[Samba] Access Windows AD share From Linux

Kenneth R Leach kleach2 at csc.com
Mon Jun 11 12:52:09 GMT 2007


When I try the "krb" option, after using "kinit" successfully, I get the 
following after entering my password:

18240: session setup failed: ERRHRD - ERRgeneral (General failure.)
SMB connection failed

Do I need to authenticate as "Administrator" to the AD domain, when using 
"kinit" and/or "smbmount"? I do not have "Administrator" rights to the AD 
domain nor do I have the password for the "Administrator" account.


Kenneth R. Leach
Computer Sciences Corporation
100 Decadon Dr.
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234
kleach2 at csc.com

Davide Cervella <d.cervella at bielle.it> 
Sent by: samba-bounces+kleach2=csc.com at lists.samba.org
06/11/2007 08:20 AM

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Re: [Samba] Access Windows AD share From Linux

Kenneth R Leach wrote:

> I am unable to allow an AD trust with the Linux client to the AD domain, 

> so any solution cannot require joining the Linux host to the AD domain.

Just a shot in the dark..
The smbmount command has a "krb" option that you can play with:

           Use kerberos (Active Directory).

I suppose using this option means you have to obtain a Kerberos
authentication ticket first (see kinit)...

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