Vista RC2 doesn't like samba-3.0.10+ or 3.0.22+
Jason.Haar at trimble.co.nz
Tue Oct 17 22:18:32 GMT 2006
Volker Lendecke wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 16, 2006 at 05:05:31PM +1300, Jason Haar wrote:
>> Nope. \\CROM was ADS once - but was turned over to "security=DOMAIN"
>> weeks before the Vista box was even built. It is possible AD still
>> *thinks* CROM is ADS - could it have told the Vista box via WINS or
> Possibly. Can you try to completely delete the computer
> account in AD and re-join?
Huh - that did the trick!
Looks like that implies some old ADS details about that (now) non-ADS
host remained in Active Directory, and unlike Win2000/WinXP clients,
Vista discovered that and changed the way it wanted to talk to the Samba
server - and failed. Sounds like Vista interrogates AD in some ways that
WinXP and prior don't.
Removing the old entry from Active Directory and either rejoining as
"server = DOMAIN" or as "server = ADS" now works with Vista as a client.
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