[Samba] connection to IPC$ denied due to security descriptor
karol.makowski at koelner.pl
Thu Nov 22 09:05:11 GMT 2007
> Hey all,
> I have a fileserver running Debian Etch and Samba 3.0.24 that I use to serve
> media and private home directories. I have a couple roommates, and
> therefore have a couple accounts on the box for those users. I had
> everything working perfectly until last week when my system drive took a
> crap. I've reinstalled everything exactly the same (I think?) but now I am
> having problems with some accounts not being able to connect to the shares.
> My username can connect to my home share and the communal media share just
> fine. When I try to connect to another users home share or to the media
> share with their username, I keep getting the password dialog box. I've
> ensured that they are in smbpasswd and that their password is correct. I've
> also verified this using smbclient.
> The log file is reporting this error when I try to connect:
> make_connection: connection to IPC$ denied due to security descriptor.
I'm having the same problem after upgrading from 3.0.22 to 3.0.24 (or
higher). I saw that serveral people are
having exact same problem as us, but noone answered yet. I can join to
domain but cannot login into it.
Shares/printers are visible correctly.
KOELNER SA IT Department
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