[Samba] Trusted domains with Samba 3.0alpha21?
nirs at exanet.com
Mon Dec 2 14:47:01 GMT 2002
> On Fri, 2002-11-29 at 03:29, Nir Soffer wrote:
> > Hi there!
> > I appear to be having problems with trusted domains using 3.0a21.
> > Using Samba as a member server, as user "nirs" on domain
> "Exanet-il" I
> > am unable to log on to a member server ("snow") who is a
> member of the
> > "Exanet-qa" domain. The "exanet-qa" is supposed to trust
> > and it all worked with 2.2 . This is the relevant log snippet I can
> > find:
> > [2002/11/28 18:26:05, 0]
> > domain_client_validate: unable to validate password for
> user nirs in
> > domain EX
> > ANET-QA to Domain controller \\KENGURO. Error was
> > NT_STATUS_NO_SUCH_USER.
> > [2002/11/28 18:26:05, 2] auth/auth.c:check_ntlm_password(271)
> > check_password: Authentication for user [nirs] -> [nirs]
> FAILED with
> > error NT
> > _STATUS_NO_SUCH_USER
> > [2002/11/28 18:26:05, 3] smbd/sesssetup.c:do_map_to_guest(38)
> > No such user nirs [EXANET-IL] - using guest account
> > [2002/11/28 18:26:05, 3] smbd/sec_ctx.c:push_sec_ctx(255)
> > Anyone have any idea? Is this supposed to work in 3.0 now?
> That error is returned by the remote server. The event log
> on both DCs
> might be useful.
I only have access to the first PDC in the line, and it shows nothing I
can spot of any value. Any hints and tips on what exactly I should be
I'd like to stress that the behaviour differs for 2.2.5 which I had
(Also - another behaviour change I noticed, and please tell me if I'm
wrong, is that once if the trust relationship was not established
properly, I'll log on as a guest, and now I can a "Can't get domain
info" error. I'm assuming this came with the new NT status codes and is
correct behaviour, I'm just wondering if this should be documented
somewhere to avoid confusion)
Nir Soffer -=- Software Engineer, Exanet Inc. -=-
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