Draft #3: Re: [patch] net ads join rework
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Thu May 11 05:57:31 GMT 2006
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Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
> I've tried with an XP client joining a CIFS domain and I still don't
> see the CIFS/xxx SPN. Although I have seen an XP client use theis
> principal name in the TGS_REQ prior ot an SMBsesssetup&X.
> I'll search the archives since I know this has been answered before.
Just found this:
Note that you do not have to register all services.
Many service types, such as HTTP, W3SVC, WWW, RPC,
CIFS (file access), WINS, and uninterruptible power
supply (UPS), will map to a default service type named
HOST. For example, if your client software uses an SPN
of HTTP/webserver1.microsoft.com to perform an HTTP connection
to the Web server on the webserver1.microsoft.com server,
but this SPN is not registered on the server, the Windows
2000 domain controller will automatically map it to
HOST/webserver1.microsoft.com. This mapping applies only
if the Web service is running under the local System account.
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