[Samba] FW: BHA--W2k wSMB no longer trusted. help

mlb mbruntel_nospam at comcast.net
Tue Jul 30 00:35:08 GMT 2002

Black Hole alert.

I've tried to get this sent for 2 weeks and it rejects please forward it
to list for me!

HELP. I've had this message rejected several times.


Here is the problem:

I have several W2k Workstations, with a SAMBA 2.2.3 PDC.

Problem is that I must have removed all of the important parts of  server
 Here's the story: OUTLAND is domain, W2k/ clients are milo and lola
They WERE working fine on the domain. I did SOMETHING (??) and now I
a message that says (when I try and log on: The system cannot log you
on to  this domain because the system computer account in its primary domain
is  missing or the password on that account is incorrect.

 now: I tried to delete the machine accounts (milo$ and lola$) using
 userdel and smbpasswd -x to eliminate all traces.

 Tried to change out of domain, changed machine name, log in: still  no
 good, same messages.

  Then I tried the same thing, but this time also deleted the
 file. Then did a smbpasswd to add the root account again.
 STILL same problem
 HELP! I have no idea what to do!

The last thing I tried was to to change the machine name and out of
 the  outland domain.

So I tried to change the name of the client to stevedallas, and the
 workgroup to temp
That worked. (to change. ) After this, I logged in, ok, and was then
 to change back to outland domain.

 > > Now I was able to log in as workstation/administator
> > and I added new user/browse and it did see the outland domain.
> > I click my outland domain name, and next and the the message:
> > The user could not be added because the following error has
> occurred.
> > The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary
> domain
> > failed.
> >
> > SO I am stuck without getting any user logins (at least I can login
> as
> > admin...
> >
> >
> > please point me in the right direction??? thanks
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