[Samba] Unable to use 'valid users' from Active Directory
adam.nielsen at uq.edu.au
Thu Jun 1 22:45:28 GMT 2006
> I tried that but the results are the same, I am still prompted to
> enter a username and password, and it doesn't take. IMO it shouldn't
> even prompt for a username/password because I am already logged in and
> therefore authenticated against the domain.
OH, okay, I thought you *wanted* it to prompt for a username. In that
case you'll only get a prompt if the credentials you're already using
are incorrect, i.e. you correctly logged into the domain, then you
connect to Samba and pass those same credentials on, Samba rejects the
credentials for whatever reason and then you get a prompt asking for a
valid username and password.
> I am getting a error when trying to access the share:
> [2006/06/01 16:13:39, 1] smbd/sesssetup.c:reply_spnego_kerberos(250)
> Username UFAD\IF-FRE-CETUS$ is invalid on this system
> The username that it mentions is my computer name...
Which computer name is that? If it's the Samba machine, it would
indicate that it hasn't correctly joined the domain. Part of the
process of joining a domain involves creating a computer account in
Active Directory, which is the account Samba uses when it connects to
the directory to retrieve a list of users/groups.
> I've attached my smb.conf in hopes that I am just missing something in
> the configuration.
Almost none of the domain config is stored in smb.conf, it's all
updated dynamically in the binary data files when you run commands
like 'net join'. You'll need to run things like "net testjoin" etc. to
try to figure out why wbinfo is working but smbd isn't.
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