[Samba] Problem Authenticating on Windows NT-Domain via winbind
m.knezevic at porta.de
Thu Feb 26 15:57:27 GMT 2004
i know that the first thing i'll hear is rtfm. but i allready read it 4 times and spend some nights over this problem.
i got a debian woody (stable) linux box with samba 2.2.3a-12.3 and winbind for the samba version.
the nt-domain is PORTA#001-NT.
my first question is: is the # in the name a problem?
my second question: do i have to create a computer account on the pdc of the domain before i join the domain? cause i didn't and used smbpasswd −j PORTA#001-NT −r OURPDC −U Administrator . i received the messaged: joined the domain PORTA#001-NT. when i open the srvmgr.exe there is a computer account. but when i double click the account it states: Access denied.
i started samba and winbind and uses the winbind -t command. everything is ok. winbind -u and winbind -g also works as expected. but when i try to authenticate myself with winbind -a it doesn't work.
winbind -a my_user%my_password
winbind -a PORTA#001-NT\my_user%my_password
winbind -a PORTA#001-NT\\my_user%my_password
winbind -a PORTA#001-NT/my_user%my_password
another thing is that i can't see/access my shares on the linux box from a windows box but i think that has to do with my previous questions.
every help is appreciated.
thanx in advance
some global conf entries:
workgroup = PORTA#001-NT
allow trusted domains = Yes
security = DOMAIN
password server = our_password_server
obey pam restrictions = Yes
winbind uid = 10000-20000
winbind gid = 10000-20000
template homedir = /home/winbind
template shell = /bin/bash
winbind separator = +
winbind cache time = 15
winbind enum users = Yes
winbind enum groups = Yes
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