[Samba] "net sam set workstations ..." prevents users from using
domain resources from non-domain member systems
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Fri May 18 15:42:06 GMT 2007
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> Running into a serious problem here with 3.0.24 + patches.
> The shop has a mix of domain member computers and privately owned non-domain
> member computers. I'm trying to use "net sam set workstations" to limit the
> workstations domain users can log onto. This limitation works as expected.
> And domain member workstations all work properly.
> But once the workstation limit is put in place the users on their own
> workstations (non-domain member boxes) can no longer access domain resources
> such as mapped drives which they could previously do after supplying the
> proper credentials. Now even with proper credentials Windows
> returns "unexpected network error" when these users try to use the domain
> resources. If I remove the workstation logon limitation all works again as
My suggestion is to start looking at the level 10 debug logs
from the failed connections and see what is going on.
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