Samba 4 functional levels
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Fri Feb 25 13:37:54 MST 2011
Thanks for the input Matthias,
I was not using the full command with --domain=2008.. This did not work
and stated that there was another DC that had to be raised to 2008. I
could not raise the level on my backup DC which was also samba4..
I blew away the samba install and started from scratch and Raised the
domainlevel on the primary before I added a DC, this worked great..
The forest is still in 2003, is there also something to raise this?..
Oh and I'm running S4 alpha14,
Is there a newer alpha?
Good Stuff! thank you very much!
On 02/25/2011 02:03 PM, Matthias Dieter Wallnöfer wrote:
> this command should work:
>> ./samba-tool domainlevel raise --domain=2008
>> Domain function level changed!
>> All changes applied successfully!
> Just to be sure: is your s4 version recent enough (I mean at maximum
> some months old)?
> Otherwise you could just try to perform the raise manually. This means
> with an adequate LDAP tool you have to:
> - Under <base DN> set "msDS-Behavior-Version" to 3
> - Under CN=<short domainname>, CN=Partitions, CN=Configuration, <base
> DN> set "msDS-Behavior-Version" to 3
> Aaron E. wrote:
>> I did not at first but I did try now and same results, the command
>> completes successfully but the domainlevel doesn't change..
>> On 02/25/2011 03:49 AM, Matthias Dieter Wallnöfer wrote:
>>> But do you make use of the "-Uadministrator%<password>" parameter when
>>> calling the tool?
>>> Aaron E. wrote:
>>>> My TS servers show that it is a windows 2003 domain. I cannot raise
>>>> the domain through windows as it says I don't have the proper
>>>> How can I raise this?
>>>> Thanks in advance !
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