[Samba] Samba 3.0.2 and Windows 2003 ADS.
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Fri Jan 30 15:11:48 GMT 2004
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Christian Arguello wrote:
| Ok, when i login in Windows 2000 as Administrador of the machine (not as
| a member of the Windows 2k domain) everything works fine, if i use the
| command "net use * \\server\share", this command works ok, and also if I
| use "smbclient //windows2000/share" command to see my shared folders in
| windows 2000 it works fine. But if I login in the PC as a user of the
| Windows 2k domain, I can not use that command, but I still can see the
| Windows2000 and its shared folders from my Linux using the command
| smbclient //windows2000/share -k, and I also notice that in this case if
| I use the IP address of the Windows 2000 PC instead of its Netbios name,
| it works fine, I mean that if i use this command "net use *
| \\<IP_Address>\share" instead of \\<Netbios_name>\share" it works.
I've been trying to track this down, but have not been able
to pinpoint it yet. My best guess is a kerberos configuration
The IP address connection is using NTLMSSP and the name
connection is using kerberos. We're failing to decrypt the
krb5 ticket which is probably due to an encryption type.
Could you send me your krb5.conf?
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