[Samba] Samba "hijack" the connection?
herman at aeronetworks.ca
Mon Oct 22 04:24:47 GMT 2007
Fajar Priyanto wrote:
> On Monday 22 October 2007 08:31:46 Fajar Priyanto wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I have 2 domains: JUPITER.COM (Samba 3.0.23c - Centos5) and WIN.COM
>> (Windows 2000 Adv Srv). I join a windows XP SP1 (MOON), first to Windows
>> domain and then to Samba's.
>> The problem is when I join the XP to Samba's and then try to logon to
>> WIN.COM, the XP is instead logon to Samba, thus the username is not found.
>> The DNS is not a problem, I set the DNS of the XP to Windows' DNS.
>> Why does Samba still handle the logon request?
>> One more info, if I then join the XP back to Windows' and then try to logon
>> both to Samba and Windows, the logon process is OK.
>> Any insight and comments are very welcome.
> From google I found this:
> In Windows XP Pro, is it possible to have multiple domains to login to?
> Currently, I only have a single domain option. I would like be able to choose
> from a list of domains when I login.
> In one word, no. A computer can only be part of a single domain. However,
> multiple users from other trusted domains may have permissions to access
> certain domains while still being logged in to their own domain. This is all
> part of an Active Directory process.
> Is that true?
In Win XP, you can log into any one of a list of domains. However, you
cannot be logged into more than one at a time.
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