[Samba] Re: Authentication fails - 3.0.26a-0.9-1787-SUSE-SLES9
Andrew.Masterson at nuvistaenergy.com
Wed Dec 24 13:24:08 GMT 2008
What does wbinfo -D return?
> I recently brought up our fifth Samba domain member server with
> 3.0.26a-0.9-1787-SUSE-SLES9 against an NT4 domain on a new subnet. The
> subnet also has an NT4 BDC that is working correctly. Wbinfo and getent
> both work properly but users can not get to the [homes] service but can
> get to another share that is on the same system. If I setup a share
> definition in smb.conf for myself as a home share it fails with the same
> error. All of our other Samba servers are working correctly. When a
> connection is attempted they get the following:
> '/data2/home/OREILLY2/bdehn' does not exist or permission denied when
> connecting to [bdehn] Error was Permission denied.
> I turned up the log level (5) and see that winbind show's me
> authenticating correctly but still the Permission denied message. If I
> stop and restart windbind I see the following in log.winbind:
> cli_pipe_validate_current_pdu: RPC fault code DCERPC_FAULT_OP_RNG_ERROR
> received from remote machine OREILLYTS6 pipe \lsarpc fnum 0x801!
> cli_pipe_validate_current_pdu: Bind NACK received from remote machine
> OREILLYTS6 pipe \samr fnum 0x802!
> cli_rpc_pipe_open_ntlmssp_internal: cli_rpc_pipe_bind failed with
> I have re-joined the domain several times and deleted all tdb's.
> Any help would be much appreciated!
> Bob Dehn
The [homes] section path had been defined as path = /data2/home/%D/%U/
which is identical to our other member servers. I changed the path
statement to path = /data2/home/%U/ and moved the directories and it works
fine. What could I have mis-configured that would cause the '%D' to not
pickup the domain name? As I mentioned previously wbinfo and getent work
Thanks in advance for any help!
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