[Samba] Samba and Windows Server 2008 64bit

Darrell A. Sullivan, II darrell at flores-associates.com
Thu Feb 12 18:13:47 GMT 2009

I am having to add a server running Windows Server 2008 64bit edition to my
system network in order to use a solid state drive solution. The computers
in my network consist of Linux machines as well as workstations running
Windows 2000 and Windows XP professional and a Windows NT server that is
running because some specialized hardware we have will not run on any later
operating systems.

I am using a Linux server running Samba as a primary domain controller in
this network.

After attaching the Server 2008 machine and joining the domain I was able to
successfully establish a connection from the Server 2008 machine to existing
shares on the network and copy files to the server. However, I have been
unsuccessful at having any of the other computers, of any operating system
flavour, to connect to the Server 2008 machine shares or to establish
connections for using DCOM functions.

The Server 2008 log lists the same message for every machine that attempts
to log in.

Failure Information:
 Failure Reason:  An Error occured during Logon.
 Status:   0xc002002e
 Sub Status:  0x0

I looked up the 0xc002002e error and that is evidently

I did some searching on "Procedure Number out of Range" and I set the Lan
Manage Authentication Level to "Send LM & NTLM Responses", but I am still
receiving the same errors.

I was wondering if anyone else has had similar problems and if so how you
were able to fix them.

Thank You

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