[Samba] W2k/SQL Authentication problems 3.0.1, help please

Gerald (Jerry) Carter jerry at samba.org
Wed Jan 21 03:35:03 GMT 2004

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On Mon, 12 Jan 2004, Jason Jeremias wrote:

> I upgraded from Samba 2.2.8a to Samba 3.0.1, since doing I'm having 
> problems with my SQL Server and applications running on Windows 2000.  
> When a users (running a windows 98 client) attempts to query the SQL 
> Server, either using ODBC (even the Test Sources) or an application that 
> uses the db.  I get a login failed from the sql app, and from the ODBC I 
> get:
>  "Login failed for user '(null)', Reason: Not associated with a trusted 
> SQL Server connection." 
> That error shows up in the SQL Server Logs, and its displayed at the client.
> On the Samba side I see some NT user token: (NULL), in the logs but I'm 
> not sure what else to look for..
> I'm not sure what is going on but it seems like the W2k/SQL Server is 
> not doing the Windows Authentication properly.
> I've attached a testparm -vs and my smb.conf, I can provide logs or 
> whatever is needed to help me solve the problem.

This might have been fixed in 3.0.2rc1.  Could you test it and let me
know?  Thanks.

cheers, jerry
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