[Samba] 3.0.0 -> 3.0.1 upgrade causes "Failed to verify
juer.lee at raidtec.ie
Sun Jan 4 01:52:36 GMT 2004
I experience the same problems - Accessing share by IP address is OK, while
failed to access the share by the host name.
The only difference is that there are two DCs in the domain.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kevin P. Fleming" <kpfleming at backtobasicsmgmt.com>
To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 01, 2004 12:32 PM
Subject: [Samba] 3.0.0 -> 3.0.1 upgrade causes "Failed to verify
> OK, I spent a bunch of time reviewing the mailing list from the last
> month, and I see where this was discussed quite a bit, but there was no
> conclusive resolution found (that I could find anyway).
> I have a simple network: one machine running W2K3 Standard Edition, with
> AD active and in W2K compatibility mode, one machine running Linux with
> Samba 3.0.0/3.0.1, a number of W2K and WXP Pro workstations.
> Samba is compiled against MIT Kerberos 1.3.1. There is no /etc/krb5.conf
> file at all (intentionally). I had no trouble using kinit to get a krb5
> ticket from the KDC, nor did I have any trouble with "net ads join". The
> Samba server shows up in Active Directory, reporting itself properly.
> There is no WINS server at all (only DNS is used for host name
> resolution). "client use spnego" and "use spnego" are both set to "yes".
> "klist -e" shows the ticket obtained by kinit as "skey" DES-CBC-CRC and
> "tkt" RC4-HMAC-MD5.
> winbindd is running and libnss_winbind.so is in place and working
> properly; getent shows the AD users and groups with no problems. Time is
> synchronized between the machines (the Linux box is running ntpd, and
> the W2K3 box is using it as a time source).
> With Samba 3.0.0 everything is cool and I can access the shares,
> security works properly, etc. Upgrading to 3.0.1 (compiled using the
> identical configure command) causes the workstations (and the AD DC) to
> no longer be able to connect to Samba shares; any attempt results in a
> username/password dialog box popping up, and no entry in that box will
> work. The workstations can connect to the Samba server by using the IP
> address, though, just not using browsing or the server name directly.
> Looking at the Samba logs, "Failed to verify incoming ticket!" appears
> each time a workstation attempts to connect to a share when 3.0.1 is
> I have another problem to report against Samba, and I suspect it may
> have been fixed already in 3.0.1, but I can't use 3.0.1 without a
> resolution to this problem. Anyone have a suggestion?
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