[Samba] Linux server & client in Win2k3 AD domain

Jonas Printzén jonas at printzen.net
Mon Jan 31 13:16:10 GMT 2005

> How are the time clocks synchronized?
> - John T.

The Linux host is synced with my local server.
The Win2k3 I don't know ;) But they stay +/-30s synced!
Some wabbling due to VMWare cause clock drift...

> Did you follow the guidelines in the Samba-Guide Chapter 9?
> You can obtain it from:
> 	http://www.samba.org/samba/docs/Samba-Guide.pdf
> If any of it does not work please let me know so I can fix it.
> - John T.

Yes, I did follow those guidelines. And I got as far as described.
Well, I did spend a few seconds wondering what the '%not2forget'
following ... -UAdministrator ... was.
But then I am slow at times, I just never tell anyone. (oups!)
 ... ;)

/Jonas P


> Jonas Printzén schrieb:
>> Hello folks!
>> I am trying to make sure we can use Linux/Win2k3 mix in
>> my company. After reading up in the documentation I fealt
>> it sounded so good I would propably get there with little effort...
>> Well, halfway there I got fast enough. But that won't do...
>> I have successfully joined the AD-Domain from my Linux host.
>> And I also can authenticate a AD user in the Linux host.
>> I used nsswitch and pam.d/system-auth with winbind...
>> However I can't get to the shared files from a Windows
>> client. I can browse, with a LOT of waiting, so I can see
>> the machine and shares. But I can't login and access files.
>> I tried this both from the Win2k3 AD machine and from my XP
>> desktop.
>> Windows client says the user/password is wrong.
>> In the /var/log/samba/<machine> logfile i get:
>> [2005/01/29 15:21:48, 1] smbd/sesssetup.c:reply_spnego_kerberos(173)
>>   Failed to verify incoming ticket!
>> Painfull as it is I have to admit I don't know enough to get
>> any further.
>> Please advice!!

Jonas Printzén
jonas at printzen.net

 'Linux, because reboots are for HW upgrade' still applies..

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