[Samba] Problem using 2.0.23 client in a domain with a Samba
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Wed Jul 12 11:26:38 GMT 2006
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M. D. Parker wrote:
> I have a samba PDC running 2.0.20c
> I installed Samba 2.0.23 on a client joined to the domain.
> With this combination, when I attempt to connect to a
> share on this client from any host even the localhost
> results in the following:
> $ smbclient //localhost/atest -U auser
> Domain=[DOMAIN] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.0.23-SerNet-RedHat]
> tree connect failed: NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED
> Windows clients will similarly NOT connect.
> This situation does not happen on other NON-2.0.23
> clients containing shares. I have traced the problem to the
> line in the smb.conf file that I have been using for years:
> "valid users = auser"
> If I remove this line, I get connected to the share,
> however, of course I lose any username protection. I
> have tried using write list = or even admin
> users = ... All to no avail.
> The log file indicates seems to recognize my id but
> then finally at the end gets some type of deny message:
> user 'auser' (from session setup) not permitted to access
> this share (atest)
> I have had this problem on all the "RC" versions of
> 2.0.23 and thought that this was something that would
> probably be fixed at release time. Wrong assumption.
Arggg!!!! *why* didn't you report it? Please send me your
full smb.conf and a full level 10 debug log from smbd
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