[Samba] WinXP PDC logon problem...
Ryan.J.Lohan at uts.edu.au
Mon Mar 1 23:41:14 GMT 2004
The only change here is the requiresignorseal value,
which I've changed - it doesn't work on WinXP (SP1).
Still can't login to the domain after joining it
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----- Original Message -----
From: Spam <spam at tnonline.net>
Date: Monday, March 1, 2004 4:46 pm
Subject: Re: [Samba] WinXP PDC logon problem...
> There was a registry file distributed with Samba
before. This is the
> one I have from Samba 2.x:
> Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
> > Hi all,
> > I've seen this raised as an issue on other mailing
> > lists, but I've not seen a solution, and I've seen a
> > number of notes to post to this alias instead, so
> > here I am.
> > I've setup Samba as a PDC running on Solaris. I have
> > a WinXP (latest patch levels) PC which I want to
> > join to the domain. I can successfully join the
> > domain using root authentication, but I am unable to
> > logon with any of my NIS users (stored in both
> > /etc/passwd and smbpasswd)...?
> > I've seen a comment to edit a Windows registry
> > setting (requiresignorseal) and I tried this, but
> > nothing changed.
> > Is there a solution to this issue, or will I be
> > fored back to the hell of an Active Directory/WinNT
> > PDC? :(
> > Cheers,
> > Ryan
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