Windows 2003R2 machine join

Taylor, Jonn jonnt at
Tue Feb 15 07:47:55 MST 2011

Just to let everyone know that this bug now effects win2k3 as a DC now.
What ever change in the last few days changes this.


On 02/01/2011 04:54 PM, Anatoliy Atanasov wrote:
> Hi List,
> Andrew Bartlett just showed me a workaround for this problem, which works just beautifully.
> When logging in the Win2k3 machine one have to use administrator at SAMBA.LOCAL to log in.
> Regards, Anatoliy
>>> Hi List,
>> I prepared a capture of the exact moment of the login:
>> login.cap - the capture and samba.local.kt - the keytab
>> I see a few Kerberos packets at the exact end of the login, but i 
>> don't understand enough to tell where's the problem, so i guess 
>> Kerberos expert is wanted for investigation.
>> Regards, Anatoliy
>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "Taylor, Jonn" <jonnt at>
>>> To: "tms3 at" <tms3 at>
>>> Cc: "Anatoliy Atanasov" <anatoliy.atanasov at>, 
>> "samba-technical at" <samba-technical at>
>>> Sent: Tuesday, February 1, 2011 5:22:25 PM (GMT+02:00) Athens, 
>> Bucharest, Istanbul
>>> Subject: Re: Windows 2003R2 machine join
>>>> There is a bug open for this. If you join the server to the domain 
>> as 
>>> a
>>> controller this does not happen, only as a member.
>>> Jonn
>>> On 02/01/2011 08:14 AM, tms3 at wrote:
>>>>> Hi List,
>>>>> I wonder if anyone tried to join Windows 2003 R2 as a machine to 
>> a
>>>>> Samba 4 domain.
>>>>> The domain join is successful but when i try to log in with the
>>>>> domain Administrator i got interesting error:
>>>>> "The name or security ID (SID) of the domain specified is
>>>>> inconsistent with the trust information for that domain"
>>>>> My domain name is samba.local.
>>>> Been running my Samba4 domain that way for about 9 months now.
>>>>> Regards, Anatoliy

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