the samba server (that may be disabeld) for samba 
to get the uid) or you have to use winbind. But I would not start 
with winbind as this is a litle advanced, has high inpact on the 
whole SCO machine and is not yet considered production.

Have you enabled and set up encrypted passwords? Or have you pachted 
your clients to use plaintext passwords? Probably read 
ENCRYPTION.txt. Note: The (SAMBA) PDC must use encrypted passwords, 
but a NT client can have the plaintext-registry-key applied, be a 
domain member and use plain text password with a stand alone samba 
server.

Christian

> 
> I am sure that it is something simple that I have overlooked in setting up
> the users or machines but have been looking at this for so long, I just cant
> see what!
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Ian
> 


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Hi,

Samba-latest does not provide winbind. You must use cvs to get it.

Cheers
Gustavo

-----Original Message-----
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Thanks all for giving me some help on this problem. If I downloaded the
source code from samba.org without using CVS could that give me this problem
as well? I couldn't get CVS working from my system so I just downloaded the
samba-latest.tar.gz from the website to work with. I'm going to try and get
CVS working and then try it again from the beginning. I think I'm going to
have to talk to our network comm. guy to let me through the firewall so I
can get to pserver.samba.org. I'll let you know how it goes.

Thanks again,
Scott

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OK, Gustavo fixed this one for me as well...When you to your ./configure,
you have to include pam.  So the command would be ./configure --with-pam
that will  give you your pam_winbind.so file.  

Marty

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intrestingly enough pam_winbind.so isnt compiling on my fresh CVS download
as of 10:31am PST, though libnss_winbind.so is compiling by the default make
command

-kenneth

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> if you are using SAMBA_2_2 from CVS winbind now compiles by default and
the
> libnss_winbind.so and pam_winbind.so files are left in the source/nsswitch
> directory.
>
> if not, then you might want to try grabbing a fresh cvs of the branch and
run
> 'make clean' before runnning configure, make, make install.
>
> this has worked for me [using VA Enhanced Red hat 6.2.4...] on three test
boxes
> so far [mixed results from winbind but i think that is a local networking
> issue...]
>
> good luck
>
> paul s
>
>
>
> >>> M. Kilroy 08/16 12:42 PM >>>
> Maybe doing a 'make nsswitch' will create it...
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Scott Eicher" <Scott.Eicher at e-Profile.com>
> To: "'Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]'" <gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com>
> Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 11:11 AM
> Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Hello,
>
> I am trying to get winbind running on my RedHat Linux 7.1 server following
> the directions below. When I get to the point in the directions where I
need
> to copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so I see that I do not have
any
> .so files in the source/nsswitch directory. I only have .h and .c files
> there. Do I have to compile one of the .c or .h files in some way? I'm
> pretty new to Linux so any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Scott
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]
> [mailto:gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 2:45 PM
> To: Marty Nelson
> Cc: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: RE: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Grab the latest SAMBA_2_2 cvs source.
>
> $ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot login
> (pass is 'cvs')
>
> $ cvs -z9 -d :pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot co -r SAMBA_2_2 samba
>
> This command will download the source from the cvs server in a 'samba'
> folder in your current directory. Then you enter samba/source and run
> configure/make/make install.
>
> After that, you should copy samba/source/nsswitch/libnss_winbind.so to
> /lib/libnss_winbind.so.2 and samba/source/nsswitch/pam_winbind.so to
> /lib/security/.
>
> Change /etc/nsswitch.conf. Add 'winbind' to the passwd and groups lines.
>
> Change /etc/pam.d/passwd to this: (this will only allow access to
resources
> in your linux box, not domain user logon to the samba box)
>
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_securetty.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_nologin.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
> auth        required    /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so use_first_pass shadow
> nullok
> account     required    /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
>
> Read the winbind man page for more info on this.
>
> Create your smb.conf. Like this: (this is for a member server)
>
> [global]
>         workgroup = DOMAIN
>         netbios name = MACHINE
>         domain admin group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Admins"
>         domain guest group = @"DOMAIN\Domain Guests"
>   guest account = DOMAIN\Guest
>         security = domain
>         encrypt passwords = yes
>         password server = PDC name
>         local master = no
>         domain master = no
>         preferred master = no
>         winbind uid = 10000-20000
>         winbind gid = 10000-20000
>   wins server = WINS IP
>         dns proxy = no
>
> Now join the domain:
>
> $ smbpasswd -r PDC -j DOMAIN -UAdministrator
>
> You should be told you joined the domain.
>
> After that, start smbd, nmbd and winbindd. That should do.
>
> Come back if you have any problems.
>
> Cheers
> Gustavo
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marty Nelson [mailto:MNelson at Transdyn.com]
> Sent: quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2001 15:04
> To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Using winbind in an NT4 domain?
>
>
> Greetings all;
>
> First, thanks to everyone who helped me to get my samba server up and
> running in my NT4 domain.
>
> Second, the problem that I am having now is that I cannot assign
permissions
> to any of the resources that are located on the samba server.  When I look
> at the permissions tab from an NT4 box, it shows everyone, and then two
> entries for \server\root.  When I click add, it shows some groups, but
only
> from the samba server.  Not from my nt domain.  Looking at samba.org, it
> looks like I might have to load winbind in order to import all of my nt
> groups.  Has anyone else had to do this, or am I missing something?
>
> I'm VERY new to Linux, so any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Marty Nelson
>
>
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Yes.

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
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Sorry to respond to my own post =)  Yes, I noticed soon after posting I was
attempting to join the wrong domain.  I have corrected the problem in my
smb.conf file and in the command I am attempting to use.  When I run
'smbpasswd -j MESHCORP -r DC1' it prompts me for a password.  Is this normal
behavior?  Is running my DC in native mode an issue?

Also, perhaps I am asking the wrong list.  Would this question be better to
ask on the regular samba list?

Thanks,
Mack

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From: Mack Hooper [mailto:MHooper at MeshNetworks.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2001 5:58 PM
To: 'samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org'
Subject: Issues with latest CVS


Hi List,

I've gone through the archives to make sure this wasnt something simple but
couldnt find anything that was related to my problem or fixed it.  I have
compiled the latest HEAD source from CVS with winbind, acl and pam support.
My intentions are to use this machine for a file server in my Win2K domain.

I'm running the command 'smbpasswd -j CORP -r dc1 -U Administrator' to
attempt to join the domain.  I get this output:

[root at fs1 var]# smbpasswd -j CORP -r dc1 -U Administrator
Password:
cli_receive_trans: failed to enlarge buffercli_pipe: return critical error.
Error was code 0
cli_receive_trans: failed to enlarge buffercli_pipe: return critical error.
Error was code 0
error opening lsa policy handle: NT_STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL
Unable to join domain CORP.

I have verified my settings in smb.conf per some posts in the archives.  I
have also made an account in Active Directory Users & Computers.  Below I
have appended the output of smbpasswd with a debug level of 10.  Any
assistance would be much appreciated.

Best regards,
Mack Hooper
MIS Specialist
Meshnetworks, Inc.


added interface ip=10.0.0.8 bcast=10.0.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
added interface ip=10.0.0.9 bcast=10.0.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
Password:
cli_init_creds: user Administrator domain CORP flgs: 0
ntlmssp_cli_flgs:0
resolve_srv_name: dc1
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name dc1<0x20>
getlmhostsent: lmhost entry: 10.0.0.4 dc1
cli_establish_connection: FS1<00> connecting to DC1<20> (10.0.0.4) -
Administrator [CORP]
Connecting to 10.0.0.4 at port 139
socket option SO_KEEPALIVE = 0
socket option SO_REUSEADDR = 0
socket option SO_BROADCAST = 0
socket option TCP_NODELAY = 1
socket option IPTOS_LOWDELAY = 0
socket option IPTOS_THROUGHPUT = 0
socket option SO_SNDBUF = 16384
socket option SO_RCVBUF = 87380
socket option SO_SNDLOWAT = 1
socket option SO_RCVLOWAT = 1
socket option SO_SNDTIMEO = 0
socket option SO_RCVTIMEO = 0
write_socket(4,76)
write_socket(4,76) wrote 76
Sent session request
got smb length of 0
size=0
smb_com=0x0
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=0
smb_flg2=0
smb_tid=0
smb_pid=0
smb_uid=0
smb_mid=0
smt_wct=0
smb_bcc=0
write_socket(4,168)
write_socket(4,168) wrote 168
got smb length of 103
size=103
smb_com=0x72
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=1
smb_tid=0
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=0
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=17
smb_vwv[0]=7 (0x7)
smb_vwv[1]=32003 (0x7D03)
smb_vwv[2]=256 (0x100)
smb_vwv[3]=1024 (0x400)
smb_vwv[4]=65 (0x41)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=256 (0x100)
smb_vwv[7]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=64768 (0xFD00)
smb_vwv[10]=243 (0xF3)
smb_vwv[11]=28672 (0x7000)
smb_vwv[12]=21244 (0x52FC)
smb_vwv[13]=40456 (0x9E08)
smb_vwv[14]=49446 (0xC126)
smb_vwv[15]=61441 (0xF001)
smb_vwv[16]=2048 (0x800)
smb_bcc=34
[000] 93 7E 9F F5 7A B8 4B E2  4D 00 45 00 53 00 48 00  .~..z.K. M.E.S.H.
[010] 43 00 4F 00 52 00 50 00  00 00 44 00 43 00 31 00  C.O.R.P. ..D.C.1.
[020] 00 00                                             ..
size=103
smb_com=0x72
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=1
smb_tid=0
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=0
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=17
smb_vwv[0]=7 (0x7)
smb_vwv[1]=32003 (0x7D03)
smb_vwv[2]=256 (0x100)
smb_vwv[3]=1024 (0x400)
smb_vwv[4]=65 (0x41)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=256 (0x100)
smb_vwv[7]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=64768 (0xFD00)
smb_vwv[10]=243 (0xF3)
smb_vwv[11]=28672 (0x7000)
smb_vwv[12]=21244 (0x52FC)
smb_vwv[13]=40456 (0x9E08)
smb_vwv[14]=49446 (0xC126)
smb_vwv[15]=61441 (0xF001)
smb_vwv[16]=2048 (0x800)
smb_bcc=34
[000] 93 7E 9F F5 7A B8 4B E2  4D 00 45 00 53 00 48 00  .~..z.K. M.E.S.H.
[010] 43 00 4F 00 52 00 50 00  00 00 44 00 43 00 31 00  C.O.R.P. ..D.C.1.
[020] 00 00                                             ..
write_socket(4,174)
write_socket(4,174) wrote 174
got smb length of 133
size=133
smb_com=0x73
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=0
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=3
smb_vwv[0]=255 (0xFF)
smb_vwv[1]=133 (0x85)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=92
[000] 00 57 00 69 00 6E 00 64  00 6F 00 77 00 73 00 20  .W.i.n.d .o.w.s.
[010] 00 35 00 2E 00 30 00 00  00 57 00 69 00 6E 00 64  .5...0.. .W.i.n.d
[020] 00 6F 00 77 00 73 00 20  00 32 00 30 00 30 00 30  .o.w.s.  .2.0.0.0
[030] 00 20 00 4C 00 41 00 4E  00 20 00 4D 00 61 00 6E  . .L.A.N . .M.a.n
[040] 00 61 00 67 00 65 00 72  00 00 00 4D 00 45 00 53  .a.g.e.r ...M.E.S
[050] 00 48 00 43 00 4F 00 52  00 50 00 00              .H.C.O.R .P..
size=133
smb_com=0x73
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=0
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=3
smb_vwv[0]=255 (0xFF)
smb_vwv[1]=133 (0x85)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=92
[000] 00 57 00 69 00 6E 00 64  00 6F 00 77 00 73 00 20  .W.i.n.d .o.w.s.
[010] 00 35 00 2E 00 30 00 00  00 57 00 69 00 6E 00 64  .5...0.. .W.i.n.d
[020] 00 6F 00 77 00 73 00 20  00 32 00 30 00 30 00 30  .o.w.s.  .2.0.0.0
[030] 00 20 00 4C 00 41 00 4E  00 20 00 4D 00 61 00 6E  . .L.A.N . .M.a.n
[040] 00 61 00 67 00 65 00 72  00 00 00 4D 00 45 00 53  .a.g.e.r ...M.E.S
[050] 00 48 00 43 00 4F 00 52  00 50 00 00              .H.C.O.R .P..
session setup ok
Domain=[MESHCORP] OS=[Windows 5.0] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN Manager]
write_socket(4,74)
write_socket(4,74) wrote 74
got smb length of 48
size=48
smb_com=0x75
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=3
smb_vwv[0]=255 (0xFF)
smb_vwv[1]=48 (0x30)
smb_vwv[2]=1 (0x1)
smb_bcc=7
[000] 49 50 43 00 00 00 00                              IPC....
write_socket(4,104)
write_socket(4,104) wrote 104
got smb length of 103
size=103
smb_com=0xa2
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=34
smb_vwv[0]=255 (0xFF)
smb_vwv[1]=103 (0x67)
smb_vwv[2]=512 (0x200)
smb_vwv[3]=320 (0x140)
smb_vwv[4]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[7]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[10]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[11]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[12]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[13]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[14]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[15]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[16]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[17]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[18]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[19]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[20]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[21]=32768 (0x8000)
smb_vwv[22]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[23]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[24]=16 (0x10)
smb_vwv[25]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[26]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[27]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[28]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[29]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[30]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[31]=512 (0x200)
smb_vwv[32]=65280 (0xFF00)
smb_vwv[33]=5 (0x5)
smb_bcc=0
Bind RPC Pipe[4002]: \PIPE\lsarpc
Bind Abstract Syntax: [000] 78 57 34 12 34 12 CD AB  EF 00 01 23 45 67 89 AB
xW
4.4... ...#Eg..
[010] 00 00 00 00                                       ....
Bind Transfer Syntax: [000] 04 5D 88 8A EB 1C C9 11  9F E8 08 00 2B 10 48 60
.]
...... ....+.H`
[010] 02 00 00 00                                       ....
000000 smb_io_rpc_hdr hdr
    0000 major     : 05
    0001 minor     : 00
    0002 pkt_type  : 0b
    0003 flags     : 00
    0004 pack_type0: 10
    0005 pack_type1: 00
    0006 pack_type2: 00
    0007 pack_type3: 00
    0008 frag_len  : 0048
    000a auth_len  : 0000
    000c call_id   : 00000001
000010 smb_io_rpc_hdr_rb
    000010 smb_io_rpc_hdr_bba
        0010 max_tsize: 1630
        0012 max_rsize: 1630
        0014 assoc_gid: 00000000
    0018 num_elements: 00000001
    001c context_id  : 0000
    001e num_syntaxes: 01
    00001f smb_io_rpc_iface
        0020 data   : 12345778
        0024 data   : 1234
        0026 data   : abcd
        0028 data   : ef 00 01 23 45 67 89 ab
        0030 version: 00000000
    000034 smb_io_rpc_iface
        0034 data   : 8a885d04
        0038 data   : 1ceb
        003a data   : 11c9
        003c data   : 9f e8 08 00 2b 10 48 60
        0044 version: 00000002
rpc_api_pipe: cmd:26 fnum:4002
size=154
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=8
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=16
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=72 (0x48)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=72 (0x48)
smb_vwv[4]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[7]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[10]=82 (0x52)
smb_vwv[11]=72 (0x48)
smb_vwv[12]=82 (0x52)
smb_vwv[13]=2 (0x2)
smb_vwv[14]=38 (0x26)
smb_vwv[15]=16386 (0x4002)
smb_bcc=87
[000] 00 5C 00 50 00 49 00 50  00 45 00 5C 00 00 00 05  .\.P.I.P .E.\....
[010] 00 0B 00 10 00 00 00 48  00 00 00 01 00 00 00 30  .......H .......0
[020] 16 30 16 00 00 00 00 01  00 00 00 00 00 01 00 78  .0...... .......x
[030] 57 34 12 34 12 CD AB EF  00 01 23 45 67 89 AB 00  W4.4.... ..#Eg...
[040] 00 00 00 04 5D 88 8A EB  1C C9 11 9F E8 08 00 2B  ....]... .......+
[050] 10 48 60 02 00 00 00                              .H`....
write_socket(4,158)
write_socket(4,158) wrote 158
got smb length of 124
size=124
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=10
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[4]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[7]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=69
[000] 00 05 00 0C 03 10 00 00  00 44 00 00 00 01 00 00  ........ .D......
[010] 00 B8 10 B8 10 DC E3 03  00 0C 00 5C 50 49 50 45  ........ ...\PIPE
[020] 5C 6C 73 61 73 73 00 00  00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00  \lsass.. ........
[030] 00 04 5D 88 8A EB 1C C9  11 9F E8 08 00 2B 10 48  ..]..... .....+.H
[040] 60 02 00 00 00                                    `....
size=124
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=10
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[4]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[7]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=69
[000] 00 05 00 0C 03 10 00 00  00 44 00 00 00 01 00 00  ........ .D......
[010] 00 B8 10 B8 10 DC E3 03  00 0C 00 5C 50 49 50 45  ........ ...\PIPE
[020] 5C 6C 73 61 73 73 00 00  00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00  \lsass.. ........
[030] 00 04 5D 88 8A EB 1C C9  11 9F E8 08 00 2B 10 48  ..]..... .....+.H
[040] 60 02 00 00 00                                    `....
Realloc asked for 0 bytes
cli_receive_trans: failed to enlarge buffercli_pipe: return critical error.
Erro
r was code 0
init_lsa_sec_qos
init_open_pol: attr:0 da:33554432
init_lsa_obj_attr
000000 lsa_io_q_open_pol
    0000 ptr       : 00000001
    0004 system_name: 005c
    000008 lsa_io_obj_attr
        0008 len         : 00000018
        000c ptr_root_dir: 00000000
        0010 ptr_obj_name: 00000000
        0014 attributes  : 00000000
        0018 ptr_sec_desc: 00000000
        001c ptr_sec_qos : 00000001
        000020 lsa_io_obj_qos sec_qos
            0020 len           : 0000000c
            0024 sec_imp_level : 0002
            0026 sec_ctxt_mode : 01
            0027 effective_only: 00
            0028 unknown       : 02000000
rpc_api_pipe_req: Outgoing data not a multiple of 8 bytes....
create_rpc_request: opnum: 0x6 data_len: 0x44
create_rpc_request: data_len: 44 auth_len: 0 alloc_hint: 34
000000 smb_io_rpc_hdr hdr
    0000 major     : 05
    0001 minor     : 00
    0002 pkt_type  : 00
    0003 flags     : 03
    0004 pack_type0: 10
    0005 pack_type1: 00
    0006 pack_type2: 00
    0007 pack_type3: 00
    0008 frag_len  : 0044
    000a auth_len  : 0000
    000c call_id   : 00000002
000010 smb_io_rpc_hdr_req hdr_req
    0010 alloc_hint: 00000034
    0014 context_id: 0000
    0016 opnum     : 0006
rpc_api_pipe: cmd:26 fnum:4002
size=150
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=8
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=16
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[4]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[7]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[10]=82 (0x52)
smb_vwv[11]=68 (0x44)
smb_vwv[12]=82 (0x52)
smb_vwv[13]=2 (0x2)
smb_vwv[14]=38 (0x26)
smb_vwv[15]=16386 (0x4002)
smb_bcc=83
[000] 00 5C 00 50 00 49 00 50  00 45 00 5C 00 00 00 05  .\.P.I.P .E.\....
[010] 00 00 03 10 00 00 00 44  00 00 00 02 00 00 00 34  .......D .......4
[020] 00 00 00 00 00 06 00 01  00 00 00 5C 00 00 00 18  ........ ...\....
[030] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ........ ........
[040] 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 0C  00 00 00 02 00 01 00 00  ........ ........
[050] 00 00 02                                          ...
write_socket(4,154)
write_socket(4,154) wrote 154
got smb length of 104
size=104
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=10
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=48 (0x30)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[4]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=48 (0x30)
smb_vwv[7]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=49
[000] 00 05 00 02 03 10 00 00  00 30 00 00 00 02 00 00  ........ .0......
[010] 00 18 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 12 8E 42  ........ .......B
[020] 43 91 92 D5 11 86 17 00  02 B3 30 D0 30 00 00 00  C....... ..0.0...
[030] 00                                                .
size=104
smb_com=0x25
smb_rcls=0
smb_reh=0
smb_err=0
smb_flg=136
smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
smb_pid=8437
smb_uid=40961
smb_mid=1
smt_wct=10
smb_vwv[0]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[1]=48 (0x30)
smb_vwv[2]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[3]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[4]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[6]=48 (0x30)
smb_vwv[7]=56 (0x38)
smb_vwv[8]=0 (0x0)
smb_vwv[9]=0 (0x0)
smb_bcc=49
[000] 00 05 00 02 03 10 00 00  00 30 00 00 00 02 00 00  ........ .0......
[010] 00 18 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 12 8E 42  ........ .......B
[020] 43 91 92 D5 11 86 17 00  02 B3 30 D0 30 00 00 00  C....... ..0.0...
[030] 00                                                .
Realloc asked for 0 bytes
cli_receive_trans: failed to enlarge buffercli_pipe: return critical error.
Erro
r was code 0
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write_socket(4,45)
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smb_flg2=32769
smb_tid=20485
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Hi,

I've tried to install Samba 2.2.1a + Winbind with no luck
Samba 2.2.1a alone installed correctly so to make a clean installation I tried
to get Winbindd compiled and working : that was the error
The compilation of Winbind screwed up my previous install so I got some 2.2
parts and also 3.0 parts.
Tried to compile Samba with the 2_2 CVS repository but no luck also !

I've already searched the archives and got some infos but not enough to make it
working.
How can I de-install the whole thing then restart from the beginning ?

Can someone send me the whole package with winbind or the HOW-TO Winbind is
anyone succedeed to make it ?

Best regards
Eric DECHELLE

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Good Shot Adam

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Yes.

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> I have a Server with RedHat 7.1, it is a PDC. Now I
> want to logon into that Server, is it possible?
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I have RedHat 7.1, samba 2.0.10, and am trying to get a Windows 2000
workstation setup to work.

I have been all over the net and have got to have tried a couple dozen
configurations, all to no avail.

I can get through test 7 in DIAGNOSIS.txt, where the 'net view' on the
PC fails:

    System error 53 has occurred.

    The network path was not found.

I have double and triple checked that there is a user on the Linux side
with the same name/password as on the Windows side, and there is a samba
user/password that also matches. I have checked that there is a real
user for the guest account.

I have made sure that I set smb.conf to use encrypted passwords.

I have checked hosts and lmhosts on the PC.

I have also tried to connect using the dotted-decimal address, with the
same results.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Tad

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Look, I think that only Samba 2.2x have the capabilities of PDC to windows
2000, try to upgrade your version of samba to 2.2, maybe that will suite
your problem.

Andre

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I have RedHat 7.1, samba 2.0.10, and am trying to get a Windows 2000
workstation setup to work.

I have been all over the net and have got to have tried a couple dozen
configurations, all to no avail.

I can get through test 7 in DIAGNOSIS.txt, where the 'net view' on the
PC fails:

    System error 53 has occurred.

    The network path was not found.

I have double and triple checked that there is a user on the Linux side
with the same name/password as on the Windows side, and there is a samba
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user for the guest account.

I have made sure that I set smb.conf to use encrypted passwords.

I have checked hosts and lmhosts on the PC.

I have also tried to connect using the dotted-decimal address, with the
same results.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Tad

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Steven Evans wrote:

> heya
>
> here are some ideas that i have when i try to t/shoot my samba configs
>
> always check the /var/log/messages file for errors.  Make sure smbd (file
> sharing) and nmbd (netbios part) are running.  (obvious) make sure both can
> ping each other.  Make sure you dont have 100 sessions of smbd and/or nmbd.
>
> If all else fails, go d/l the latest version of samba, 2.2.1a i think, and
> run that.  Atleast that version is compadible with Win2k SP2 (i think :\ )
>
> but to me, it sounds like nmbd isnt running
>
> cheers,
> steve
>

Thanks.

In the log I see;

Aug 19 13:49:11 linuxserver1 smb: nmbd statup succeeded

I see entries talking about nmbd becoming local master browser for workgroup
REDDGRAGON on subnet 192.168.1.101

I can actually see linuxserver1 on the Windows side now when browsing. But
trying to click on it there
as well as when running :

    net view \\linuxserver

I get the same error 53 Network path not found.

so nmbd appears to be running.

I have verified that I have the login accounts with the same name and password

on the linux and windows side.

I feel like I am close but there is still something fundamental that is going
on.

The Windows box belongs to the REDDRAGON workgroup, and the computer name is
'tadlaptop'. Login I am using is 'tfrysinger', which is the same on the linux
box.

I have verified that this also is an smbpasswd entry, and I have made this the

guest account as well. That didn't help either.

Argh!

Tad

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Hello,

I am trying to install winbind (samba-appliance-0.5-1.i386.rpm) on a
Mandrake 8.0 (kernel 2.4.3) with Samba 2.0.7.
I got the following error :
error: 	failed dependencies:	libreadline.so.3 is needed by
samba-appliance-0.5-1

How can I resolve this ? Do I have to install something else ???

Thanks for your help !!

Orazio Sgalbiero
ADMIN - DI/3 
Tel. +3222955954
Fax +3222994830

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If I were to set up a domain on our existing network, would the Samba PDC try
to adopt any of the current P2P file/print sharing computers?  Do I have to
make all of the computers members of the domain in order for them to continue
to share resources?  Thanks in advance.


Timothy Farrell
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Gable & Gotwals
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You should also check your firewall settings.  If you chose the setup
default, you are blocking all ports from 0 to 1023.  You need to open up
ports 137, 138, 139.

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Steven Evans wrote:

> heya
>
> here are some ideas that i have when i try to t/shoot my samba configs
>
> always check the /var/log/messages file for errors.  Make sure smbd (file
> sharing) and nmbd (netbios part) are running.  (obvious) make sure both
can
> ping each other.  Make sure you dont have 100 sessions of smbd and/or
nmbd.
>
> If all else fails, go d/l the latest version of samba, 2.2.1a i think, and
> run that.  Atleast that version is compadible with Win2k SP2 (i think :\ )
>
> but to me, it sounds like nmbd isnt running
>
> cheers,
> steve
>

Thanks.

In the log I see;

Aug 19 13:49:11 linuxserver1 smb: nmbd statup succeeded

I see entries talking about nmbd becoming local master browser for workgroup
REDDGRAGON on subnet 192.168.1.101

I can actually see linuxserver1 on the Windows side now when browsing. But
trying to click on it there
as well as when running :

    net view \\linuxserver

I get the same error 53 Network path not found.

so nmbd appears to be running.

I have verified that I have the login accounts with the same name and
password

on the linux and windows side.

I feel like I am close but there is still something fundamental that is
going
on.

The Windows box belongs to the REDDRAGON workgroup, and the computer name is
'tadlaptop'. Login I am using is 'tfrysinger', which is the same on the
linux
box.

I have verified that this also is an smbpasswd entry, and I have made this
the

guest account as well. That didn't help either.

Argh!

Tad

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The best way to do that is to download the source package and make the
rpm --rebuild NameOfPackage.rpm
the rpm will build a new rpm rebuildet with the librarys that you already
have in your linux instalation
This is the best way, the other way is to install an updated package that as
libreadline.so.3 (you can find them in rpmfind.net) but this way will erase
the old libreadline that is need for other packages, unless you want to
upgrade all of your system, if this is your solution, then good luck
Andre

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Hello,

I am trying to install winbind (samba-appliance-0.5-1.i386.rpm) on a
Mandrake 8.0 (kernel 2.4.3) with Samba 2.0.7.
I got the following error :
error: 	failed dependencies:	libreadline.so.3 is needed by
samba-appliance-0.5-1

How can I resolve this ? Do I have to install something else ???

Thanks for your help !!

Orazio Sgalbiero
ADMIN - DI/3
Tel. +3222955954
Fax +3222994830

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Orazio,

I ran into the same problem.  I got the readline2.2.1 from rpmfind.net and
it worked great.  However, the samba-appliance RPMs are deprecated.  Winbind
stuff has been moved into the HEAD branch.  Unfortunately I haven't been
successful in getting Samba working from the latest CVS.  For now, I am
stuck at 2.2.1 alpha.

Would someone who has gotten Head + Winbind working be willing to make an
rpm for the rest of us? =)

Best regards,
Mack


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Hello,

I am trying to install winbind (samba-appliance-0.5-1.i386.rpm) on a
Mandrake 8.0 (kernel 2.4.3) with Samba 2.0.7.
I got the following error :
error: 	failed dependencies:	libreadline.so.3 is needed by
samba-appliance-0.5-1

How can I resolve this ? Do I have to install something else ???

Thanks for your help !!

Orazio Sgalbiero
ADMIN - DI/3 
Tel. +3222955954
Fax +3222994830
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Here's why the wasn't working for me.  Someone else installed RH7.1 for me and
did not change the default firewall configuration at install time - default
security=medium - which means that all inbound traffic to ports below 1024
will be blocked (see url
http://www.ted.cmis.csiro.au/admin/Hog2InstallWithRH7.html for this, xinetd.d
config files and other RH7.1 issues).  To see if this is your problem just
stop the firewall service with - service ipchains stop - and try ftp'g,
telnet'g or browsing to your host.  If you can't, then your problem may lie
with a xinetd.d configuration file - disable=yes - setting or elsewhere e.g.
router.  Once I did this, the test Samba shares I had created were immediately
viewable/accessible.

One thing that complicated matters was that the RH7.1 firewall gui did show
any permissions listed one way or another.  Also, when pinging from an NT
client, WINS could resolve the Samba netbios name I had created,  but anytime
I attempted to "net use \\<Samba netbios name>\<share>"  I would get a
"network path not found" message.   This is because the RH7.1 firewall medium
security setting  permits outbound network traffic on ports below 1024 and
allowed the Samba host to advertise itself the to the NT domain it had joined.
So while I could it see it from an NT client, I couldn't talk to it.

I help this helps anyone who is experiencing the same thing I went through.
Here's why the wasn't working for me.  Someone else installed RH7.1 for
me and did not change the default firewall configuration at install time
- default security=medium - which means that all inbound traffic to ports
below 1024 will be blocked (see url
http://www.ted.cmis.csiro.au/admin/Hog2InstallWithRH7.html for this,
xinetd.d config files and other RH7.1 issues).  To see if this is your
problem just stop the firewall service with - service ipchains stop - and
try ftp'g, telnet'g or browsing to your host.  If you can't, then your
problem may lie with a xinetd.d configuration file - disable=yes -
setting or elsewhere e.g. router.  Once I did this, the test Samba shares
I had created were immediately viewable/accessible. One thing that
complicated matters was that the RH7.1 firewall gui did show any
permissions listed one way or another.  Also, when pinging from an NT
client, WINS could resolve the Samba netbios name I had created, but
anytime I attempted to "net use \\<Samba netbios name>\<share>"  I would
get a "network path not found" message.   This is because the RH7.1
firewall medium security setting  permits outbound network traffic on
ports below 1024 and allowed the Samba host to advertise itself the to
the NT domain it had joined.  So while I could it see it from an NT
client, I couldn't talk to it.  I help this helps anyone who is
experiencing the same thing I went through.  

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Hi,

Does anyone know how to set select profile folders to be read from the
profile share?

Do you have the system policy file that you use for doing this?

I have found the place in poladmin I belive it should go, but I cannot put
the required folders into it as the polfile only alows for certain folders
to be mapped to a network share. How do I map other folders to a share?

I know it has been done before, look here:
http://www.micro.biol.ethz.ch/ITConcept/homedir.html

but I was kinda hoping someone would point me to how I do this for all
profile dirs.

Tarjei

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This what I have.  config.pol is dropped into the netlogon share.

# Global parameters
[global]
 logon script = scripts\%U.bat
 logon path = \\%N\profile\%U
 logon home = \\%N\profile\%U
[netlogon]
 path = /intranet/windows/netlogon
 write list = @admins
[profile]
 path = /intranet/windows/profile
 read only = No
 force create mode = 0600
 force directory mode = 0770
 browseable = No



Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
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> Hi,
>
> Does anyone know how to set select profile folders to be read from the
> profile share?
>
> Do you have the system policy file that you use for doing this?
>
> I have found the place in poladmin I belive it should go, but I cannot put
> the required folders into it as the polfile only alows for certain folders
> to be mapped to a network share. How do I map other folders to a share?
>
> I know it has been done before, look here:
> http://www.micro.biol.ethz.ch/ITConcept/homedir.html
>
> but I was kinda hoping someone would point me to how I do this for all
> profile dirs.
>
> Tarjei

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There is a third part application in use in the network.  Paradox runtime
files are loaded on the PCs and the paradox tables and forms are on a file
share.

Should I do anything special with locking for this type of situation?  They
have problems every now and again where the application freezes up, but that
could be due to the application itself.

The third party (Alta Services) thinks the application is stored on an NT
server and they actually recommend using Netware.  I do not plan on telling
them any time soon that it is on Linux.  They have already had several
problems that they blamed on the "NT server" but later found out it was a
problem with their application... telling them it is on Linux will just have
them point the finger at me all the time.

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
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I've found very little concerning this issue, but I have found a couple
postings describing what was done to cause the problem. However there seems
to
be no resolution.

At some point (downgrade from 2.2.1a to 2.2.0) caused some w2k machines to
loose their trust accounts. Upon removing the w2k machines from the domain to
a workgroup, and back to the domain, Outlook no longer functions for that
user. All I get is an error stating "Cannot open Microsoft Outlook" and
nothing more. There are no errors in the event viewer, I can open outlook
with
other users etc.

This tells me something got hosed in that users profile, but what, and why?
And HOW do I fix it as I now have 3 users who have *lost* their settings
because outlook can't open. (oh btw... there's not a single .pst file
anywhere
on my samba server... anyone know how/where outlook creates it's .pst's by
default on a w2k workstation w/ roaming profiles? I thought it was
Application
Data\Microsoft\Outlook\Personal Folders.pst)

I've found limited material on the M$ Kn0wledge base but every "fix" dosn't
work or dosn't even relate the problem at hand.

As much as I love samba, there is too much "hacking" that must be done in
order to manage the server, and with that hacking comes w2k issues simply due
to the fact that w2k sucks. Unfortunately that does not help me get my data
back so I am afraid I will not be able to continue using samba as my PDC for
w2k clients.

Needs some stability/interoperability work... I can't spend 30 hours a week
babysitting a PDC.
--
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just wondering if multiple logon scripts are possible if a samba server
(running 2.2.1a) is running as a login server...

part of my smb.conf:

domain logons = yes
logon script = logon.bat


can it be:
domain logons = yes
logon script = logon.bat,sales.bat

thanks
jason

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My network is all Linux servers.

If I have one central backup server and it uses smbmount to mount the
directories from other Samba servers for backup, I read that all files will
become owned by the user that mounted the shares and I loose the previous
owners.  Is this true?

If so, what is the proper way to backup multiple Linux servers?

Adam Lang
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I would suggest using the more Unix-native NFS mounts rather than the
somewhat artificial overlay of samba, provided that all the user id's match
on all the servers.

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My network is all Linux servers.

If I have one central backup server and it uses smbmount to mount the
directories from other Samba servers for backup, I read that all files will
become owned by the user that mounted the shares and I loose the previous
owners.  Is this true?

If so, what is the proper way to backup multiple Linux servers?

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com

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The most efficient way would be to use the Linux client of
whatever backup software you use (assuming one exists =)
NFS mounting would be the next step down.  Smbmount
is not the best way to do it.  If you have a lot of backing up
to do you may want to consider moving to a more robust
network aware solution, either commercial or open source.

At 12:49 PM 8/20/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>I would suggest using the more Unix-native NFS mounts rather than the
>somewhat artificial overlay of samba, provided that all the user id's match
>on all the servers.
>
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>[mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]On Behalf Of Adam Lang
>Sent: Monday, August 20, 2001 12:19
>To: Samba
>Subject: Backup
>
>
>My network is all Linux servers.
>
>If I have one central backup server and it uses smbmount to mount the
>directories from other Samba servers for backup, I read that all files will
>become owned by the user that mounted the shares and I loose the previous
>owners.  Is this true?
>
>If so, what is the proper way to backup multiple Linux servers?
>
>Adam Lang
>Systems Engineer
>Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
>http://www.rutgersinsurance.com

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Well one problem I know to resolve, if you want to put a .pst file in
another location use this metod (it's not a Microsoft Certified System
Professional but it works) I've discovered it by mistake heheheheheh

Rename or move the .pst file that is in your "C:\Documents and
Settings\andre\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook", yes, my
name is andre, and start Outlook, Outlook will ask you where is his file, ok
tell to create a new one, then import the old .pst file to the new one, It
was the only method that I've discovered to remove the .pst file from the
"local settings" (I dont know why, but "local settings" doesn't make part of
a roaming profile) (maybe because of his own name hehehehe)

Hope that helps you with further problems

Andre

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[mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]On Behalf Of Tom Hudak
Sent: segunda-feira, 20 de Agosto de 2001 19:39
To: Samba NT Domain list
Subject: M$ and Outlook issues


I've found very little concerning this issue, but I have found a couple
postings describing what was done to cause the problem. However there seems
to
be no resolution.

At some point (downgrade from 2.2.1a to 2.2.0) caused some w2k machines to
loose their trust accounts. Upon removing the w2k machines from the domain
to
a workgroup, and back to the domain, Outlook no longer functions for that
user. All I get is an error stating "Cannot open Microsoft Outlook" and
nothing more. There are no errors in the event viewer, I can open outlook
with
other users etc.

This tells me something got hosed in that users profile, but what, and why?
And HOW do I fix it as I now have 3 users who have *lost* their settings
because outlook can't open. (oh btw... there's not a single .pst file
anywhere
on my samba server... anyone know how/where outlook creates it's .pst's by
default on a w2k workstation w/ roaming profiles? I thought it was
Application
Data\Microsoft\Outlook\Personal Folders.pst)

I've found limited material on the M$ Kn0wledge base but every "fix" dosn't
work or dosn't even relate the problem at hand.

As much as I love samba, there is too much "hacking" that must be done in
order to manage the server, and with that hacking comes w2k issues simply
due
to the fact that w2k sucks. Unfortunately that does not help me get my data
back so I am afraid I will not be able to continue using samba as my PDC for
w2k clients.

Needs some stability/interoperability work... I can't spend 30 hours a week
babysitting a PDC.
--
Thomas J. Hudak
Systems Administrator
Sistina Software Inc. - www.sistina.com
Phone: 612.638.0500 x.513
Fax: 612.379.3952
Page: 612.318.1967
Key fingerprint = BEC6 3181 4C9B A7BB AF11  4717 6F85 B346 380D 523E

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yes, see the variable substitutions chapter from the smb.conf manual
you may find it here http://us1.samba.org/samba/docs/man/smb.conf.5.html

Andre

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just wondering if multiple logon scripts are possible if a samba server
(running 2.2.1a) is running as a login server...

part of my smb.conf:

domain logons = yes
logon script = logon.bat


can it be:
domain logons = yes
logon script = logon.bat,sales.bat

thanks
jason

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this import method will work fine.

You can actually just move the pst file to whatever folder you need, then,
when Outlook starts up, it will ask where the file is. Browse to the pst
file's new location, then click open.

This way, you avoid having to import, although, if the pst is very large,
you have the option of importing only selected folders (contacts, calendar
etc._

Bill Clark

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Well one problem I know to resolve, if you want to put a .pst file in
another location use this metod (it's not a Microsoft Certified System
Professional but it works) I've discovered it by mistake heheheheheh

Rename or move the .pst file that is in your "C:\Documents and
Settings\andre\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook", yes, my
name is andre, and start Outlook, Outlook will ask you where is his file, ok
tell to create a new one, then import the old .pst file to the new one, It
was the only method that I've discovered to remove the .pst file from the
"local settings" (I dont know why, but "local settings" doesn't make part of
a roaming profile) (maybe because of his own name hehehehe)

Hope that helps you with further problems

Andre

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I've found very little concerning this issue, but I have found a couple
postings describing what was done to cause the problem. However there seems
to
be no resolution.

At some point (downgrade from 2.2.1a to 2.2.0) caused some w2k machines to
loose their trust accounts. Upon removing the w2k machines from the domain
to
a workgroup, and back to the domain, Outlook no longer functions for that
user. All I get is an error stating "Cannot open Microsoft Outlook" and
nothing more. There are no errors in the event viewer, I can open outlook
with
other users etc.

This tells me something got hosed in that users profile, but what, and why?
And HOW do I fix it as I now have 3 users who have *lost* their settings
because outlook can't open. (oh btw... there's not a single .pst file
anywhere
on my samba server... anyone know how/where outlook creates it's .pst's by
default on a w2k workstation w/ roaming profiles? I thought it was
Application
Data\Microsoft\Outlook\Personal Folders.pst)

I've found limited material on the M$ Kn0wledge base but every "fix" dosn't
work or dosn't even relate the problem at hand.

As much as I love samba, there is too much "hacking" that must be done in
order to manage the server, and with that hacking comes w2k issues simply
due
to the fact that w2k sucks. Unfortunately that does not help me get my data
back so I am afraid I will not be able to continue using samba as my PDC for
w2k clients.

Needs some stability/interoperability work... I can't spend 30 hours a week
babysitting a PDC.
--
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   Hello,
   please was there anyone successfull on making ms-dfs links in
directories in ms-dfs root directory? Situation is this, I have some
hierarchical structure in ms-dfs.

/
 |... ORG1               -> \\server1\org1_share
 |... ORG2               -> \\server2\org2_share
 |... ORG3/
 |        |... DIVISION1 -> \\server1\org3_div1_share
 |        |... DIVISION2 -> \\server3\org3_div2_share
 |... ORG4               -> \\server4\org4_share


    I am able to set properly links in directory of dfs-root (ORG1,
ORG2, ORG4) without problems and it is working on WinXX, Win NT, Win
2000. But links in ORG3 directory are not working.


    I have followed the debug logs and it seems that when it cames to
windows to see what is in directory of ORG3 samba correctly detects
that DIVISION1 and DIVISION2 are not common files, but dfs links and
it masquerades them as directories. But when you try to enter that
directory, it is treated as common unix file (nonexisting) and it
ends with and error "Wrong disc or directory
(\\DFSServer\dfsroot\ORG3\DIVISION1)".

    Please has anyone faced this problem? Have you any hint where to
look for and posibly which function has to be hacked and how?

                            thank you very much

                                        Michal Ambroz
(O_O)

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On Mon, Aug 20, 2001 at 01:38:39PM -0500, Tom Hudak wrote:
>At some point (downgrade from 2.2.1a to 2.2.0) caused some w2k machines to
>loose their trust accounts. Upon removing the w2k machines from the domain
to
>a workgroup, and back to the domain, Outlook no longer functions for that
>user. All I get is an error stating "Cannot open Microsoft Outlook" and
>nothing more. There are no errors in the event viewer, I can open outlook
>with other users etc.
So something in the registry must be telling the w2k machine that the user
trying to open outlook, and the user corresponding to the profile differ, and
that user can no longer open outlook. I still cannot open outlook after
removing all "Application Data" directories and I'm about to hunt registry
files for this crap, but I've already spent 4 days on getting users the
ability to open their mail, and I don't want to spend anymore.

Using the import methods would be fine if I even had a .pst to start with,
this is a re-occuring problem, there's not a .pst on the server, the
workstation or the backup tapes. I find this behavior to be quite
un-acceptable and am considering not even using outlook anymore.

I have a hard time believing that removing/adding the same user using the
same
profile fsck's up the configuration that badly. I wish M$ held some liability
when it comes to poor programming mistakes that lead to days on end of
downtime for users, and then a complete annihilation of their data.

M$.. Increasing productivity my ass.
Thanks,
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Systems Administrator
Sistina Software Inc. - www.sistina.com
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Hi list,
i have a FreeBSD box with Samba 2.2.1a working just fine
but i need to list the users from the user mannager of a W2k Box, 
the only users that i saw are the users who belong to the admin group,
there is some way to view all the systems users?
Thks!
 here is my smb.conf 


[global]
 log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
 max log size = 50
 domain master = yes
 dns proxy = no
 passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd
 domain logons = yes
 encrypt passwords = yes
 server string = SERVIDOR ALUMNOS
 domain admin group = @whell
 workgroup = ALUMNOS
 passwd chat = * %n\n * %n\n *listo*
 unix password sync = yes
 smb passwd file = /usr/local/private/smbpasswd
 logon script = configure.bat
 netbios name = kabah
 socket options = TCP_NODELAY
 client code page = 852
 local master = yes
 security = user
 logon drive = Z:
 os level = 65
 wins support = true

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Jason truong wrote:
> just wondering if multiple logon scripts are possible if a samba server
> (running 2.2.1a) is running as a login server...
> 
> part of my smb.conf:
> 
> domain logons = yes
> logon script = logon.bat
> 
> 
> can it be:
> domain logons = yes
> logon script = logon.bat,sales.bat

I don't believe so. The client (Win9X) does a NetWkstaUserLogon request, 
and there is only space for one logon script in the response, I believe.

WinNT would be similar, but uses an MSRPC call.

If you need this functionality, why not autogenerate the script and have 
it call each in turn?

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Hi,

Samba doesn't handle dfs links in subdirectories of dfs roots as yet. It
shouldn't be very difficult to do, and I've been meaning to do it, but
have been distracted with other stuff. Look for it in the next release.

- Shirish

On Mon, 20 Aug 2001, [iso-8859-2] Michal Ambroz wrote:

>   Hello,
>   please was there anyone successfull on making ms-dfs links in
>directories in ms-dfs root directory? Situation is this, I have some
>hierarchical structure in ms-dfs.
>
>/
> |... ORG1               -> \\server1\org1_share
> |... ORG2               -> \\server2\org2_share
> |... ORG3/
> |        |... DIVISION1 -> \\server1\org3_div1_share
> |        |... DIVISION2 -> \\server3\org3_div2_share
> |... ORG4               -> \\server4\org4_share
>
>
>    I am able to set properly links in directory of dfs-root (ORG1,
>ORG2, ORG4) without problems and it is working on WinXX, Win NT, Win
>2000. But links in ORG3 directory are not working.
>
>
>    I have followed the debug logs and it seems that when it cames to
>windows to see what is in directory of ORG3 samba correctly detects
>that DIVISION1 and DIVISION2 are not common files, but dfs links and
>it masquerades them as directories. But when you try to enter that
>directory, it is treated as common unix file (nonexisting) and it
>ends with and error "Wrong disc or directory
>(\\DFSServer\dfsroot\ORG3\DIVISION1)".
>
>    Please has anyone faced this problem? Have you any hint where to
>look for and posibly which function has to be hacked and how?
>
>                            thank you very much
>
>                                        Michal Ambroz
>(O_O)
>
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what about calling the second script from the firts one?

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De: Richard Sharpe [mailto:sharpe at ns.aus.com]
Enviado el: Lunes, 20 de Agosto de 2001 05:09 p.m.
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Jason truong wrote:
> just wondering if multiple logon scripts are possible if a samba server
> (running 2.2.1a) is running as a login server...
> 
> part of my smb.conf:
> 
> domain logons = yes
> logon script = logon.bat
> 
> 
> can it be:
> domain logons = yes
> logon script = logon.bat,sales.bat

I don't believe so. The client (Win9X) does a NetWkstaUserLogon request, 
and there is only space for one logon script in the response, I believe.

WinNT would be similar, but uses an MSRPC call.

If you need this functionality, why not autogenerate the script and have 
it call each in turn?

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Adam Lang wrote:
>This what I have.  config.pol is dropped into the netlogon share.

Yes I know that part. But what I whant to do is to say that the dir:
c:\winnt\profiles\<username>\Application Data is refered to the profile
share,
e.g \\%N\profiles\%U\Application Data so I do not have to download the
contens of the share, thus making win profiles more like unix home mounts
and reducing downloadtime by ALOT!.

What I need is to find out how I change the .pol file to make this happen.

:-)

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samba 2.2.1a, redhat linux 7.1 (2.4.2 kernel).

I'm using samba as a PDC for a small domain.  It's been working well for 
some months for NT 4.0 SP6 machines, and now I'm trying to upgrade to 
win2k.  (Wish I didn't have to, but some new hardware we're installing 
needs it.)  I find that profiles are not saved for Domain Users unless they 
are Administrators.  The problem is exactly as described in MS KB article 
"Changes to User Profiles Are Not Saved (Q169144)", except for one thing: 
the solution described there has no effect.  That is, explicitly adding a 
domain user to the Users group (or any other group except Administrators) 
does not result in the profile being saved.

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Hi,

Here's a patch (against 2.2) that will allow dfs links at any level under
the DFS root.

Let me know if you have any issues with it..

Cheers,
Shirish

Index: include/msdfs.h
===================================================================
RCS file: /data/cvs/samba/source/include/msdfs.h,v
retrieving revision 1.5
diff -u -r1.5 msdfs.h
--- include/msdfs.h	26 May 2000 17:10:38 -0000	1.5
+++ include/msdfs.h	20 Aug 2001 23:15:00 -0000
@@ -53,10 +53,9 @@
 
 struct dfs_path
 {
-  pstring hostname;
-  pstring servicename;
-  pstring volumename;
-  pstring restofthepath;
+	pstring hostname;
+	pstring servicename;
+	pstring reqpath;
 };
 
 #ifdef WITH_MSDFS
Index: msdfs/msdfs.c
===================================================================
RCS file: /data/cvs/samba/source/msdfs/msdfs.c,v
retrieving revision 1.10.4.6
diff -u -r1.10.4.6 msdfs.c
--- msdfs/msdfs.c	19 Aug 2001 17:21:02 -0000	1.10.4.6
+++ msdfs/msdfs.c	20 Aug 2001 23:15:00 -0000
@@ -33,13 +33,11 @@
 
 static void create_nondfs_path(char* pathname, struct dfs_path* pdp)
 {
-	pstrcpy(pathname,pdp->volumename); 
-	pstrcat(pathname,"\\"); 
-	pstrcat(pathname,pdp->restofthepath); 
+	pstrcpy(pathname,pdp->reqpath); 
 }
 
 /**********************************************************************
-  Parse the pathname  of the form \hostname\service\volume\restofthepath
+  Parse the pathname  of the form \hostname\service\reqpath
   into the dfs_path structure 
  **********************************************************************/
 
@@ -76,20 +74,15 @@
 	pstrcpy(pdp->servicename,temp);
 	DEBUG(10,("servicename: %s\n",pdp->servicename));
 
-	/* parse out volumename */
-	temp = p+1;
-	p = strchr(temp,'\\');
-	if(p == NULL) {
-		pstrcpy(pdp->volumename,temp);
-		return True;
+	/* rest is reqpath */
+	pstrcpy(pdp->reqpath, p+1);
+	p = pdp->reqpath;
+	while (*p) {
+		if (*p == '\\') *p = '/';
+		p++;
 	}
-	*p = '\0';
-	pstrcpy(pdp->volumename,temp);
-	DEBUG(10,("volumename: %s\n",pdp->volumename));
 
-	/* remaining path .. */
-	pstrcpy(pdp->restofthepath,p+1);
-	DEBUG(10,("rest of the path: %s\n",pdp->restofthepath));
+	DEBUG(10,("rest of the path: %s\n",pdp->reqpath));
 	return True;
 }
 
@@ -160,7 +153,7 @@
 	}
 
 	pstrcpy(jn->service_name,dp.servicename);
-	pstrcpy(jn->volume_name,dp.volumename);
+	pstrcpy(jn->volume_name,dp.reqpath);
 	return True;
 }
 
@@ -312,7 +305,7 @@
 	/* check if need to redirect */
 	fstrcpy(path, conn->connectpath);
 	fstrcat(path, "/");
-	fstrcat(path, dp.volumename);
+	fstrcat(path, dp.reqpath);
 	if(is_msdfs_link(conn, path)) {
 		DEBUG(4,("dfs_redirect: Redirecting %s\n",temp));
 		return True;
@@ -346,8 +339,8 @@
 
 	parse_dfs_path(pathname,&dp);
 	DEBUG(8,("dfs_findfirst_redirect: path %s is in Dfs. dp.restofthepath=.%s.\n",
-				pathname,dp.restofthepath));
-	if(!(*(dp.restofthepath))) {
+				pathname,dp.reqpath));
+	if(!(*(dp.reqpath))) {
 		create_nondfs_path(pathname,&dp);
 		return False;
 	}
Index: rpc_server/srv_dfs_nt.c
===================================================================
RCS file: /data/cvs/samba/source/rpc_server/srv_dfs_nt.c,v
retrieving revision 1.1.2.4
diff -u -r1.1.2.4 srv_dfs_nt.c
--- rpc_server/srv_dfs_nt.c	13 Jun 2001 00:41:44 -0000	1.1.2.4
+++ rpc_server/srv_dfs_nt.c	20 Aug 2001 23:15:00 -0000
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@
 
   if (user.uid != 0) {
 	DEBUG(10,("_dfs_add: uid != 0. Access denied.\n"));
-	return ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED;
+	return NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED;
   }
 
   unistr2_to_ascii(dfspath, &q_u->DfsEntryPath, sizeof(dfspath)-1);
@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@
 
   if (user.uid != 0) {
 	DEBUG(10,("_dfs_remove: uid != 0. Access denied.\n"));
-	return ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED;
+	return NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED;
   }
 
   unistr2_to_ascii(dfspath, &q_u->DfsEntryPath, sizeof(dfspath)-1);

On Mon, 20 Aug 2001, Shirish Kalele wrote:

>Hi,
>
>Samba doesn't handle dfs links in subdirectories of dfs roots as yet. It
>shouldn't be very difficult to do, and I've been meaning to do it, but
>have been distracted with other stuff. Look for it in the next release.
>
>- Shirish
>
>On Mon, 20 Aug 2001, [iso-8859-2] Michal Ambroz wrote:
>
>>   Hello,
>>   please was there anyone successfull on making ms-dfs links in
>>directories in ms-dfs root directory? Situation is this, I have some
>>hierarchical structure in ms-dfs.
>>
>>/
>> |... ORG1               -> \\server1\org1_share
>> |... ORG2               -> \\server2\org2_share
>> |... ORG3/
>> |        |... DIVISION1 -> \\server1\org3_div1_share
>> |        |... DIVISION2 -> \\server3\org3_div2_share
>> |... ORG4               -> \\server4\org4_share
>>
>>
>>    I am able to set properly links in directory of dfs-root (ORG1,
>>ORG2, ORG4) without problems and it is working on WinXX, Win NT, Win
>>2000. But links in ORG3 directory are not working.
>>
>>
>>    I have followed the debug logs and it seems that when it cames to
>>windows to see what is in directory of ORG3 samba correctly detects
>>that DIVISION1 and DIVISION2 are not common files, but dfs links and
>>it masquerades them as directories. But when you try to enter that
>>directory, it is treated as common unix file (nonexisting) and it
>>ends with and error "Wrong disc or directory
>>(\\DFSServer\dfsroot\ORG3\DIVISION1)".
>>
>>    Please has anyone faced this problem? Have you any hint where to
>>look for and posibly which function has to be hacked and how?
>>
>>                            thank you very much
>>
>>                                        Michal Ambroz
>>(O_O)
>>
>>______________________________________________________________________
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Can you please now remove me from mailing list
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Guys, lets teach him a lesson, his email is mikescalia2002 at yahoo.com lets
make fome forwards to him

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Look,  don't panic. The first time I got mad too
The "local settings" direcory is hidden, try to disable the "hide protected
operating system files (Recommended)" in the view tab of folder options
form, you can access that trom the tools menu selecting folder options
something live this, My Computer->tools->folder options...->view and
deselect "hide protected operating system files (Recommended)" you must also
select "show hidden files and folders"
This way you will see all files in the user profile folder the open
C:\Documents and Settings\"user name"\Local Settings\Application
Data\Microsoft\Outlook, see, "local settings" and "application data" is a
hidden folder, the first time I went directly to "aplication data" under my
profile, ie. I went to C:\Documents and Settings\"user name"\Application
Data\Microsoft\Outlook, that's diferent.
Or something more simple
make a search for *.pst in "Documents and Settings"
I dont think that Microsoft has that kind of bug.
If this isn't the problem maybe is better to post your message directly to
microsoft, this is not a domain problem, but a profile problem
Let me know if you resolved your problem, it's an interesting problem
My Email is andre.macara at clix.pt and a ICQ# 13573592 you are free to join me
to your list
Andre


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On Mon, Aug 20, 2001 at 01:38:39PM -0500, Tom Hudak wrote:
>At some point (downgrade from 2.2.1a to 2.2.0) caused some w2k machines to
>loose their trust accounts. Upon removing the w2k machines from the domain
to
>a workgroup, and back to the domain, Outlook no longer functions for that
>user. All I get is an error stating "Cannot open Microsoft Outlook" and
>nothing more. There are no errors in the event viewer, I can open outlook
>with other users etc.
So something in the registry must be telling the w2k machine that the user
trying to open outlook, and the user corresponding to the profile differ,
and
that user can no longer open outlook. I still cannot open outlook after
removing all "Application Data" directories and I'm about to hunt registry
files for this crap, but I've already spent 4 days on getting users the
ability to open their mail, and I don't want to spend anymore.

Using the import methods would be fine if I even had a .pst to start with,
this is a re-occuring problem, there's not a .pst on the server, the
workstation or the backup tapes. I find this behavior to be quite
un-acceptable and am considering not even using outlook anymore.

I have a hard time believing that removing/adding the same user using the
same
profile fsck's up the configuration that badly. I wish M$ held some
liability
when it comes to poor programming mistakes that lead to days on end of
downtime for users, and then a complete annihilation of their data.

M$.. Increasing productivity my ass.
Thanks,
--
Thomas J. Hudak
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Me too.
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Hello everyone,
    Quick question, would greatly appreciate if someone could give me a quick
answer please as I only have a few days to get this implemented.  Does Samba
2.2.1a setup as a NIS+HOME with PDC logons and roaming profiles have the
ability to save netscape preference information / user mailboxes through the
Samba server?  The two netscape profiles are originally kept in an extension
of the user's home directory such as the following:

/home/username/ient/... this directory saves the preferences of netscape i.e.
user configurations
/home/username/ient/mail/...  this directory saves the mail folders for the
user.

The information just has to be pointed to an not copied during each login of
the clients.  Can Samba do this.  We have it installed on a Solaris system.

Thank you,
Michael Cerreto
Network Admin Integrator
Ecole des Mines
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On Tue, 21 Aug 2001 01:58:37 +0100, "Andre Macara"
<andre.macara at clix.pt> wrote:

>Guys, lets teach him a lesson, his email is mikescalia2002 at yahoo.com lets
>make fome forwards to him
>

I know it's tempting, but sending mail to this address is far more
likely to only provide the spammer with your own addresses to spam -
that is, if the spammer's address is any good at all, which is doubtful.

The spammer sent this from a probably dialup at connix.net. Here are the
relevant headers (you can see the full set in your copy of the original
message). Received: headers following these are forged:

>Received: from mail.koyote.com (mail.koyote.com [63.94.40.25]) by
>  lists.samba.org (Postfix) with ESMTP id 3B6705055 for
>  <samba-ntdom at us4.samba.org>; Mon, 20 Aug 2001 14:53:37 -0700 (PDT)
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>  by mail.koyote.com (Postfix) with SMTP id 471001F34E for
>  <samba-ntdom at us4.samba.org>; Mon, 20 Aug 2001 16:56:49 -0500 (CDT)

Please note that, as far as can be seen here, connix.net is the provider
the spammer used, not the spammer. I don't know anything about
connix.net, and their web site is, strangely, not accepting port 80
connections at the moment, but unless and until someone learns
different, they can be assumed to be among the "good guys."

The server mail.koyote.com appears to be an open relay the spammer
abused. I haven't tested it yet to make sure.

Ray

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I recall seeing this with a few WinNT workstations talking to a WinNT 
server, a few years ago.  I came to the conclusion that our efforts to 
secure the local machines had left them with some unknown system 
file having inadequate permissions.  

If you are doing any manual resetting of permissions on local system 
files, you might consider starting with a freshly installed, default 
win2k installation and/or a newly created user, and see if the problem 
exists in those cases.

Could a mandatory profile interfere?


On Monday 20 August 2001 15:58, you wrote:
> samba 2.2.1a, redhat linux 7.1 (2.4.2 kernel).
>
> I'm using samba as a PDC for a small domain.  It's been working well
> for some months for NT 4.0 SP6 machines, and now I'm trying to
> upgrade to win2k.  (Wish I didn't have to, but some new hardware
> we're installing needs it.)  I find that profiles are not saved for
> Domain Users unless they are Administrators.  The problem is exactly
> as described in MS KB article "Changes to User Profiles Are Not Saved
> (Q169144)", except for one thing: the solution described there has no
> effect.  That is, explicitly adding a domain user to the Users group
> (or any other group except Administrators) does not result in the
> profile being saved.
>
> --
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Hi all,

I'm trying to change the current logged in user password programmatically. but after the user changes his password using my program, his roaming profile failed to be uploaded to Samba server and i get authentication/authorization errors in the machine log file.

i'm using "NetGetDCName() and NetUserChangePassword()" to change the user password.

Also I'm using Samba 2.0.7 and my clients are all windows NT 4.0

How i can overcome this problem??

Thanks,
Atef

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Hi all,

I'm trying to change the current logged in user password programmatically. but after the user changes his password using my program, his roaming profile failed to be uploaded to Samba server and i get authentication/authorization errors in the machine log file.

i'm using "NetGetDCName() and NetUserChangePassword()" to change the user password.

Also I'm using Samba 2.0.7 and my clients are all windows NT 4.0

How i can overcome this problem??

Thanks,
Atef

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Hi!

I have a problem with Samba version 2.2.1 running on Solaris 7.

The problem is that after it have been running for a few hours it stops to
respond and no connection works. If I check if the smbd & nmbd deamon is
running it looks just fine but for some reason I cant connect to the
server. But if I stop the deamons and restart them it works for a while
again. I have approx. 200-300 users at the time this happens.

My config file looks as follows:
**********************************************************
[global]
        workgroup = HIG-STUDENT
        netbios name = ADEPTUS
        server string = Samba Server

        hosts allow = 130.243.0.0/255.255.252.0,
130.243.12.0/255.255.252.0, 130.243.7.0/255.255.255.0
130.243.9.0/255.255.255.128
        log file = /usr/local/samba/var/log.%I
        max log size = 1000
        security = user
        encrypt passwords = No
        update encrypted = yes
        include = /etc/samba/conf.%a
        socket options = TCP_NODELAY
        remote announce = 130.243.0.10
        os level = 33
        domain master = Yes
        preferred master = Yes
        domain logons = Yes
        wins support = Yes
        name resolve order = lmhosts host wins bcast
        dns proxy = No
        log level = 1
        deadtime = 3
        logon script = Ntlogin.bat
        valid chars = 0206:0217 0204:0216 0224:0231 0345:0305 0344:0304
0366:0326
        print command = /bin/lp -c -o nobanner -d %p %s ; rm %s
        lpq command = /bin/echo
        oplocks = No
        wide links = No
        domain admin group = administrator
********************************************************

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I cannot condone resorting to spamming the spammer, regardless of how
tempting it is!!

If you really want to inflict some legitimate aggravation then the
following may give you some pointers on an "acceptable" form of
"retribution".

I administer a number of servers, including my own system at
home/office. Over 2 months I was consistently getting "spam relay tests"
from a particular user at yahoo with an end username at hotmail.com. The
constant relay attempts (failed of course but still annoying as it fills
up my logs!) began to really peeve me... in the end I wrote a somewhat
terse email to abuse at hotmail.com demanding that they terminate the
enduser account on the basis the user was running  relay testing as a
prelude to spamming... after a few semi-argumentative emails back &
forth, hotmail agreed to my demands & terminated the user!! I have now
had 4 users terminated like this... YES I know they just get a new
hotmail account but it has to annoy them slightly & certainly makes me
feel better... so I get some satisfaction, cause them some irritation
but have not descended to their level!!

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Hi,

I am using samba 2.2.1a as print server. Driver download for nt/9x works 
fine. I have two problems however:

1. When I run rpcclient command with "enumprinters", it does not return 
printers list, instead I get

Domain=[GOLD] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.1a]
rpc_api_pipe: cmd 26 on pipe 7034 failed to return data.
result was NT_STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL

2. If I browse the print server from a NT/2000 box, the list of printers 
comes up immediately but if I double click on the printers folder inside 
that, the list takes a long time to show up. In the mean time samba 
server is busy running lpq for about 100 printers configured. Is there a 
way to make that list show up quickly?

Thanks,

rajeev

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Please remove me from the mailing list

thanks

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At 01:33 AM 8/21/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>I recall seeing this with a few WinNT workstations talking to a WinNT
>server, a few years ago.  I came to the conclusion that our efforts to
>secure the local machines had left them with some unknown system
>file having inadequate permissions.
>
>If you are doing any manual resetting of permissions on local system
>files, you might consider starting with a freshly installed, default
>win2k installation and/or a newly created user, and see if the problem
>exists in those cases.
>
>Could a mandatory profile interfere?

None of those things.  It's a fresh, brand spanking new w2k installation, 
and I don't use mandatory profiles.

In the meantime, the problem has fixed itself. (Temporarily, or for 
good?  Wish I knew.)  I came in this morning and logged on to one of our 
NT4 workstations as a domain user, it said I had insufficient privilege to 
set system time.  Not supposed to happen.  Then I opened an explorer window 
on a folder shared by the samba server, and it went into some kind of a 
loop where the window flickered and Windows Explorer was wedged, CPU pegged 
at about 85%.  So, I rebooted the samba server, rebooted the client 
workstation, and not only can I now set the system time on that client as 
in days on yore, but my profile now gets saved on the w2k workstation.

I guess that my running smbd processes got corrupted somehow.  As one 
consequence of that corruption, it reported domain users as belonging to 
the Domain Guests group, so they had no privileges and their profiles 
weren't saved.

--
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Department of Molecular Biology                           -1488 (fax)
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
6000 Harry Hines Blvd                            leon at eatworms.swmed.edu
Dallas, TX  75390-9148                  http://eatworms.swmed.edu/~leon/

At 01:33 AM 8/21/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>I recall seeing this with a few WinNT workstations talking to a WinNT
>server, a few years ago.  I came to the conclusion that our efforts to
>secure the local machines had left them with some unknown system
>file having inadequate permissions.
>
>If you are doing any manual resetting of permissions on local system
>files, you might consider starting with a freshly installed, default
>win2k installation and/or a newly created user, and see if the problem
>exists in those cases.
>
>Could a mandatory profile interfere?
>
>
>On Monday 20 August 2001 15:58, you wrote:
> > samba 2.2.1a, redhat linux 7.1 (2.4.2 kernel).
> >
> > I'm using samba as a PDC for a small domain.  It's been working well
> > for some months for NT 4.0 SP6 machines, and now I'm trying to
> > upgrade to win2k.  (Wish I didn't have to, but some new hardware
> > we're installing needs it.)  I find that profiles are not saved for
> > Domain Users unless they are Administrators.  The problem is exactly
> > as described in MS KB article "Changes to User Profiles Are Not Saved
> > (Q169144)", except for one thing: the solution described there has no
> > effect.  That is, explicitly adding a domain user to the Users group
> > (or any other group except Administrators) does not result in the
> > profile being saved.
> >
> > --
> > Leon Avery                                       (214) 648-4931
> > (voice) Department of Molecular Biology
> > -1488 (fax) University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
> > 6000 Harry Hines Blvd
> > leon at eatworms.swmed.edu Dallas, TX  75390-9148
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Interesting, expecially in light of:

   NESTING AND EXPANDING DFS TREES

   Although each particular Dfs tree is limited to two levels of volumes,
   each volume can contain multiple levels of folders. Additionally, you
   can create a multi-leveled tree by nesting Dfs trees inside of each
   other. You do this by adding the root volume of one Dfs tree as a leaf
   volume in another Dfs. Creating a multi-level tree this way is
   transparent to users; they do not know when they have crossed from one
   Dfs tree to another.

This was found at
http://www.microsoft.com/NTServer/nts/downloads/winfeatures/NTSDistrFile/AdminGuide.asp

Does this mean that Microsoft will copy the functionality offered by this
patch or break it on their next client?  Both?

Mike


On Mon, Aug 20, 2001 at 04:22:14PM -0700, Shirish Kalele wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Here's a patch (against 2.2) that will allow dfs links at any level under
> the DFS root.
> 
> Let me know if you have any issues with it..

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> Please remove me from the  the mailing list
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I've updated to the latest CVS and still can't use the user manager nor
server manager. The user manager gives the infamous "Tag is invalid"
error I've seen so much about on this list. Everytime someone asks this
question, they are told to update, I did, still no go. Any other
suggestions? (I have not even tried W2k workstations yet, I keep seeing
the same response to those messages also.)

- Gary

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2.4.5 kernel (compiled)

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Hi all,

We keep having a serious problem on our Samba 2.2.1a 
based Server, running a pretty old 2.2.5 Linux kernel.

After 24 to 48 hours continuous operation (~40 users with 
NT4, W2K and Win98 Workstation), I see in the logs:

[2001/08/21 15:37:22, 0] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(997)
  request_oplock_break: no response received to oplock break request to 
pid 3259
3 on port 4960 for dev = 821, inode = 610306
  for dev = 821, inode = 610306, tv_sec = 3b824877, tv_usec = 5bb90

All network-based Office 2K installation and every 
executable running off the server keeps crashing and 
only restarting samba and having every user logout -> 
login helps.

The interesting part in smb.conf is configured as 
follows:

   locking = yes
   oplocks=yes
   share modes = yes
   kernel oplocks = false

Any ideas?

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By default netscape keeps it's user profile information on the local drive.
A netscape roaming profile can be set up but it's not samba centric.  The is a
module for apache called mod_roaming to do exactly what you're asking for.

The method you've described is what I use right now, but it's completely manual.

Mike Cerreto wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>     Quick question, would greatly appreciate if someone could give me a quick
> answer please as I only have a few days to get this implemented.  Does Samba
> 2.2.1a setup as a NIS+HOME with PDC logons and roaming profiles have the
> ability to save netscape preference information / user mailboxes through the
> Samba server?  The two netscape profiles are originally kept in an extension
> of the user's home directory such as the following:
>
> /home/username/ient/... this directory saves the preferences of netscape i.e.
> user configurations
> /home/username/ient/mail/...  this directory saves the mail folders for the
> user.
>
> The information just has to be pointed to an not copied during each login of
> the clients.  Can Samba do this.  We have it installed on a Solaris system.
>
> Thank you,
> Michael Cerreto
> Network Admin Integrator
> Ecole des Mines
> Albi, 81000
> France
> cerreto at enstimac.fr

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You need to add the samba server to the domain and run smbpasswd as
described in the good documentaion for 2.2 (can be found on the samba web)

Regards

-Mciahel

On Fri, 10 Aug 2001, Smith, William E. (Bill), Jr. wrote:
> I've setup my Samba server to use the password server option and put in the
> netbios name of the DC that authenticates.  However, that is failing with
> the errors I'm seeing below.  The NT domain I have my samba server in is a
> resource domain but I have to authenticate to a DC in another domain.  Given
> the error I'm guessing perhaps I need to have a machine account added in the
> domain doing the authentication? If my guess happens to be correct is there
> anything else that needs to be done besides adding that account?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Bill
> 
> 
> 
> [2001/08/10 11:56:21, 0] rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_auth2(160)
>   cli_net_auth2: Error NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT
> [2001/08/10 11:56:21, 0] rpc_client/cli_login.c:cli_nt_setup_creds(71)
>   cli_nt_setup_creds: auth2 challenge failed
> [2001/08/10 11:56:21, 0]
> smbd/password.c:connect_to_domain_password_server(1380)
>   connect_to_domain_password_server: unable to setup the PDC credentials to
> machine JHUAPL-DC2. Error was : NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:21, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1596)
>   domain_client_validate: Domain password server not available.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:21, 0] rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_auth2(160)
>   cli_net_auth2: Error NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT
> [2001/08/10 11:56:21, 0] rpc_client/cli_login.c:cli_nt_setup_creds(71)
>   cli_nt_setup_creds: auth2 challenge failed
> [2001/08/10 11:56:21, 0]
> smbd/password.c:connect_to_domain_password_server(1380)
>   connect_to_domain_password_server: unable to setup the PDC credentials to
> machine JHUAPL-DC2. Error was : NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:21, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1596)
>   domain_client_validate: Domain password server not available.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:22, 0] rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_auth2(160)
>   cli_net_auth2: Error NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT
> [2001/08/10 11:56:22, 0] rpc_client/cli_login.c:cli_nt_setup_creds(71)
>   cli_nt_setup_creds: auth2 challenge failed
> [2001/08/10 11:56:22, 0]
> smbd/password.c:connect_to_domain_password_server(1380)
>   connect_to_domain_password_server: unable to setup the PDC credentials to
> machine JHUAPL-DC2. Error was : NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:22, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1596)
>   domain_client_validate: Domain password server not available.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:22, 0] rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_auth2(160)
>   cli_net_auth2: Error NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT
> [2001/08/10 11:56:22, 0] rpc_client/cli_login.c:cli_nt_setup_creds(71)
>   cli_nt_setup_creds: auth2 challenge failed
> [2001/08/10 11:56:22, 0]
> smbd/password.c:connect_to_domain_password_server(1380)
>   connect_to_domain_password_server: unable to setup the PDC credentials to
> machine JHUAPL-DC2. Error was : NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:22, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1596)
>   domain_client_validate: Domain password server not available.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:30, 0] rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_auth2(160)
>   cli_net_auth2: Error NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT
> [2001/08/10 11:56:30, 0] rpc_client/cli_login.c:cli_nt_setup_creds(71)
>   cli_nt_setup_creds: auth2 challenge failed
> [2001/08/10 11:56:30, 0]
> smbd/password.c:connect_to_domain_password_server(1380)
>   connect_to_domain_password_server: unable to setup the PDC credentials to
> machine JHUAPL-DC2. Error was : NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:30, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1596)
>   domain_client_validate: Domain password server not available.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:36, 0] rpc_client/cli_netlogon.c:cli_net_auth2(160)
>   cli_net_auth2: Error NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT
> [2001/08/10 11:56:36, 0] rpc_client/cli_login.c:cli_nt_setup_creds(71)
>   cli_nt_setup_creds: auth2 challenge failed
> [2001/08/10 11:56:36, 0]
> smbd/password.c:connect_to_domain_password_server(1380)
>   connect_to_domain_password_server: unable to setup the PDC credentials to
> machine JHUAPL-DC2. Error was : NT_STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT.
> [2001/08/10 11:56:36, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1596)
>   domain_client_validate: Domain password server not available.
> 

-- 
   Michael Collin Nielsen  mailto:michael at hum.auc.dk
   M.Sc.E.E.               http://www.hum.auc.dk/~michael
   Sysadm in Faculty of Humanities, Aalborg University

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I curious as to your point in sending out four messages with the response
"no", when you have no control over who is removed from the mailing list.

Greg J. Zartman, P.E.
Vice-President

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no

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
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> Me too.
> Topica remove doesn't work !
>
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You are right.  I have no control... so that means I won't be removing them.

They did ask EVERYONE on the list to be removed.  If they didn't want me to
respond and tell them no, then they should have done several things:

1) Kept their welcome message that explains how to unsubscribe.

2) Gone to Samba.org and click on the mailing lists link and follow
directions.

I can see how #2 would not have occurred to anyone since the concept of
going to the site for information is an idea way out in left field.

So, would it have been worth more of your time to ask THEM why they felt it
was necessary to post to the list asking for removal when it would take them
a couple minutes to just do it themselves?

Does their mom still cut the crust off their PB&J sandwiches for them?

I HATE posts telling/asking to be removed from email lists.  They are
nothing but lazy.

Adam Lang
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Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
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> I curious as to your point in sending out four messages with the response
> "no", when you have no control over who is removed from the mailing list.
>
> Greg J. Zartman, P.E.
> Vice-President

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They are asking for help just like everyone else on the list ... let's be
nice and tell them how to get off so they stop annoying us :).  Let's all
stay happy!

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> You are right.  I have no control... so that means I won't be removing
them.
>
> They did ask EVERYONE on the list to be removed.  If they didn't want me
to
> respond and tell them no, then they should have done several things:
>
> 1) Kept their welcome message that explains how to unsubscribe.
>
> 2) Gone to Samba.org and click on the mailing lists link and follow
> directions.
>
> I can see how #2 would not have occurred to anyone since the concept of
> going to the site for information is an idea way out in left field.
>
> So, would it have been worth more of your time to ask THEM why they felt
it
> was necessary to post to the list asking for removal when it would take
them
> a couple minutes to just do it themselves?
>
> Does their mom still cut the crust off their PB&J sandwiches for them?
>
> I HATE posts telling/asking to be removed from email lists.  They are
> nothing but lazy.
>
> Adam Lang
> Systems Engineer
> Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
> http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Greg J. Zartman" <greg at kwikfind.com>
> To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>;
<samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 11:42 AM
> Subject: RE: Please Remove me
>
>
> > I curious as to your point in sending out four messages with the
response
> > "no", when you have no control over who is removed from the mailing
list.
> >
> > Greg J. Zartman, P.E.
> > Vice-President
>

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Bruce Ferrell wrote:

> By default netscape keeps it's user profile information on the local drive.
> A netscape roaming profile can be set up but it's not samba centric.  The is a
> module for apache called mod_roaming to do exactly what you're asking for.
>
> The method you've described is what I use right now, but it's completely manual.
>
> Mike Cerreto wrote:
>
> > Hello everyone,
> >     Quick question, would greatly appreciate if someone could give me a quick
> > answer please as I only have a few days to get this implemented.  Does Samba
> > 2.2.1a setup as a NIS+HOME with PDC logons and roaming profiles have the
> > ability to save netscape preference information / user mailboxes through the
> > Samba server?  The two netscape profiles are originally kept in an extension
> > of the user's home directory such as the following:
> >
> > /home/username/ient/... this directory saves the preferences of netscape i.e.
> > user configurations
> > /home/username/ient/mail/...  this directory saves the mail folders for the
> > user.
> >
> > The information just has to be pointed to an not copied during each login of
> > the clients.  Can Samba do this.  We have it installed on a Solaris system.
> >
> > Thank you,
> > Michael Cerreto
> > Network Admin Integrator
> > Ecole des Mines
> > Albi, 81000
> > France
> > cerreto at enstimac.fr

One method we've used is to set up a default Netscape profile on each machine point
it to the drive which mounts \\homes\.netscape (we use U:). This way each user
automatically gets their own share and their own netscape profile all of their mail
folders etc. This is easy and simple, the only problem is if the \\homes is not
available Netscape will try to create an new profile.

--
Robert Steinmetz AIA
Principal
Steinmetz & Associates

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Boy, someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning!


-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 8:58 AM
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You are right.  I have no control... so that means I won't be removing them.

They did ask EVERYONE on the list to be removed.  If they didn't want me to
respond and tell them no, then they should have done several things:

1) Kept their welcome message that explains how to unsubscribe.

2) Gone to Samba.org and click on the mailing lists link and follow
directions.

I can see how #2 would not have occurred to anyone since the concept of
going to the site for information is an idea way out in left field.

So, would it have been worth more of your time to ask THEM why they felt it
was necessary to post to the list asking for removal when it would take them
a couple minutes to just do it themselves?

Does their mom still cut the crust off their PB&J sandwiches for them?

I HATE posts telling/asking to be removed from email lists.  They are
nothing but lazy.

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
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From: "Greg J. Zartman" <greg at kwikfind.com>
To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>; <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 11:42 AM
Subject: RE: Please Remove me


> I curious as to your point in sending out four messages with the response
> "no", when you have no control over who is removed from the mailing list.
>
> Greg J. Zartman, P.E.
> Vice-President

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To anyone that can help -

I have been wrestling with getting a machine of mine to authenticate
users against the PDC for quite some time now.  I am currently just
using the samba-appliance RPM and the samba-tng samedit binary because I
had read the old binary might cause some problems.  This is all on
RedHat 6.2 and I'm trying to authenticate against a Win2k domain
controller running off of a PDC emulator which makes it friendly for the
NT4 network.  Here is the problem:

I can connect to the PDC fine.  I get on and then have similar problems
that other people have had, but past posts have not been able to help.
Once connected to the PDC I still cannot join the machine to the domain
with the 'createuser MACHINE$ -j DOMAIN -L'  I have nmdb running at
loglevel 3 as well and have been looking at the logs and found that it
has not been able to communicate with the WINS server, which is the PDC.
nmbd is also still broadcasting to be a local master on the subnet,
which maybe someone would be able to tell as to why it's doing that.  I
moved the machine from one  subnet here to another subnet, where the PDC
is located, to no avail  I appreciate any help that could be given.
Thank you.

My smb.conf located in /usr/local/samba/lib/:

[global]
        workgroup = DOMAIN
        security = domain
        encrypt passwords = true
        stat cache = false
        winbind uid = 10000-20000
        winbind gid = 10000-20000
        password server = PDC
        debuglevel=3
        loglevel=3
        client code page = 437
        domain master = no
        local master = no
        name resolve order = host bcast
        preferred master = no
        wins server = PDC
        wins support = no

I also have entries for the PDC in /etc/hosts and /etc/lmhosts.

createuser output:

createuser MACHINE$ -j DOMAIN -L
[0,0]idx: 0 num_users now: 0
SAM Create Domain User
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name MACHINE<0x1b>
bind succeeded on port 0
Got a positive name query response from x.x.x.x ( x.x.x.x )
Got a positive name query response from x.x.x.x ( x.x.x.x )
bind succeeded on port 0
could not locate server for domain DOMAIN.

Sorry for the long entry.  Thanks again.

Peter

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While I can appreciate your situation, I think that the opinion being
expressed was that you are getting a little bent out of shape over something
pretty trivial.  If you see a post that asks to be removed, ignore it.
Certainly don't open and answer three different requests, creating even more
traffic going through EVERYONE'S e-mail server.  That's ridiculous!  And
while I agree that someone posting to the list and asking to be removed is
lazy, it certainly is not "the LAZIEST thing there is".  I truly hope you
don't mean that, and like Matt said, they asked for help, if it bothers you
that much, how about actually telling them how to unsub?  Crazy idea huh?

Marty Nelson
Network Administrator
Transdyn Controls, Inc.


-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 10:22 AM
To: Marty Nelson
Subject: Re: Please Remove me


It's not that.  It is the fact, between my home and work, I am a member of
10 email lists.

EVERY list always sends a welcome message SPECIFICALLY telling you to save
the message because it lists common commands... such as how to unsubscribe.

9 out of 10 email lists have the instructions or a form to unsubscribe at
their web site.

10 out of 10 email lists have the way to unsubscribe in the same location as
where you signed up.

8 out of 10 email lists have an administrator/moderator email address.

Posting to an email list asking for someone to remove you is the LAZIEST
thing there is.

Seeing SEVERAL people a day per list asking/telling to be unsubscribe is
DAMNED annoying.

Again, it shows nothing about a person except straight out lazy.  It would
take less than 5 minutes to find out how to unsubscribe from Samba on their
own.

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marty Nelson" <MNelson at Transdyn.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 12:57 PM
Subject: RE: Please Remove me


> Boy, someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning!
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 8:58 AM
> To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Re: Please Remove me
>
>
> You are right.  I have no control... so that means I won't be removing
them.
>
> They did ask EVERYONE on the list to be removed.  If they didn't want me
to
> respond and tell them no, then they should have done several things:
>
> 1) Kept their welcome message that explains how to unsubscribe.
>
> 2) Gone to Samba.org and click on the mailing lists link and follow
> directions.
>
> I can see how #2 would not have occurred to anyone since the concept of
> going to the site for information is an idea way out in left field.
>
> So, would it have been worth more of your time to ask THEM why they felt
it
> was necessary to post to the list asking for removal when it would take
them
> a couple minutes to just do it themselves?
>
> Does their mom still cut the crust off their PB&J sandwiches for them?
>
> I HATE posts telling/asking to be removed from email lists.  They are
> nothing but lazy.
>
> Adam Lang
> Systems Engineer
> Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
> http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Greg J. Zartman" <greg at kwikfind.com>
> To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>;
<samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 11:42 AM
> Subject: RE: Please Remove me
>
>
> > I curious as to your point in sending out four messages with the
response
> > "no", when you have no control over who is removed from the mailing
list.
> >
> > Greg J. Zartman, P.E.
> > Vice-President

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I am trying to setup the default samba installation that comes with
RedHat7.1.The Samba version  is 2.0.7. Is there a way in this version to be
able to use my NT domain groups for assigning permissions. Do I need
winbindd, or does it even work in this version of Samba. What exactly does
Winbindd do for you? What version does Winbindd show up in if it's not in
this version? Please reply back with any information you may have.

Thank you,
Scott

-----Original Message-----
From: Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]
[mailto:gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 10:05 AM
To: Scott Eicher
Subject: RE: NT Domain Groups


Hi,

In the share section in smb.conf, put:

valid users = @DOMAIN\group

You should be running winbind to make it work that way. Make shure when you
run smbstatus, your connected users show up as DOMAIN\username, otherwise
this won't work.

Cheers
Gustavo

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2001 10:55
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Subject: NT Domain Groups


I am trying to setup Samba 2.2.1 on a RedHat 7.1 Linux server as a file
server on a NT Domain. I have my users authenticating to the domain but I
can't get groups to work. I'd like to use my existing NT Domain groups for
setting permissions and security on my the Samba file server. How would I do
this?

Thanks,
Scott Eicher


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> I am trying to setup the default samba installation that comes with
> RedHat7.1.The Samba version  is 2.0.7. Is there a way in this version to be
> able to use my NT domain groups for assigning permissions. Do I need
> winbindd, or does it even work in this version of Samba. What exactly does
> Winbindd do for you? What version does Winbindd show up in if it's not in
> this version? Please reply back with any information you may have.

with winbind working, you can set your permissions using user and group
information from your NT domain...if you want your samba machine to be
able to authenticate NT users, then get winbind working...once you do..its
pretty cool...

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Because it helps to every once in a while let people know that they should
spend a couple minutes on their own to unsubscribe.

And I did tell them how to unsubscribe.  I posted the "no" replies.  Someone
bit and made a comment and I dumped out that it would be a brilliant idea
for them to actually try going to the samba.org site and look under mailing
lists.

Every once in a while when I decide to make this a point on an email list,
with in the first hour someone always bites and I reply explaining that not
even trying to unsubscribe on their own is lazy and that you can usually do
it yourself by looking at the lists' web site.

There are several reasons why I post this to the list and not to the
person(s) off list.:
1) Since they are asking to be removed, they are apparently still on the
list and will read the message.
2) Other lazy people that are thinking of doing the same thing, as is the
example in this list because after one person asked, immediately 3-4 more
piped in asking for the same thing, will see the message and may think twice
about doing something to be considered an idiot.

Yes, they were asking for help.  But as with any legitimate topic, it is
annoying having people ask for help when they can't even spend a couple
minutes on their own trying to solve the problem.  MANY lists, under such
situations, will simply respond RTFM (Read The F***** Manual).

I do apologize to the rest of the people on the list that do know how to use
an email list.  This thread is not for them and is wasting their mailbox.
For some sad reason, this is one of the few things that really irritates me.

Is it so wrong to expect people to spend a minute to try to fix their own
problems?  Do you not wonder what goes through people's minds in a situation
like that?
"I do not want to be on this list and I do not know how to get off myself,
what should I do?"
If their first answer is to post to the email list to tell someone to remove
them, it is sad.  The amount of time it takes them to delete the email that
keeps coming to their mailbox while waiting for an admin to remove them or
someone on the list to tell them how, they could have found the answer
themselves.

It is NOT like it is some hidden secret or weird configuration problem.

I could care LESS about the "excess bandwidth" those emails generate. Big
deal.  I am annoyed that people are that lazy.

And as a matter of fact, they WEREN'T asking for help.  They were asking for
someone to do it for them.  ONE person out of 4 or 5 mentioned he had a
problem.  The rest just wanted someone to do it for them because they were
too damn lazy to do it themselves.

I did not plan on going this much into it, but when someone was trying to
make these people out to be helpless little sheep that need our guidance, I
got nauseas.

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marty Nelson" <MNelson at Transdyn.com>
To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>
Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 2:34 PM
Subject: RE: Please Remove me


> While I can appreciate your situation, I think that the opinion being
> expressed was that you are getting a little bent out of shape over
something
> pretty trivial.  If you see a post that asks to be removed, ignore it.
> Certainly don't open and answer three different requests, creating even
more
> traffic going through EVERYONE'S e-mail server.  That's ridiculous!  And
> while I agree that someone posting to the list and asking to be removed is
> lazy, it certainly is not "the LAZIEST thing there is".  I truly hope you
> don't mean that, and like Matt said, they asked for help, if it bothers
you
> that much, how about actually telling them how to unsub?  Crazy idea huh?
>
> Marty Nelson
> Network Administrator
> Transdyn Controls, Inc.
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 10:22 AM
> To: Marty Nelson
> Subject: Re: Please Remove me
>
>
> It's not that.  It is the fact, between my home and work, I am a member of
> 10 email lists.
>
> EVERY list always sends a welcome message SPECIFICALLY telling you to save
> the message because it lists common commands... such as how to
unsubscribe.
>
> 9 out of 10 email lists have the instructions or a form to unsubscribe at
> their web site.
>
> 10 out of 10 email lists have the way to unsubscribe in the same location
as
> where you signed up.
>
> 8 out of 10 email lists have an administrator/moderator email address.
>
> Posting to an email list asking for someone to remove you is the LAZIEST
> thing there is.
>
> Seeing SEVERAL people a day per list asking/telling to be unsubscribe is
> DAMNED annoying.
>
> Again, it shows nothing about a person except straight out lazy.  It would
> take less than 5 minutes to find out how to unsubscribe from Samba on
their
> own.
>
> Adam Lang
> Systems Engineer
> Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
> http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Marty Nelson" <MNelson at Transdyn.com>
> To: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 12:57 PM
> Subject: RE: Please Remove me
>
>
> > Boy, someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning!
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 8:58 AM
> > To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> > Subject: Re: Please Remove me
> >
> >
> > You are right.  I have no control... so that means I won't be removing
> them.
> >
> > They did ask EVERYONE on the list to be removed.  If they didn't want me
> to
> > respond and tell them no, then they should have done several things:
> >
> > 1) Kept their welcome message that explains how to unsubscribe.
> >
> > 2) Gone to Samba.org and click on the mailing lists link and follow
> > directions.
> >
> > I can see how #2 would not have occurred to anyone since the concept of
> > going to the site for information is an idea way out in left field.
> >
> > So, would it have been worth more of your time to ask THEM why they felt
> it
> > was necessary to post to the list asking for removal when it would take
> them
> > a couple minutes to just do it themselves?
> >
> > Does their mom still cut the crust off their PB&J sandwiches for them?
> >
> > I HATE posts telling/asking to be removed from email lists.  They are
> > nothing but lazy.
> >
> > Adam Lang
> > Systems Engineer
> > Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
> > http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Greg J. Zartman" <greg at kwikfind.com>
> > To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>;
> <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 11:42 AM
> > Subject: RE: Please Remove me
> >
> >
> > > I curious as to your point in sending out four messages with the
> response
> > > "no", when you have no control over who is removed from the mailing
> list.
> > >
> > > Greg J. Zartman, P.E.
> > > Vice-President

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And that is the sad part of it all.  Us list members are expected to waste
the couple minutes of our time to tell them how to unsubscribe, but they are
not expected to spend the couple minutes of THEIR time to find out how?

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marty Nelson" <MNelson at Transdyn.com>
To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>
Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 2:34 PM
Subject: RE: Please Remove me


<snip>...Matt said, they asked for help, if it bothers you
> that much, how about actually telling them how to unsub?  Crazy idea huh?
>
> Marty Nelson
> Network Administrator
> Transdyn Controls, Inc.

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And one last final thing.  Here is an email from yesterday on this list.
The guy asked to either be removed or shown how to do it.  What did I do?  I
told him where to look.

This shows two things:
1) If they at least ask for help to be shown, I responded.
2) The people today that asked to get unsubscribed are even worse because
the way was told to them the day before.

Here is the letter:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
look in the mail headers

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Josie Synesael" <synesael at lhls.on.ca>
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Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 4:25 AM
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> Please take my name off the mailing list or send me the address to make
> such a request.  Thank-you.

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Actually the email we all receive after subscribing has this information 
available.

:-)

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"Remove Me From The List 1.0 For Dummies"

Go to:
http://lists.samba.org/listinfo/samba-ntdom

Scroll down to the section labled "samba-ntdom Subscribers "
Type in your email address.

In the "Unsubscribing from samba-ntdom " section, type in your password and
hit "Unsubscribe."

I just did it.  It works great.  I hope this is the end of this thread....

:)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>
Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 3:01 PM
Subject: Re: Please Remove me


And one last final thing.  Here is an email from yesterday on this list.
The guy asked to either be removed or shown how to do it.  What did I do?  I
told him where to look.

This shows two things:
1) If they at least ask for help to be shown, I responded.
2) The people today that asked to get unsubscribed are even worse because
the way was told to them the day before.

Here is the letter:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
look in the mail headers

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
----- Original Message -----
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To: <samba-ntdom at samba.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 4:25 AM
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> Please take my name off the mailing list or send me the address to make
> such a request.  Thank-you.

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You have got to be kidding me....

You've got some SERIOUS e-mail issues that need to be addressed (pun
intended!)  

Maybe dropping one of those ten lists would be a great place to start.

Seriously though, take it easy, I wasn't trying to pander to these people,
thinking that they needed sympathy.  I was just pointing out that instead of
starting all of this, either tell them what to do, or ignore them.  It's
pretty simple.  And quite frankly, it's obvious that you don't care about
using peoples bandwidth, or else you wouldn't have answered with a useless
"no"!


-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 11:56 AM
To: Undisclosed-Recipient:@bush.rutgersinsurance.com;
Cc: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: Please Remove me


Because it helps to every once in a while let people know that they should
spend a couple minutes on their own to unsubscribe.

And I did tell them how to unsubscribe.  I posted the "no" replies.  Someone
bit and made a comment and I dumped out that it would be a brilliant idea
for them to actually try going to the samba.org site and look under mailing
lists.

Every once in a while when I decide to make this a point on an email list,
with in the first hour someone always bites and I reply explaining that not
even trying to unsubscribe on their own is lazy and that you can usually do
it yourself by looking at the lists' web site.

There are several reasons why I post this to the list and not to the
person(s) off list.:
1) Since they are asking to be removed, they are apparently still on the
list and will read the message.
2) Other lazy people that are thinking of doing the same thing, as is the
example in this list because after one person asked, immediately 3-4 more
piped in asking for the same thing, will see the message and may think twice
about doing something to be considered an idiot.

Yes, they were asking for help.  But as with any legitimate topic, it is
annoying having people ask for help when they can't even spend a couple
minutes on their own trying to solve the problem.  MANY lists, under such
situations, will simply respond RTFM (Read The F***** Manual).

I do apologize to the rest of the people on the list that do know how to use
an email list.  This thread is not for them and is wasting their mailbox.
For some sad reason, this is one of the few things that really irritates me.

Is it so wrong to expect people to spend a minute to try to fix their own
problems?  Do you not wonder what goes through people's minds in a situation
like that?
"I do not want to be on this list and I do not know how to get off myself,
what should I do?"
If their first answer is to post to the email list to tell someone to remove
them, it is sad.  The amount of time it takes them to delete the email that
keeps coming to their mailbox while waiting for an admin to remove them or
someone on the list to tell them how, they could have found the answer
themselves.

It is NOT like it is some hidden secret or weird configuration problem.

I could care LESS about the "excess bandwidth" those emails generate. Big
deal.  I am annoyed that people are that lazy.

And as a matter of fact, they WEREN'T asking for help.  They were asking for
someone to do it for them.  ONE person out of 4 or 5 mentioned he had a
problem.  The rest just wanted someone to do it for them because they were
too damn lazy to do it themselves.

I did not plan on going this much into it, but when someone was trying to
make these people out to be helpless little sheep that need our guidance, I
got nauseas.

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marty Nelson" <MNelson at Transdyn.com>
To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>
Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 2:34 PM
Subject: RE: Please Remove me


> While I can appreciate your situation, I think that the opinion being
> expressed was that you are getting a little bent out of shape over
something
> pretty trivial.  If you see a post that asks to be removed, ignore it.
> Certainly don't open and answer three different requests, creating even
more
> traffic going through EVERYONE'S e-mail server.  That's ridiculous!  And
> while I agree that someone posting to the list and asking to be removed is
> lazy, it certainly is not "the LAZIEST thing there is".  I truly hope you
> don't mean that, and like Matt said, they asked for help, if it bothers
you
> that much, how about actually telling them how to unsub?  Crazy idea huh?
>
> Marty Nelson
> Network Administrator
> Transdyn Controls, Inc.
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 10:22 AM
> To: Marty Nelson
> Subject: Re: Please Remove me
>
>
> It's not that.  It is the fact, between my home and work, I am a member of
> 10 email lists.
>
> EVERY list always sends a welcome message SPECIFICALLY telling you to save
> the message because it lists common commands... such as how to
unsubscribe.
>
> 9 out of 10 email lists have the instructions or a form to unsubscribe at
> their web site.
>
> 10 out of 10 email lists have the way to unsubscribe in the same location
as
> where you signed up.
>
> 8 out of 10 email lists have an administrator/moderator email address.
>
> Posting to an email list asking for someone to remove you is the LAZIEST
> thing there is.
>
> Seeing SEVERAL people a day per list asking/telling to be unsubscribe is
> DAMNED annoying.
>
> Again, it shows nothing about a person except straight out lazy.  It would
> take less than 5 minutes to find out how to unsubscribe from Samba on
their
> own.
>
> Adam Lang
> Systems Engineer
> Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
> http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Marty Nelson" <MNelson at Transdyn.com>
> To: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 12:57 PM
> Subject: RE: Please Remove me
>
>
> > Boy, someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning!
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 8:58 AM
> > To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> > Subject: Re: Please Remove me
> >
> >
> > You are right.  I have no control... so that means I won't be removing
> them.
> >
> > They did ask EVERYONE on the list to be removed.  If they didn't want me
> to
> > respond and tell them no, then they should have done several things:
> >
> > 1) Kept their welcome message that explains how to unsubscribe.
> >
> > 2) Gone to Samba.org and click on the mailing lists link and follow
> > directions.
> >
> > I can see how #2 would not have occurred to anyone since the concept of
> > going to the site for information is an idea way out in left field.
> >
> > So, would it have been worth more of your time to ask THEM why they felt
> it
> > was necessary to post to the list asking for removal when it would take
> them
> > a couple minutes to just do it themselves?
> >
> > Does their mom still cut the crust off their PB&J sandwiches for them?
> >
> > I HATE posts telling/asking to be removed from email lists.  They are
> > nothing but lazy.
> >
> > Adam Lang
> > Systems Engineer
> > Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
> > http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Greg J. Zartman" <greg at kwikfind.com>
> > To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>;
> <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 11:42 AM
> > Subject: RE: Please Remove me
> >
> >
> > > I curious as to your point in sending out four messages with the
> response
> > > "no", when you have no control over who is removed from the mailing
> list.
> > >
> > > Greg J. Zartman, P.E.
> > > Vice-President

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Hi,

Winbind gets all my domain user and groups through pam. It means you don't
have to create local linux users for every domain user you have. You can use
a samba server in your existing nt domain without major handwork.

I strongly suggest you to upgrade your samba version to the latest one
(2.2.1a). However, this version, as 2.0.7, does not have winbind by default.
To have winbind, you should grab the latest cvs source from samba cvs server
and start from there. Or you could try to use samba 2.2.1a (smbd and nmbd)
and only get the nsswitch part of the cvs source.

I posted a procedure how to do this a few days ago, search the mailing list
archives.

Cheers
Gustavo

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Eicher [mailto:Scott.Eicher at e-Profile.com]
Sent: terga-feira, 21 de agosto de 2001 15:35
To: Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR]
Cc: samba-ntdom at samba.org
Subject: RE: NT Domain Groups


I am trying to setup the default samba installation that comes with
RedHat7.1.The Samba version  is 2.0.7. Is there a way in this version to be
able to use my NT domain groups for assigning permissions. Do I need
winbindd, or does it even work in this version of Samba. What exactly does
Winbindd do for you? What version does Winbindd show up in if it's not in
this version? Please reply back with any information you may have.

Thank you,
Scott

-----Original Message-----
From: Michels, Gustavo [EES/BR] [mailto:gustavo.michels at emersonenergy.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 10:05 AM
To: Scott Eicher
Subject: RE: NT Domain Groups


Hi,

In the share section in smb.conf, put:

valid users = @DOMAIN\group

You should be running winbind to make it work that way. Make shure when you
run smbstatus, your connected users show up as DOMAIN\username, otherwise
this won't work.

Cheers
Gustavo

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Eicher [mailto:Scott.Eicher at e-Profile.com]
Sent: quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2001 10:55
To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Subject: NT Domain Groups


I am trying to setup Samba 2.2.1 on a RedHat 7.1 Linux server as a file
server on a NT Domain. I have my users authenticating to the domain but I
can't get groups to work. I'd like to use my existing NT Domain groups for
setting permissions and security on my the Samba file server. How would I do
this?

Thanks,
Scott Eicher


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From: "Larry McElderry" <larry at ptcoupling.com>
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Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2001 15:07:00 -0500
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Frankly,  I thought it was rather amusing.

Please, please let me go!

No, No, you can't go.

Subscriber - unsubscribe thyself.

And it didn't use nearly as much bandwidth as all the responses to it.

Larry

-----Original Message-----
From: samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org
[mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]On Behalf Of Marty Nelson
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 14:46
To: Adam Lang
Cc: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Subject: RE: Please Remove me


You have got to be kidding me....

You've got some SERIOUS e-mail issues that need to be addressed (pun
intended!)

Maybe dropping one of those ten lists would be a great place to start.

Seriously though, take it easy, I wasn't trying to pander to these
people,
thinking that they needed sympathy.  I was just pointing out that
instead of
starting all of this, either tell them what to do, or ignore them.  It's
pretty simple.  And quite frankly, it's obvious that you don't care
about
using peoples bandwidth, or else you wouldn't have answered with a
useless
"no"!


-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 11:56 AM
To: Undisclosed-Recipient:@bush.rutgersinsurance.com;
Cc: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: Please Remove me


Because it helps to every once in a while let people know that they
should
spend a couple minutes on their own to unsubscribe.

And I did tell them how to unsubscribe.  I posted the "no" replies.
Someone
bit and made a comment and I dumped out that it would be a brilliant
idea
for them to actually try going to the samba.org site and look under
mailing
lists.

Every once in a while when I decide to make this a point on an email
list,
with in the first hour someone always bites and I reply explaining that
not
even trying to unsubscribe on their own is lazy and that you can usually
do
it yourself by looking at the lists' web site.

There are several reasons why I post this to the list and not to the
person(s) off list.:
1) Since they are asking to be removed, they are apparently still on the
list and will read the message.
2) Other lazy people that are thinking of doing the same thing, as is
the
example in this list because after one person asked, immediately 3-4
more
piped in asking for the same thing, will see the message and may think
twice
about doing something to be considered an idiot.

Yes, they were asking for help.  But as with any legitimate topic, it is
annoying having people ask for help when they can't even spend a couple
minutes on their own trying to solve the problem.  MANY lists, under
such
situations, will simply respond RTFM (Read The F***** Manual).

I do apologize to the rest of the people on the list that do know how to
use
an email list.  This thread is not for them and is wasting their
mailbox.
For some sad reason, this is one of the few things that really irritates
me.

Is it so wrong to expect people to spend a minute to try to fix their
own
problems?  Do you not wonder what goes through people's minds in a
situation
like that?
"I do not want to be on this list and I do not know how to get off
myself,
what should I do?"
If their first answer is to post to the email list to tell someone to
remove
them, it is sad.  The amount of time it takes them to delete the email
that
keeps coming to their mailbox while waiting for an admin to remove them
or
someone on the list to tell them how, they could have found the answer
themselves.

It is NOT like it is some hidden secret or weird configuration problem.

I could care LESS about the "excess bandwidth" those emails generate.
Big
deal.  I am annoyed that people are that lazy.

And as a matter of fact, they WEREN'T asking for help.  They were asking
for
someone to do it for them.  ONE person out of 4 or 5 mentioned he had a
problem.  The rest just wanted someone to do it for them because they
were
too damn lazy to do it themselves.

I did not plan on going this much into it, but when someone was trying
to
make these people out to be helpless little sheep that need our
guidance, I
got nauseas.

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marty Nelson" <MNelson at Transdyn.com>
To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>
Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 2:34 PM
Subject: RE: Please Remove me


> While I can appreciate your situation, I think that the opinion being
> expressed was that you are getting a little bent out of shape over
something
> pretty trivial.  If you see a post that asks to be removed, ignore it.
> Certainly don't open and answer three different requests, creating
even
more
> traffic going through EVERYONE'S e-mail server.  That's ridiculous!
And
> while I agree that someone posting to the list and asking to be
removed is
> lazy, it certainly is not "the LAZIEST thing there is".  I truly hope
you
> don't mean that, and like Matt said, they asked for help, if it
bothers
you
> that much, how about actually telling them how to unsub?  Crazy idea
huh?
>
> Marty Nelson
> Network Administrator
> Transdyn Controls, Inc.
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 10:22 AM
> To: Marty Nelson
> Subject: Re: Please Remove me
>
>
> It's not that.  It is the fact, between my home and work, I am a
member of
> 10 email lists.
>
> EVERY list always sends a welcome message SPECIFICALLY telling you to
save
> the message because it lists common commands... such as how to
unsubscribe.
>
> 9 out of 10 email lists have the instructions or a form to unsubscribe
at
> their web site.
>
> 10 out of 10 email lists have the way to unsubscribe in the same
location
as
> where you signed up.
>
> 8 out of 10 email lists have an administrator/moderator email address.
>
> Posting to an email list asking for someone to remove you is the
LAZIEST
> thing there is.
>
> Seeing SEVERAL people a day per list asking/telling to be unsubscribe
is
> DAMNED annoying.
>
> Again, it shows nothing about a person except straight out lazy.  It
would
> take less than 5 minutes to find out how to unsubscribe from Samba on
their
> own.
>
> Adam Lang
> Systems Engineer
> Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
> http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Marty Nelson" <MNelson at Transdyn.com>
> To: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 12:57 PM
> Subject: RE: Please Remove me
>
>
> > Boy, someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning!
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Adam Lang [mailto:aalang at rutgersinsurance.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 8:58 AM
> > To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> > Subject: Re: Please Remove me
> >
> >
> > You are right.  I have no control... so that means I won't be
removing
> them.
> >
> > They did ask EVERYONE on the list to be removed.  If they didn't
want me
> to
> > respond and tell them no, then they should have done several things:
> >
> > 1) Kept their welcome message that explains how to unsubscribe.
> >
> > 2) Gone to Samba.org and click on the mailing lists link and follow
> > directions.
> >
> > I can see how #2 would not have occurred to anyone since the concept
of
> > going to the site for information is an idea way out in left field.
> >
> > So, would it have been worth more of your time to ask THEM why they
felt
> it
> > was necessary to post to the list asking for removal when it would
take
> them
> > a couple minutes to just do it themselves?
> >
> > Does their mom still cut the crust off their PB&J sandwiches for
them?
> >
> > I HATE posts telling/asking to be removed from email lists.  They
are
> > nothing but lazy.
> >
> > Adam Lang
> > Systems Engineer
> > Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
> > http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Greg J. Zartman" <greg at kwikfind.com>
> > To: "Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com>;
> <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 11:42 AM
> > Subject: RE: Please Remove me
> >
> >
> > > I curious as to your point in sending out four messages with the
> response
> > > "no", when you have no control over who is removed from the
mailing
> list.
> > >
> > > Greg J. Zartman, P.E.
> > > Vice-President

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Ok list,

Compiled and installed SAMBA_2_2 from CVS, with winbind, pam, and acl
support.  Installed everything, joined the domain, have smb.conf configured,
etc.  I have two domains on my network, one of which is a production domain
I dont care to mess with (MESHNETWORKS).  The other (MESHCORP) is my test
domain which I am attempting to get winbind+samba working in.  I start
Samba, start winbindd with the '-i -d3' options, and run a 'getent passwd'.
It returns the list of users from my MESHNETWORKS, but not MESHCORP domain!
It has never joined this domain, doesnt have a computer account, and isnt
configured to use it in smb.conf.  What gives??

Below my sig is the output from winbindd.  Thanks for your assistance.

Best regards,
Mack Hooper


[root at fs1 /root]# winbindd -i -d 3
added interface ip=10.0.0.8 bcast=10.0.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
establishing connections
server: dc=, pwdb_init=0, lsa_hnd=0
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c>
resolve_wins: Attempting wins lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c>
resolve_wins: WINS server resolution selected and no WINS servers listed.
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c>
bind succeeded on port 0
Got a positive name query response from 10.0.0.4 ( 10.0.0.4 )
bind succeeded on port 0
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name DC1<0x20>
resolve_hosts: Attempting host lookup for name DC1<0x20>
Connecting to 10.0.0.4 at port 139
getting trusted domain list
adding trusted domain MESHCORP
adding trusted domain MESHNETWORKS
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
establishing connections
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
establishing connections
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
[11660]: setpwent
[11660]: getpwent
checking domain handles for domain MESHCORP
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
opening sam handles
Getting domain info for domain MESHCORP
looking up sid for domain MESHCORP
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c>
resolve_wins: Attempting wins lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c>
resolve_wins: WINS server resolution selected and no WINS servers listed.
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c>
bind succeeded on port 0
Got a positive name query response from 10.0.0.4 ( 10.0.0.4 )
bind succeeded on port 0
found sid S-1-5-21-2561658096-2660624552-4094817653 for domain MESHCORP
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name DC1<0x20>
resolve_hosts: Attempting host lookup for name DC1<0x20>
Connecting to 10.0.0.4 at port 139
checking domain handles for domain MESHNETWORKS
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=DC1, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
opening sam handles
Getting domain info for domain MESHNETWORKS
looking up sid for domain MESHNETWORKS
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name MESHNETWORKS<0x1c>
resolve_wins: Attempting wins lookup for name MESHNETWORKS<0x1c>
resolve_wins: WINS server resolution selected and no WINS servers listed.
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name MESHNETWORKS<0x1c>
bind succeeded on port 0
Got a positive name query response from 10.0.0.2 ( 10.0.0.2 10.0.0.40 )
bind succeeded on port 0
found sid S-1-5-21-527237240-1214440339-1801674531 for domain MESHNETWORKS
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name MESHPDC<0x20>
resolve_hosts: Attempting host lookup for name MESHPDC<0x20>
resolve_wins: Attempting wins lookup for name MESHPDC<0x20>
resolve_wins: WINS server resolution selected and no WINS servers listed.
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name MESHPDC<0x20>
bind succeeded on port 0
Got a positive name query response from 10.0.0.2 ( 10.0.0.2 10.0.0.40 )
Connecting to 10.0.0.2 at port 139
[11660]: getpwent
[11660]: endpwent
establishing connections
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=MESHPDC, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
MESHCORP: dc=DC1, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=MESHPDC, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
MESHCORP: dc=DC1, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1 ... etc. etc. etc.
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hahahahahahaha

sorry folks

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Hi,

You have a trust between the domains, so it's normal to retrieve the user
and group information of your trusted domain.

Cheers
Gustavo

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Subject: The winbindd saga continues


Ok list,

Compiled and installed SAMBA_2_2 from CVS, with winbind, pam, and acl
support.  Installed everything, joined the domain, have smb.conf configured,
etc.  I have two domains on my network, one of which is a production domain
I dont care to mess with (MESHNETWORKS).  The other (MESHCORP) is my test
domain which I am attempting to get winbind+samba working in.  I start
Samba, start winbindd with the '-i -d3' options, and run a 'getent passwd'.
It returns the list of users from my MESHNETWORKS, but not MESHCORP domain!
It has never joined this domain, doesnt have a computer account, and isnt
configured to use it in smb.conf.  What gives??

Below my sig is the output from winbindd.  Thanks for your assistance.

Best regards,
Mack Hooper


[root at fs1 /root]# winbindd -i -d 3
added interface ip=10.0.0.8 bcast=10.0.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
establishing connections
server: dc=, pwdb_init=0, lsa_hnd=0
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c>
resolve_wins: Attempting wins lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c>
resolve_wins: WINS server resolution selected and no WINS servers listed.
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c> bind
succeeded on port 0 Got a positive name query response from 10.0.0.4 (
10.0.0.4 ) bind succeeded on port 0
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name DC1<0x20>
resolve_hosts: Attempting host lookup for name DC1<0x20> Connecting to
10.0.0.4 at port 139 getting trusted domain list adding trusted domain
MESHCORP adding trusted domain MESHNETWORKS
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
establishing connections
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
establishing connections
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
[11660]: setpwent
[11660]: getpwent
checking domain handles for domain MESHCORP
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
opening sam handles
Getting domain info for domain MESHCORP
looking up sid for domain MESHCORP
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c>
resolve_wins: Attempting wins lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c>
resolve_wins: WINS server resolution selected and no WINS servers listed.
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name MESHCORP<0x1c> bind
succeeded on port 0 Got a positive name query response from 10.0.0.4 (
10.0.0.4 ) bind succeeded on port 0 found sid
S-1-5-21-2561658096-2660624552-4094817653 for domain MESHCORP
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name DC1<0x20>
resolve_hosts: Attempting host lookup for name DC1<0x20> Connecting to
10.0.0.4 at port 139 checking domain handles for domain MESHNETWORKS
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
MESHCORP: dc=DC1, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
opening sam handles
Getting domain info for domain MESHNETWORKS
looking up sid for domain MESHNETWORKS
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name MESHNETWORKS<0x1c>
resolve_wins: Attempting wins lookup for name MESHNETWORKS<0x1c>
resolve_wins: WINS server resolution selected and no WINS servers listed.
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name MESHNETWORKS<0x1c>
bind succeeded on port 0 Got a positive name query response from 10.0.0.2 (
10.0.0.2 10.0.0.40 ) bind succeeded on port 0 found sid
S-1-5-21-527237240-1214440339-1801674531 for domain MESHNETWORKS
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name MESHPDC<0x20>
resolve_hosts: Attempting host lookup for name MESHPDC<0x20>
resolve_wins: Attempting wins lookup for name MESHPDC<0x20>
resolve_wins: WINS server resolution selected and no WINS servers listed.
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name MESHPDC<0x20> bind
succeeded on port 0 Got a positive name query response from 10.0.0.2 (
10.0.0.2 10.0.0.40 ) Connecting to 10.0.0.2 at port 139
[11660]: getpwent
[11660]: endpwent
establishing connections
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=MESHPDC, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
MESHCORP: dc=DC1, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
server: dc=DC1, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
MESHNETWORKS: dc=MESHPDC, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
MESHCORP: dc=DC1, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1 ... etc. etc. etc.
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Robert Steinmetz wrote:

> Bruce Ferrell wrote:
>
> > By default netscape keeps it's user profile information on the local drive.
> > A netscape roaming profile can be set up but it's not samba centric.  The is a
> > module for apache called mod_roaming to do exactly what you're asking for.
> >
> > The method you've described is what I use right now, but it's completely manual.
> >
> > Mike Cerreto wrote:
> >
> > > Hello everyone,
> > >     Quick question, would greatly appreciate if someone could give me a quick
> > > answer please as I only have a few days to get this implemented.  Does Samba
> > > 2.2.1a setup as a NIS+HOME with PDC logons and roaming profiles have the
> > > ability to save netscape preference information / user mailboxes through the
> > > Samba server?  The two netscape profiles are originally kept in an extension
> > > of the user's home directory such as the following:
> > >
> > > /home/username/ient/... this directory saves the preferences of netscape i.e.
> > > user configurations
> > > /home/username/ient/mail/...  this directory saves the mail folders for the
> > > user.
> > >
> > > The information just has to be pointed to an not copied during each login of
> > > the clients.  Can Samba do this.  We have it installed on a Solaris system.
> > >
> > > Thank you,
> > > Michael Cerreto
> > > Network Admin Integrator
> > > Ecole des Mines
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> > > France
> > > cerreto at enstimac.fr
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> One method we've used is to set up a default Netscape profile on each machine point
> it to the drive which mounts \\homes\.netscape (we use U:). This way each user
> automatically gets their own share and their own netscape profile all of their mail
> folders etc. This is easy and simple, the only problem is if the \\homes is not
> available Netscape will try to create an new profile.

I can vouch for this approch.  Works great.  much simpler than setting up the
mod_roaming stuff.  I've never had the problem with it creating a new profile...
U: is always available, thanks to samba!!

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Dear all,

Can someone exactly tell me that how can I do the Group Policy for NT/W2K
Workstation with my Samba 2.2.1a server? I found some document said that it
serves /etc/group, however, I cannot find any group when I use the Policy
Editor, how can I do this?

Thx a lot.

Best Regards,

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Hello Everyone,

I'm new to this list, so I'm very sorry if this has already been covered
before, and yes, I did do some searching on the internet, and I couldn't
find an answer.  I'm also sorry if this isn't the right list to be asking
this on, but I think it is.

I recently installed samba 2.2.1a.  I want it to be a domain controller for
the domain home.  When I try to logon, windoze 98 says "The domain password
you supplied is not correct, or access to your logon server has been
denied".  The user who I try to logon as is enabled, and I know my password
it correct.


/usr/local/samba/var/log.smbd says this over and over
****************
[2001/08/22 00:15:42, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1563)
  domain_client_validate: could not fetch trust account password for domain
HOME
***************

This is my smb.conf file.
*************
# Samba config file created using SWAT
# from Speedy (192.168.0.4)
# Date: 2001/08/01 16:31:42

# Global parameters
[global]
        workgroup = HOME
        netbios name = SERVER
        server string = Samba Server %v
        security = DOMAIN
        encrypt passwords = Yes
        update encrypted = Yes
        unix password sync = Yes
        time server = Yes
        socket options = TCP_NODELAY IPTOS_THROUGHPUT SO_RCVBUF=4096
SO_SNDBUF=4096
        logon script = logon.bat
        logon home = \\%L\%U\.profiles
        logon drive = U:
        domain logons = Yes
        os level = 65
        preferred master = True
        domain master = True

[HOMES]
        comment = %U's Home Directory
        path = %H
        read only = No
        browseable = No

[netlogon]
        comment = Network Logon Directory
        path = /samba/netlogon
        read only = No
        browseable = No

[music]
        comment = Music Files
        path = /samba/music
        force user = nobody
        force group = nobody
        read only = No
        guest ok = Yes

[netapps]
        comment = Network Applications
        path = /samba/netapps
        force user = nobody
        force group = nobody
        read only = No
        browseable = No

[games]
        comment = Games Drive!
        path = /samba/games
        read only = No
********************

I haven't added a machine trust account for my clients, mainly because I
don't know how (pw and adduser don't allow $'s in usernames, and manually
editing /etc/passwd and /etc/master.passwd doesn't work), and I don't think
that should be neccesary.


My other problem is that swat won't let me logon as root!  It will let me
login as a user, but not root.  I configured samba with --without-pam, so I
don't know what the problem is.

Any advice you could give me would be very appreciated,

Jeff

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Hi
When i worked on windows nt workstations,windows informed me  that i must
chane my password for 3 days.(server is win'nt)
My asked:Samba supported this functions????????????
Ps.Sorry for my terrible english
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not  yet implemented

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Hi
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My asked:Samba supported this functions????????????
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Hallo!

Ich habe zuhause einen Samba Server 2.2.0 und Win2000 Clients. Wenn ich mich
an dem Samba anmelde funktioniert ide Anmeldung ohne Probleme. Sobald aber das
Profil geladen wird, bbekomme ich die Fehlermeldung "Zugriff verweigert" oder
aber auch beim schreiben des Profiles auf den Server auch Zugriff verweigert.
Mein profiles Verzeichnis auf dem Samba Server hat f|r die Gruppe und den
Owner alle Rechte.

Hat jemand dieses Problem gefixt? Oder hat jemand eine Lvsung? Vielen Dank

Gru_ Stefan

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Adam Lang wrote:
> 
> My network is all Linux servers.
> 
> If I have one central backup server and it uses smbmount to mount the
> directories from other Samba servers for backup, I read that all files will
> become owned by the user that mounted the shares and I loose the previous
> owners.  Is this true?
> 
A quick and good tool is rsync. Rsync can maintain
ownership, provided users/groups exist on both servers
and have the same id. If you work with groups only -
what makes sense anyway - it is simple, to sync the
groupstructure on multiple servers. 

Best regards

E.R. Sexauer

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I have been running Samba 2.0.7 as a PDC in a domain with Win9x and NT
clients for months without problems. Since we will get some Win2K boxes
soon, I upgraded to 2.2.1a. Still everything seems to go fine with the
old clients, but there is one error messages in the logfiles that I
don't like :-(. It's repeated very often, I think every time someone
logs in and connects to [netlogon] (and that's why I'm writing on
samba-ntdom). The error message is:

api_net_sam_logon: Failed to marshall NET_R_SAM_LOGON. 
api_rpcTNP: api_netlog_rpc: NET_SAMLOGON failed

I looked into the respective source files, but I don't know much about C
and don't understand the documentation, eiter. Can anybody give me a
hint wether this is or might become a problem, and how it can be
overcome? And generally, what does that rpc stuff mean - I guess it has
nothing to do with what it means when using nfs, has it?

The system: Debian/GNU Linux 2.2r3 (stable aka potato) on i386, I took
the Samba 2.2.1a-sources from Debian unstable and compiled them with
dpkg-buildpackage. The configure options thus where:

./configure --with-fhs --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc \
        --with-privatedir=/etc/samba --with-lockdir=/var/state/samba \
        --localstatedir=/var --with-netatalk --with-smbmount \
        --with-pam --with-syslog --with-sambabook --with-utmp \
        --with-readline)


TIA, Frank

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I am using 2_2 CVS from early last week and it is so far working very well,
congratulations all. I am running it on RH7.1 using winbind for all
authentication to a NT PDC. The only problem so far is with group names that
contain spaces such as DOMAIN Users. wbinfo correctly lists the groups but a
problem exists in smb.conf unless I quote the group such as force group =
@PANAVISION+"Domain Users". Swat unfortunately takes a dim view and replaces
it with @PANAVISION+ if the share is attempted to be edited by swat. I
assumed the quotes werent needed but I get the following error in log.smbd
if I don't have them

[2001/08/22 16:13:49, 0] lib/username.c:user_in_winbind_group_list(317)
  user_in_winbind_group_list: winbind_lookup_name for group
PANAVISION+Domain failed.

Any ideas or do I just put up with quoting for now.

I can send smb.conf and any logs if they are needed.

regards
Stephen Collier
IT Manager
Panavision Australia

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Hi,

Is it possible to add users to a win2k box via samba, or is there a program which will allow me to do this?

***Please reply to me directly***

Thanx

Kris

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Hi!

Im trying to install samba 2.2.1a on my Mandrake 8 Linux. But the make
command stops at printing/print_cups.c and says cups/cups.h doesnt exist.
Can I get pass this in some whay? I dont need the printing support. And
when I compiled it on a diffrent machine with Solaris it worked just
fine. I have tried to use the command find on the Solaris machine to see
where the files should be but I cant find them there either! I think is
very strange anyway! I hope someone knows how I can get passed this in the
compiling process!

//Regards Magnus

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(this message does not belong in the nt-dom mailinglist, post it to 
<samba at lists.samba.org> instead).

You properly of cups running on the station on which you compile samba OR 
you have some http damon running on the cups port (it's port 3456).

Disable this and it should be fine.  After that you have to do a ./reconfigure 
again check if you really don't have any thing running on the cups port.



Ries

On 22 Aug 2001, at 12:44, Magnus Larsson wrote:

> Hi!
> 
> Im trying to install samba 2.2.1a on my Mandrake 8 Linux. But the make
> command stops at printing/print_cups.c and says cups/cups.h doesnt exist.
> Can I get pass this in some whay? I dont need the printing support. And
> when I compiled it on a diffrent machine with Solaris it worked just
> fine. I have tried to use the command find on the Solaris machine to see
> where the files should be but I cant find them there either! I think is
> very strange anyway! I hope someone knows how I can get passed this in the
> compiling process!
> 
> //Regards Magnus
> 

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Hello,
Command 0x2e on samr pipe is described on samba as:
#define SAMR_UNKNOWN_2e        0x2e
Has anyone has any implementation/ documentation
on this command that he can share with me?
(I saw that this command is used to get password policy info.).
Thanks.

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Hello everybody!

I got another little Problem... I want a Samba Server to be a second
DHCP Server in my Network.

It hast the IP 192.168.5.2 and 192.168.1.3

The Clients of it should get the IP4s from 192.168.5.10 to .100
The Second IP is to connect to the Gateway...

The other server has the IP 192.168.1.2. It should give the normal
Computers their IP4s with 192.168.1.10 - .100

How can I say the Client4s/Server that the one server is for the first
clients and the other for the others???
Because when I turn on the Linux Server, all Clients in the Room get the
IP from it.


Picture:


192.168.1.3--------------
192.168.5.2	      |
Linux Server---------HUB1----------HUB2
      |	                  |
      |	                  |
      |	            Gateway
      |	                  |
Client1, ...-14	      |
	                  |
	             NT Server 192.168.1.2


Got me? Then help me please :)

Thanks!

Andreas

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Hello everybody!

I got another little Problem... I want a Samba Server to be a second
DHCP Server in my Network.

It hast the IP 192.168.5.2 and 192.168.1.3

The Clients of it should get the IP4s from 192.168.5.10 to .100
The Second IP is to connect to the Gateway...

The other server has the IP 192.168.1.2. It should give the normal
Computers their IP4s with 192.168.1.10 - .100

How can I say the Client4s/Server that the one server is for the first
clients and the other for the others???
Because when I turn on the Linux Server, all Clients in the Room get the
IP from it.


Picture:


192.168.1.3------------------------------------
192.168.5.2	                            |
Linux Server-------------HUB1----------HUB2
      |	                       |
      |	                       |
      |	                 Gateway
-------------------------------------------INTERNET
      |	                       |
Client1, ...-14 (Room1)  |
	                       |
	          NT Server 192.168.1.2
                                   |
                                   |
                                   |
	         Other Clients (Room2)

Got me? Then help me please :)

Thanks!

Andreas

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On Wed, 22 Aug 2001, Sigal Malkin wrote:

> Hello,
> Command 0x2e on samr pipe is described on samba as:
> #define SAMR_UNKNOWN_2e        0x2e
> Has anyone has any implementation/ documentation
> on this command that he can share with me?
> (I saw that this command is used to get password policy info.).
> Thanks.

I decoded this one a couple of weeks ago, and never got the time to code
it in samba.

anyway here are the structs definitions. The duration and reset values are
in fact 64 bits long. IIRC they are in milliseconds.

/* SAMR_Q_UNKNOWN_2E */
typedef struct q_samr_unknown_2e_info
{
	POLICY_HND dom_pol;   /* policy handle */
	uint16 switch_value;

} SAMR_Q_UNKNOWN_2E;

typedef struct sam_unknown_2e_info_12
{
	uint32 duration_low;
	uint32 duration_high;
	uint32 reset_count_low;
	uint32 reset_count_high;
	uint32 bad_attempt_lockout;
} SAM_UNK_2E_INFO_12;

typedef struct sam_unknown_2e_ctr_info
{
	union
	{
		SAM_UNK_2E_INFO_12 info12;
	} info;

} SAM_UNK_2E_CTR;


/* SAMR_R_UNKNOWN_2E - probably an open */
typedef struct r_samr_unknown_2e_info
{
	uint32 ptr;
	uint16 switch_value;
	SAM_UNK_2E_CTR *ctr;

	uint32 status;         /* return status */

} SAMR_R_UNKNOWN_2E;


	J.F.

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If I understand it correctly, you basically need to know what groups you
have and then just create them yourself in the policy editor.

Adam Lang
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> Dear all,
>
> Can someone exactly tell me that how can I do the Group Policy for NT/W2K
> Workstation with my Samba 2.2.1a server? I found some document said that
it
> serves /etc/group, however, I cannot find any group when I use the Policy
> Editor, how can I do this?
>
> Thx a lot.
>
> Best Regards,
>
> Jacky C.K Tsoi

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Yeah, someone pointed it out to me off list and I so far agree that i one of
the best options.

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> Adam Lang wrote:
> >
> > My network is all Linux servers.
> >
> > If I have one central backup server and it uses smbmount to mount the
> > directories from other Samba servers for backup, I read that all files
will
> > become owned by the user that mounted the shares and I loose the
previous
> > owners.  Is this true?
> >
> A quick and good tool is rsync. Rsync can maintain
> ownership, provided users/groups exist on both servers
> and have the same id. If you work with groups only -
> what makes sense anyway - it is simple, to sync the
> groupstructure on multiple servers.
>
> Best regards
>
> E.R. Sexauer

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Do you have the physical network set up at all so each DHCP server's
broadcasts don't go into each others segment?

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Subject: 2 DHCP Server


> Hello everybody!
>
> I got another little Problem... I want a Samba Server to be a second
> DHCP Server in my Network.
>
> It hast the IP 192.168.5.2 and 192.168.1.3
>
> The Clients of it should get the IP4s from 192.168.5.10 to .100
> The Second IP is to connect to the Gateway...
>
> The other server has the IP 192.168.1.2. It should give the normal
> Computers their IP4s with 192.168.1.10 - .100
>
> How can I say the Client4s/Server that the one server is for the first
> clients and the other for the others???
> Because when I turn on the Linux Server, all Clients in the Room get the
> IP from it.
>
>
> Picture:
>
>
> 192.168.1.3--------------
> 192.168.5.2       |
> Linux Server---------HUB1----------HUB2
>       |                   |
>       |                   |
>       |             Gateway
>       |                   |
> Client1, ...-14       |
>                   |
>              NT Server 192.168.1.2
>
>
> Got me? Then help me please :)
>
> Thanks!
>
> Andreas

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LOL!!!!


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hahahahahahaha

sorry folks

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What are some of the limitations on running a 2.0 PDC with Win2K and NT in
the network?

Also, besides security, do you lose anything if you set NT/2K machines to
unencrypted passwords?

Another Linux server list is talking about this now and I want some more
specific info.

Following is one of the emails in the thread:
-----------------------------------------
Hello,

I'm running Samba 2.0 on a small test server here, and it works with
both 2000 and NT 4, regardless of Service Pack. Even SP2 for
Win2k works fine.

There are a few tricks, however... You have to make som changes
to registry (ask me if you need them), make one change to local
security policy (allow unencrypted passwords, reboot) and then it
only works if you map a drive directly to the server or do the "Start-
Run-\\server" thingie (else you get a RPC error). This server is
running without password encryption.

Another server I use also runs Samba 2.0, but with password
encryption. I've not had any problems accessing it from any SP
level of NT4 or Win2k, no tricks needed.
---------------------------------------------------
Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
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Its a IP standard

There must be only one (Where have I heard this?) DHCP server for each
network
You can add for example a IP range for netA and other IP range for netB

NetA
network 10.0.0.0
Netmask 255.0.0.0
DHCP range 10.0.0.10 - 10.0.0.110

NetB
network 192.168.1.0
netmask 255.255.255.0
DHCP range 192.168.1.10 - 192.168.10.110

soo, you must tell how is your network configured so we can tell you some
solution

Andre

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[mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]On Behalf Of Kauffmann,
Andreas
Sent: quarta-feira, 22 de Agosto de 2001 13:33
To: samba-ntdom at samba.org; samba at samba.org
Subject: 2 DHCP Server


Hello everybody!

I got another little Problem... I want a Samba Server to be a second
DHCP Server in my Network.

It hast the IP 192.168.5.2 and 192.168.1.3

The Clients of it should get the IP4s from 192.168.5.10 to .100
The Second IP is to connect to the Gateway...

The other server has the IP 192.168.1.2. It should give the normal
Computers their IP4s with 192.168.1.10 - .100

How can I say the Client4s/Server that the one server is for the first
clients and the other for the others???
Because when I turn on the Linux Server, all Clients in the Room get the
IP from it.


Picture:


192.168.1.3--------------
192.168.5.2	      |
Linux Server---------HUB1----------HUB2
      |	                  |
      |	                  |
      |	            Gateway
      |	                  |
Client1, ...-14	      |
	                  |
	             NT Server 192.168.1.2


Got me? Then help me please :)

Thanks!

Andreas

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Hi,

Although I use the default separator (\), I use like this:

valid users = @"PANAVISION+Domain Users"

And that works fine for me. However I don't use swat, I edit everything in
smb.conf.

Cheers
Gustavo

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Subject: winbind and groups with spaces


I am using 2_2 CVS from early last week and it is so far working very well,
congratulations all. I am running it on RH7.1 using winbind for all
authentication to a NT PDC. The only problem so far is with group names that
contain spaces such as DOMAIN Users. wbinfo correctly lists the groups but a
problem exists in smb.conf unless I quote the group such as force group =
@PANAVISION+"Domain Users". Swat unfortunately takes a dim view and replaces
it with @PANAVISION+ if the share is attempted to be edited by swat. I
assumed the quotes werent needed but I get the following error in log.smbd
if I don't have them

[2001/08/22 16:13:49, 0] lib/username.c:user_in_winbind_group_list(317)
  user_in_winbind_group_list: winbind_lookup_name for group
PANAVISION+Domain failed.

Any ideas or do I just put up with quoting for now.

I can send smb.conf and any logs if they are needed.

regards
Stephen Collier
IT Manager
Panavision Australia

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The Win2k PDC is doing NT4 emulation for two NT4 BDC's.  The PDCE is in
mix-mode to allow for the NT4 servers to work correctly.  So we have the
DOMAIN.NET domain on the Win2k PDCE and the old DOMAIN on the NT4 BDC's.
This seems very messy to me, and was in effect before I started working
at my current job, but I am guessing that this could be the cause of the
problem Im having below.  If anyone has a clue about any of this please
help.  Sorry again for the large message.  Thanks in advance.

Peter

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From:	Peter Van Der Sterre
Sent:	Tue 8/21/2001 1:55 PM
To:	samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Cc:
Subject:	samba-tng samedit question
To anyone that can help -

I have been wrestling with getting a machine of mine to authenticate
users against the PDC for quite some time now.  I am currently just
using the samba-appliance RPM and the samba-tng samedit binary because I
had read the old binary might cause some problems.  This is all on
RedHat 6.2 and I'm trying to authenticate against a Win2k domain
controller running off of a PDC emulator which makes it friendly for the
NT4 network.  Here is the problem:

I can connect to the PDC fine.  I get on and then have similar problems
that other people have had, but past posts have not been able to help.
Once connected to the PDC I still cannot join the machine to the domain
with the 'createuser MACHINE$ -j DOMAIN -L'  I have nmdb running at
loglevel 3 as well and have been looking at the logs and found that it
has not been able to communicate with the WINS server, which is the PDC.
nmbd is also still broadcasting to be a local master on the subnet,
which maybe someone would be able to tell as to why it's doing that.  I
moved the machine from one  subnet here to another subnet, where the PDC
is located, to no avail  I appreciate any help that could be given.
Thank you.

My smb.conf located in /usr/local/samba/lib/:

[global]
        workgroup = DOMAIN
        security = domain
        encrypt passwords = true
        stat cache = false
        winbind uid = 10000-20000
        winbind gid = 10000-20000
        password server = PDC
        debuglevel=3
        loglevel=3
        client code page = 437
        domain master = no
        local master = no
        name resolve order = host bcast
        preferred master = no
        wins server = PDC
        wins support = no

I also have entries for the PDC in /etc/hosts and /etc/lmhosts.

createuser output:

createuser MACHINE$ -j DOMAIN -L
[0,0]idx: 0 num_users now: 0
SAM Create Domain User
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name MACHINE<0x1b>
bind succeeded on port 0
Got a positive name query response from x.x.x.x ( x.x.x.x )
Got a positive name query response from x.x.x.x ( x.x.x.x )
bind succeeded on port 0
could not locate server for domain DOMAIN.

Sorry for the long entry.  Thanks again.

Peter

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This seems like a windows 2000 bug, not a samba one, but I don't know how to
resolve it. unix_box in work is running samba. It is visible through
Microsoft Network Neighbourhood, but always responds... 

\\unix_box is not accessible.
The network path was not found

...when I click on it to try and get into shared directories.

Everybody else running NT4 boxes with registry patch are able to use it
perfectly well.

Have modified registry entry in the two places suggested to get plain
passwords to be passed. 

enableplaintextpassword is set to 1 (hexadecimal) [Although I think this
registry patch is aimed at NT4]
EnablePlainTextPasswordData is set to 1 (hexadecimal) [I understand this is
what windows2000 should read, but doesn't work after reboot]

Any ideas where I can go to get advice on this one. Can't find anything
addressing it directly, although some things which look similar. Probably
looking in the wrong places.

Cefn

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Here's a good example of why I am debating unsubscribing
from samba list. It's not the flood of newbie questions
it's the usage of the list for many off-topic questions.
What does this have to do with Samba? Nothing at all.
This is a question for a DHCP list.

On Wed, Aug 22, 2001 at 03:17:53PM +0100, Andre Macara wrote:
> Its a IP standard
> 
> There must be only one (Where have I heard this?) DHCP server for each
> network
> You can add for example a IP range for netA and other IP range for netB
> 
> NetA
> network 10.0.0.0
> Netmask 255.0.0.0
> DHCP range 10.0.0.10 - 10.0.0.110
> 
> NetB
> network 192.168.1.0
> netmask 255.255.255.0
> DHCP range 192.168.1.10 - 192.168.10.110
> 
> soo, you must tell how is your network configured so we can tell you some
> solution
> 
> Andre
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org
> [mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at lists.samba.org]On Behalf Of Kauffmann,
> Andreas
> Sent: quarta-feira, 22 de Agosto de 2001 13:33
> To: samba-ntdom at samba.org; samba at samba.org
> Subject: 2 DHCP Server
> 
> 
> Hello everybody!
> 
> I got another little Problem... I want a Samba Server to be a second
> DHCP Server in my Network.
> 
> It hast the IP 192.168.5.2 and 192.168.1.3
> 
> The Clients of it should get the IP4s from 192.168.5.10 to .100
> The Second IP is to connect to the Gateway...
> 
> The other server has the IP 192.168.1.2. It should give the normal
> Computers their IP4s with 192.168.1.10 - .100
> 
> How can I say the Client4s/Server that the one server is for the first
> clients and the other for the others???
> Because when I turn on the Linux Server, all Clients in the Room get the
> IP from it.
> 
> 
> Picture:
> 
> 
> 192.168.1.3--------------
> 192.168.5.2	      |
> Linux Server---------HUB1----------HUB2
>       |	                  |
>       |	                  |
>       |	            Gateway
>       |	                  |
> Client1, ...-14	      |
> 	                  |
> 	             NT Server 192.168.1.2
> 
> 
> Got me? Then help me please :)
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> Andreas
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When I double click on my linux server from network neighborhood (on NT 4)
it asks me for a username/password but no usernames or passwords I have
work.  Do I have to make registry changes?  Does anyone know how to let me
browse shares on my linux server through network neighborhood?

Here is what I'm talking about if I didn't explain clearly:
http://12.106.150.6/linuxtest.bmp

Matt Anderson
MCSE, CNE, CCNA, Network+
Network Engineer
Maly's Corporate Headquarters
(616) 956-2246

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Subject: Network path not found


> This seems like a windows 2000 bug, not a samba one, but I don't know how
to
> resolve it. unix_box in work is running samba. It is visible through
> Microsoft Network Neighbourhood, but always responds...
>
> \\unix_box is not accessible.
> The network path was not found
>
> ...when I click on it to try and get into shared directories.
>
> Everybody else running NT4 boxes with registry patch are able to use it
> perfectly well.
>
> Have modified registry entry in the two places suggested to get plain
> passwords to be passed.
>
> enableplaintextpassword is set to 1 (hexadecimal) [Although I think this
> registry patch is aimed at NT4]
> EnablePlainTextPasswordData is set to 1 (hexadecimal) [I understand this
is
> what windows2000 should read, but doesn't work after reboot]
>
> Any ideas where I can go to get advice on this one. Can't find anything
> addressing it directly, although some things which look similar. Probably
> looking in the wrong places.
>
> Cefn

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"Adam Lang" <aalang at rutgersinsurance.com> schrieb:

> What are some of the limitations on running a 2.0 PDC with Win2K and NT in
> the network?

The most simple one is: You can't. Samba 2.0.x cannot act as a PDC for
Win2K machines (or better it could if you'd find a hack to let them join
the domain). Samba 2.2.x can do it. I think there are still some
limitations, e.g. in using the Windows-builtin remote admin tools, but
Authentication works.

However, with Samba 2.0 you can build a fileserver for any Windows
client without centralized user authentication on the server,
i.e. without the PDC functionality. This is what the other poster has
done, it seems.

> Also, besides security, do you lose anything if you set NT/2K machines to
> unencrypted passwords?

Don't know, don't think so, but why should one want this? Are there
problems with Win2K and encrypted passwords?

Bye, Frank

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I am running two domains in my local network.  One has a Win NT4 PDC and
the other a Samba 2.2.1a PDC.  My problem is that I want to allow my
users to choose which domain they want to login to at startup.

Currently, I have machine accounts for my workstations both in DOMAIN1
and in DOMAIN2.  However, only one domain shows up in the domain logon
list.  I can flip back and forth between domains only if I manually
change domain membership in the network control panel.

I installed the NT4 domain first and then the Samba domain.  I thought
the Samba machine would announce the new domain automatically to my
workstations.  Does anyone know how to make both domains appear in my
logon list?

Please respond via e-mail as I do not actively monitor the listserv.

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AJ Bostian

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Hi!

Jason truong wrote:

> with winbind working, you can set your permissions using user and group
> information from your NT domain...if you want your samba machine to be
> able to authenticate NT users, then get winbind working...once you do..its
> pretty cool...

What if I have a pdc on samba and a win2k client? There used to be a
domain users statement in the smb.conf that allowed me to define unix
groups and users to be member of the default groups that win nt knows.
This statement has gone with samba 2.2, so if I want a member of a unix
group to be accepted as a member of one of the default windows groups,
where can I define this?

Thank You, CU, Lars.

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Make sure your firewall is letting ports 137-139 through.  They help for
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From: cefn.hoile at bt.com [mailto:cefn.hoile at bt.com]
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This seems like a windows 2000 bug, not a samba one, but I don't know how to
resolve it. unix_box in work is running samba. It is visible through
Microsoft Network Neighbourhood, but always responds... 

\\unix_box is not accessible.
The network path was not found

...when I click on it to try and get into shared directories.

Everybody else running NT4 boxes with registry patch are able to use it
perfectly well.

Have modified registry entry in the two places suggested to get plain
passwords to be passed. 

enableplaintextpassword is set to 1 (hexadecimal) [Although I think this
registry patch is aimed at NT4]
EnablePlainTextPasswordData is set to 1 (hexadecimal) [I understand this is
what windows2000 should read, but doesn't work after reboot]

Any ideas where I can go to get advice on this one. Can't find anything
addressing it directly, although some things which look similar. Probably
looking in the wrong places.

Cefn

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