SnapServer NAS authenticating against samba PDC
jasonc at reinit.org
Sun Nov 4 14:53:04 GMT 2001
* John Rodkey (rodkey at westmont.edu) wrote:
> I have several samba machines, each acting as PDC for their respective
> domains. Win9x machines are authenticating with no difficulty against samba.
> I have recently acquired several SnapAppliances SnapServers, which I
> intend(ed?) to have as NAS storage for the domains. However, when I
> set the Snap up to authenticate against the samba server using names
> and passwords that are known to work in win9x on the same server, the
> SnapServer says it is unable to authenticate. (What it's doing is downloading
> the list of groups and users so they can be selected for an access list).
> What magic do I have to apply to get a SnapServer to authenticate against
> a samba PDC? (I'd be happy to supply smb.conf, as needed, but perhaps I
> can discuss off-line with someone who has been successful with this.)
> John Rodkey, Information Technology, Westmont College
> rodkey at westmont.edu
Are you running a NT style PDC? I was able to create a machine
account and join the Snap server to the domain. Pass through
authentication works just fine.
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