[Samba] Re: weird smbclient authentication problem NT_STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE

Dan Wong dw6881pr at gmail.com
Sun Nov 11 04:00:19 GMT 2007

never mind. didn't receive all log files.

the traces were scattered to different log files due to log file being
defined with %m macro.

On Nov 6, 2007 9:36 PM, Dan Wong <dw6881pr at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've installed samba 3.0.25c and did a net ads join successfully to
> Windows 2003 PDC.
> wbinfo -u list all users in windows domain correctly.
> I've disabled winbind enum user/groups because wbinfo -u  would time
> out due to large number of users/groups.
> when I execute smbclient -L localhost -U testuser on the local samba
> I am absolutely sure that the password is correct.
> On the Windows Domain Controller, in the event logs under security, I
> saw a successful logon entry for testuser.
> this event was right after I executed smbclient command.
> I was actually expecting to see two succesfull logon events (samba
> tries twice I believe).
> I have log level =10 auth:10
> the last trace in the log file was:
> libsmb/ntlmssp.c:ntlmssp_server_auth(739)
>   Got user=[testuser] domain=[D1] workstation=[WS1] len1=24 len2=96
> There were no traces of make_user_info_map and check_ntlm_password.

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