[Samba] accessing samba 3.0b2 using an account from a
EAMONN.HAMILTON at saic.com
Wed Jul 9 14:18:56 GMT 2003
OK, here goes :
In the setup I'm using, the samba server is located in a resource domain
with one way trusts to a number of account domains.
When winbindd is started, it scans for trusted domains and adds them
with the appropriate SIDs, all seems hunky dory. I can examine the
resources on the system using an account in the same domain as the
server thus :
smbclient -U account -L server
with the appropriate password and it works.
When I try and use an account from the trusted domain, using
smbclient -U myname -W user-domain -L server
it reports back
session setup failed: NT_STATUS_CANT_ACCESS_DOMAIN_INFO
and the log shows
[2003/07/09 15:04:50, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:get_trust_pw(78)
get_trust_pw: could not fetch trust account password for my domain
The server itself is joined to the domain OK, and a net rpc testjoin
reports OK.Security is set to domain, with the password server being set
to *. A local WINS server is being used, and seems to be operating fine.
I've got restrict anonymous set to 1 and username maps set in a file,
however I've tried without them and it dos the same.
What other information do you require, maybe a debug trace?
I then try and list the services on
On Wed, 2003-07-09 at 14:37, John H Terpstra wrote:
> On Wed, 9 Jul 2003, Eamonn Hamilton wrote:
> > Hi Folks
> > When I try and access a samba 3.0b2 server using an account from a
> > trusted domain, samba denies access and reports "could not fetch trust
> > account password".
> > The server is a member server in a domain with a one way trust
> > relationship to a user domain, which I can list the accounts from using
> > getent passwd, and net rpc testjoin says the trust is fine.
> > Does this work yet, as I remember some problems with winbind a while
> > back?
> Please provide precise details of how you have tested this. It should
> work - at least it did shortly before Beta2 when I last tested this.
> Please help us to nail this with enough information so we can reproduce
> the problem. Thanks.
> - John T.
Senior Systems Engineer
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