Joining Win2k to HEAD code

Cody R. Nivens cnivens at
Thu Dec 27 09:58:02 GMT 2001

Hi folks,

I am trying to join a generic SP2 Win2k box to samba compiled from the 
HEAD cvs with patches from Ignacio.  I have compiled the code with 

I get the following message "There is no user session key for the 
specified logon session"

I did a level 7 debug and see that the win2k box bails out of the logon 
process right after receiving a reply to "SAMR_GET_USRDOM_PWINFO"

I can log the Win2k box into the cvs 2_2 code compiled with the ldapsam 
and using the same config file.

I could not find the SAMR_GET_USERDOM_PWINFO in Luke's book (great book!).

If you need a deeper debug level, let me know.

Now, where is that box of band-aids....

Cody R. Nivens, L. Ac.
Sciences System Administrator
Arts & Sciences, University of San Francisco, CA, USA
(415) 422-2810

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debug level = 7
debug uid = yes

ldap server = ldap
ldap port = 389
#ldap port = 8003
ldap suffix = "ou=smb,o=cs,dc=usfca,dc=edu"
ldap admin dn = "cn=root,o=cs,dc=usfca,dc=edu"
#ldap passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/ldappasswd
#  the ldap admin dn password is stored in secrets.tdb
#  and is set using "smbpasswd -w passphrase".  It is no
#  longer stored in the smb.conf file.
# at this moment I don't use the ssl
ldap ssl = no

workgroup = CSSYSADM
netbios name = pearl
comment = Linux Samba Server 3.0 Alpha X
security = user
encrypt passwords = yes

logon drive = H:
logon script = logon.cmd
domain master = yes
domain logons = yes

preferred master = yes
os level = 64

# we have other wins server (samba, of course)
wins support = yes
#wins support = no
#wins proxy = no
#wins server =

log file = /usr/local/samba/var/%m.logs
public = No
browseable = No
writable = No

   comment = Homes area
   browsable = no
   writable = yes

path = /usr/local/samba/netlogon
locking = no
writeable = yes
guest ok = no
browseable = yes
write list = @ntadmins 

path = /usr/local/samba/profile
read only = no
guest ok = no
guest only = no
browseable = no
share modes = no

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