1.9.18alpha3 and 1.9.18alpha4
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Sat Oct 25 14:16:38 GMT 1997
just to let you all know: the #ifdef NTDOMAIN code in 1.9.18alpha3 is
stuffed: the offsets for the "opnum" in the RPC_HDR decoding and creation
are wrong, so it thinks all RPC commands are LSA_CLOSEs. oops.
this is fixed in the minor 1.9.18alpha4 release.
if you are following the NTDOMAIN code, please always check the main
samba distribution location samba.anu.edu.au/pub/samba/alpha or get the
latest using public cvs access (see andrew's message and instructions).
there are still some alignment issues with odd/even string lengths to
certain combinations of domain name, pdc name, user name and workstation
name (i don't think it's user name) are causing login failures, once
you've successfully joined a domain.
either that, or the long-term session key is generated differently for
odd and even length machine passwords...
either way, if you can't get a login, try renaming things. i had a
failed login with the domain "CB1", username "lkcl", server "monarch",
workstation "pavlov", but successful with domain "TEST" (the rest unchanged).
i can't check this properly yet, because i can't generate Net Monitor .CAP
files of NT server -> NT workstation logins at the moment. some help with
this would be appreciated (a matrix of 16 logins is needed, with domain
"test"/"test2", workstation "wksta"/"wksta2", server "ntsrv"/"ntsrv2",
username "user"/"user2") and .CAP files from each.
i know, that's 16 sodding NT workstation reboots and two NT server
reboots, just because microsoft can't get their act together.
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