[Samba] Re: What's happend when the UID/SID mapping changes for a
computer account ?
rberghmans at arafox.com
Fri Jun 27 09:45:09 GMT 2003
I'm using one of the last CVS before (about one weeks before)the
official release of beta1.
In my LDAP directory I've configured a sambaUnixIdPool objectClass. At
the beginning the uidNumber was 3000(I've decided to set up it to this
value), but now in 3 weeks the value of this entry is 13699. Strange !
And I don't think that idmap.tdb has been delete to be regenerated ! The
only things we do : it's a net rpc vampire to resynchronized the SAM
with ou NT4 PDC !
On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 11:08, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 18:30, Raphaël Berghmans wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Could you please tell me, what's happend when the UID/SID mapping
> > changes for a computer account ?
> > In my previous mail, I explain that suddenly every computers of my
> > domain was unable to connect to our samba logon server.
> > Before this problem, a 'net rpc vampire' was done to resynchronize the
> > samba ldap-sam with the NT4 PDC, and samba has been restarted, I suspect
> > that after this operation the UID/SID idmap mapping has been changed !
> Which version of Samba? The previous beta did not change the SID->UID
> mapping, the current version does. More likely to cause problems with
> machine logins is a change to the SID.
> The 'net' command should allow you to suck in the SID from the NT PDC,
> if for some reason it has been lost.
> Andrew Bartlett
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