[Samba] FreeBSD, Samba 3.0.28a joined to AD domain but prompts for
jens.nissen at gmx.net
Tue Jul 1 07:42:05 GMT 2008
In addition to what Jason writes:
It is good practice to start with a share like "shared" in "/export/shared" and not with the /homes folder, as the home-shares pose additional problems (like access rights). If the user accounts are already created as Unix local acounts, the domain users might not be able to access them.
Make the /export/shared folder 777 and if this works continue towards the home shares.
Important: Jason already indicated, that the valid users should be empty, when this works, make valid users something like "MYDOMAIN\%S" and see if you can make progress.
Have fun with Samba,
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> Datum: Tue, 01 Jul 2008 12:04:41 +1200
> Von: Jason Haar <Jason.Haar at trimble.co.nz>
> An: Samba Questions <samba at lists.samba.org>
> Betreff: Re: [Samba] FreeBSD, Samba 3.0.28a joined to AD domain but prompts for login
> Mike Galvez wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am trying to connect a FreeBSD server running 7.0 Release and Samba
> 3.0.28a to a
> > Windows 2003 AD Domain Controller. Has anyone had success with this
> combo? I have joined
> > the domain and I can enumerate users, groups, etc..
> Are you referring to Vista as the client? If so, upgrade to 3.0.30 as
> Vista SP1 brought in a bunch of changes that broke Samba (and probably a
> bunch of other things too... ;-)
> Secondly, I see you have a "valid users" variable under "[homes]", do
> you explicitly need it? Try removing it and see if the problem disappears.
> Jason Haar
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