domain level authentication?
mjo at ci.bedford.nh.us
Tue Mar 13 17:39:10 GMT 2001
I'm trying to set up a samba server, such that 60 or so win 98 users can log
into the linux box and be plopped into their respective home directories on it.
I don't want them to be promted for passwords, I want the PDC, an NT box, to
take care that in such a wy that I do not need a smbpasswd file. I know almost
nothing about NT, but the server running works just fine, and will let people
authenticate into samba as long as I set it up authenticating against a
Here is the relevant part of the smb.conf file I'm using:
netbios name = MYNBNAME
workgroup = MYDOMAIN
server string = Samba %v on (%L)
log level= 1
max log size = 1000
encrypt passwords = yes
security = domain
brosweable = yes
map archive = yes
path = /data
comment = data drive
volume = Data-Drive
writeable = yes
MYNBNAME is listed in the NT box's server manager.
I shut down samba, type
smbpasswd -j MYDOMAIN -r MYPDC
Here is the error I get:
cli_net_req_chal: Error NT_STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED
cli_nt_setup_creds: request challenge failed
modify_trust_password: unable to setup the PDC credentials to machine MYPDC.
Error was : NT_STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED. 2001/03/13 11:03:37 :
change_trust_account_password: Failed to change password for domain MYDOMAIN.
Unable to join domain MYDOMAIN.
I have also tried setting setting sercurity=server.
Any thoughts? Thanks!
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