[Samba] Getent passwd don't display domain users
thiago at thiagocrepaldi.com
Tue Dec 17 06:47:13 MST 2013
I am facing the same issue on a Debian Wheezy with Samba 4.1.3, but I
believe it was reported back in 2008 and there is also a bug since 2010 -
there is no fix nor workaround, though :(
Can you compare your issue with the following reports to confirm if that is
what is going on in your case ?
On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 11:39 AM, Thiago Crepaldi <thiago at thiagocrepaldi.com
> I am facing the same issue on a Debian Wheezy with Samba 4.1.3, but I
> believe it was reported back in 2008 and there is also a bug since 2010 -
> there is no fix nor workaround, though :(
> On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 11:23 AM, Renzo Di Vincenzo <
> rdivincenzo at prossitalia.it> wrote:
>> I installed the following packages on Centos 6.x: samba4 samba4-winbind
>> samba4-client krb5-workstation samba4-winbind-clients.
>> I have to join Centos to my 2008 domain as a member server.
>> I followed this How-To
>> https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Samba/Domain_Member but don't work fine.
>> I have successfully joined Centos to my domain but "wbinfo -u" and
>> "getent passwd" does not show domain users.
>> I have tested kerberos with the following without success:
>> [root at centos ~]# kinit -V administrator at patrick.it
>> Using default cache: /tmp/krb5cc_0
>> Using principal: administrator at patrick.it
>> Password for administrator at patrick.it:
>> kinit: KDC reply did not match expectations while getting initial
>> While the following works well:
>> [root at centos ~]# net -U Administrator ads group -l
>> Enter Administrator's password:
>> Group name Comment
>> Administrators Administrators have complete and unrestricted
>> access to the computer/domain
>> Yum after the installation of the packages located in /lib64 only the
>> libssn_winbind.so.2 but the
>> [root at centos lib64]# ldconfig -v | grep libnss_winbind
>> display this
>> libnss_winbind.so.2 -> libnss_winbind.so.2
>> how can I solve this problem?
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