[Samba] What version plays well with Windows 7?
jax at nwmt.us
Tue Jan 18 14:14:53 MST 2011
On 01/18/2011 11:17, Farhan Ahmad wrote:
> Hello Ed,
> I don't have the answer to your question, but have you also installed the
> hotfix listed here: http://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Windows7? (maybe that
> page has the official answer, i.e. 3.3+? :))
> - Farhan
> On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 12:14 PM, Ed Kasky<ed at esson.net> wrote:
>> I am currently running version 3.3.2 on an older Fedora machine that works
>> just fine with XP. I am trying to get a Win7 machine to work but keep
>> getting trust relationship errors on the final step in the configuration on
>> the Win machine.
>> This is the error in the logs:
>> Jan 17 18:51:00 yoda smbd: _netr_ServerAuthenticate2:
>> netlogon_creds_server_check failed. Rejecting auth request from client HPLAP
>> machine account HPLAP$
>> Jan 17 18:51:00 yoda smbd: [2011/01/17 18:51:00, 0]
>> I installed the reg hacks to no avail. I have read some conflicting
>> reports as to the minimum version that works with Win 7 but what is the
>> official answer? Is it 3.4?
>> Thanks in advance...
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We've got a mix of Windows XP Pro (90%) clients, and Windows 7 Pro at
our facility. We have no issues with authentication with Samba 3.4.9
and 3.5.6. The machine is configured as a domain member though with MS
AD servers running the show.
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