[Samba] RPC Error with PC Netlink
gaiseric.vandal at gmail.com
Mon May 21 17:30:21 GMT 2007
Sun has definately dropped PC Netlink in favor of Samba (ironically
after pushing PC Netlink's superiority.) My eventual challenge is to
smooth migration from PC Netlink to Samba. In the short term I am
trying to link in some Windows 2003 machines terminal servers. In
both cases I had hoped to have trusts between the old domain and the new
domain so we didn't need an additional set of accounts and passwords.
(Even if someone has the same username and password on two separate
non-trusting domains I don't think it will be seemless.)
I am less then happy that Sun has not sufficiently supported PC Netlink
to even this level.
I am going to try samba v 3.0.22 - since I saw some posts re changes in
winbindd with 3.0.23 and after.
Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
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> Volker Lendecke wrote:
>> On Wed, May 16, 2007 at 05:01:36PM -0400, Gaiseric Vandal wrote:
>>> The samba machines and all windows machines are configured to use the
>>> PCNL servers for WINS servers. The wins server have dymanic entries
>>> for the Samba domain and PDC. I have also forced a replication
>>> between the WINS servers to make sure they are consistent.
>>> Any advice?
>> Get someone with deep Samba and CIFS knowledge on site. I
>> doubt that you will get this solved via this list.
> Volker's right. However, I will point out that the
> "enable asu support" parameter will enable some code
> things that has historical been needed by Advanced Server
> for Unix installations. No idea if that will help your
> particular problem.
> btw...I thought PC NetLink had been dropped a long time ago.
> cheeers, jerry
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