[Samba] The network path was not found.
hef+samba at pbrfrat.com
Wed Apr 10 00:02:54 MDT 2013
More information: I attempted to connect to the server via \\
ad.redacted.com\Test. The diagnose button shows this:
file and price resource( auth.ad.redacted.com) is online but isn't
responding to connection attempts.
I grabbed Active Directory Explorer from sysinternals, and was able to
explore the directory using the Administrator account.
Again, sorry for misusing the reply button.
On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 9:04 AM, Hef <hef at pbrfrat.com> wrote:
> The realm is ad.redacted.com and the samba4 server is auth.ad.redacted.com
> both ad.redacted.com and auth.ad.redacted.com have A and AAAA records
> that correctly point to auth.ad.redacted.com public ip addresses,
> verified by ping and ping6 from my linux desktop. The windows 7 VM is able
> to ping both as well, and uses the ipv6 address. The windows 7 VM is able
> to ping the ipv4 address if I don't use a dns name.
> On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 12:46 AM, Daniel <it.dannaz at gmail.com> wrote:
>> From the client what is the results of a nslookup on redacted.com and
>> Could be a simple dns entry missing
>> From: Hef <hef+samba at pbrfrat.com>
>> Sent: 9/04/2013 2:43 PM
>> To: samba at lists.samba.org
>> Subject: [Samba] The network path was not found.
>> I am attempting to join a windows 7 computer running in virtual box to a
>> samba4 domain (version 4.1.0pre1-GIT-243278a).
>> I get prompted for credentials, I use the provisioned Administrator
>> account, and then get the following:
>> The Following error occured attempting to join the domain
>> The network path was not found.
>> (I have replaced the actual domain with redacted for this email)
>> I have a ns record for ad.redacted.com pointing to the samba 4 instance,
>> but the samba4 server is running on a vm instance in several hundred miles
>> What am I doing wrong? What else can I do to debug this problem?
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