[Samba] Problems using security=server for windows 2003 client.
schu at design-pt.com
Wed Mar 8 23:52:46 GMT 2006
Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-03-08 at 09:51 -0900, Matthew Schumacher wrote:
>>I searched around but didn't find an answer to my question, hopefully
>>someone here knows how to fix this problem.
>>The issue is actually pretty simple, if I use "security = user" and add
>>a user with smbpasswd then I can connect to the share from windows 2003
>>server. However, if I set "security = server" then define the same
>>windows 2003 server as the password server then I can't connect to samba
>>The logs report "password server WINSERVER rejected the password", but I
>>know it works fine because I can connect from smbclient or windows 2000
>>clients. I can't figure out why "security = server" fails when the
>>windows 2003 server tries to make a connection, but works for other clients.
> If that server is a DC, then you must use 'security=domain'.
> Andrew Bartlett
Thanks for your help, but that doesn't seem to fix it. When I change
security to domain then I get:
session setup failed: NT_STATUS_CANT_ACCESS_DOMAIN_INFO
When I try to login with smbclient and everything breaks.
Any other ideas?
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