doublezane at gmail.com
Sat Feb 9 11:31:29 MST 2013
That makes sense. I *can* run a separate file server. I just run such a
small user base that I have two AD DCs, and I run one of those as file
server as well.
I don't have a huge knowledge in this area, but should this error
even occur if I don't run DFS on my shares that I've created. I thought
that DFS only had something to do with the sysvol share.
I used to have a Samba 3.6 NT domain setup (thank God for Samba 4) where I
used an external Bind9 DNS server. My CNAMES would work fine then.
On Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 10:16 AM, Stefan (metze) Metzmacher
<metze at samba.org>wrote:
> Am 09.02.2013 00:45, schrieb Zane Zakraisek:
> > Hi, I've been getting to know Samba 4 for a little while now and I've
> > noticed that I can't access shares on my Samba server using a CNAME.
> > For instance, lets say I have a server named "exampleserver01", and
> > a CNAME record referring to it as "es01". When I would enter "
> > \\es01.exampledomain.com" into my Windows file browser, it would bring
> up a
> > list of all my shares, just as it would if I were to type "
> > \\exampleserver01.exampledomain.com", but when I click on ANY of those
> > shares, I get a message saying that the share isn't accessible, or that I
> > might not have permission to open it. At the bottom of the error message
> > says that "the parameter is incorrect".
> > I am using Samba 4.0.3 and am using the internal DNS server. When I do an
> > nslookup of the CNAME, it does bring up the correct A record, so I know
> > that DNS is working correctly.
> If you run Samba as an AD DC, then there's a problem with DFS referrals,
> we currently only expect our hostname or our domain name as valid names.
> I'm not sure if this is easily fixable...
> Maybe we should just return NT_STATUS_NOT_FOUND instead of
> for unknown names (in dfs_server_ad_get_referrals()).
> Why do you want this behavior at all? Maybe it's better to have
> a file server separate from the AD DC.
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