[Samba] Windows 7 RC
a at flumps.org
Tue Sep 1 08:45:16 MDT 2009
Did you get a chance to test it with 3.4.0? I have 3.3.7 installed - Windows
7 RTM joins the domain (with the primary dns suffix error) but cannot log in
to as I get the trust error (output in the log.smbd is the same as everyone
elses). The regkeys mentioned are all applied btw.
I would rather go upwards than downgrade to get this working.
I haven't seen anything official from the Samba folks on the issue or when
Windows 7 will work?
> kmorning wrote:
>> I installed windows 7 RC and was able to join my samba 3.3.6 domain and
>> just as with server 2008r2 I ran into the "trust relationship" issue when
>> trying to log into the domain. At this point I became a little
>> frustrated since it seems everyone else here has had success with this.
>> Finally, as a last ditch effort, I decided to downgrade to 3.3.4 since
>> I've seen no mention of anyone using 3.3.6 in this scenario. Lo and
>> behold, my domain logins now work in both win7 and win2008r2.
>> Now this would lead me to believe something in 3.3.6 has broken this
>> functionality, but I don't want to say this with absolute certainty.
>> Perhaps in my process of uninstalling 3.3.6 and installing 3.3.4 I fixed
>> something unbeknownst to me.
>> I'm using a gentoo distro, and the reason for me initially installing
>> 3.3.6 was because it was the the only ebuild for a 3.3.x flavour in the
>> portage tree (which I had to unmask since it is still hard masked).
>> After unemerging 3.3.6 I created a portage overlay for 3.3.4 and emerged
>> Can someone confirm (or deny) my findings with 3.3.6?
> I can confirm this findings.
> I am running Gentoo Linux and my Samba was on latest 3.0 release. Changing
> the registry keys in LanmanWorkstation parameters to enable domain
> compatibility helped to join the domain. However the error about changing
> the primary DNS domain remained.
> I don't know if this is relevant at all or just annoying. The DNS suffix
> for the connection is published by the DHCP server here. But maybe the
> message is about something else.
> Anyway I immediately faced the problem that the trust relationship between
> the workstation and the machine failed when I try to log in: "The trust
> relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed."
> So I followed this thread and first upgraded to the latest Samba release
> available for my distribution (Gentoo) which was 3.3.6. Still no go.
> Following your suggestion I've created a local overlay and some Samba
> 3.3.4 overlays. Surprisingly you're right and Samba 3.3.4 works great. So
> something has been broken (or enhanced in a Win-7 incompatible way) in
> Samba 3.3.6.
> If I find some time I will try to use Samba 3.4 too but this might be more
> difficult than my 3.3.4 overlays...
> (Running Windows 7 Professional RTM, no Beta/RC)
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