[Samba] cannot join an existing AD as either a RODC or DC w/ samba4
dewayne.geraghty at heuristicsystems.com.au
Wed Feb 6 01:56:29 MST 2013
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> RODC or DC w/ samba4
> I'm stuck trying to figure out what the next step should be.
> Any hints on what I could try?
> On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 04:53:59PM -0500, Mike Edwards babbled thus:
> > I'm unable to have samba4 join an existing AD domain as
> either an RODC
> > (preferrable) or merely a DC.
> > AD domain is Win2k3, but we recently added a pair of Win2k8
> DCs to it.
> > Domain functional level is Win2k3.
> > ### Adding samba4 as an RODC ###
> > ### Adding samba4 as a DC ###
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I've spent a good part of the day trying to figure out the sequence for getting a samba4 AD DC and Samba4 RODC
>From the Microsoft site, I recall seeing that RODC requires a domain functional level of W2k8R2. There is also a clue at
(http://blog.tridgell.net/) to a wintest suite. Within your source tree you'll find test-s4-howto.py under /samba-4.0.3/wintest. It
only talks about W2K8. There's also "W2K8R2C" and "W2K8R2A" which are machines names, so disregard.
Unfortunately without doc or "list" guidance, I'll defer trying to work out the incantation for a pure samba4 AD DC - RODC setup for
the time-being. Tridges video for a multimaster is enticing but uses 4.0.0Alpha11 http://blog.tridgell.net/?p=12
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