[Samba] Solaris 11 can't join Active Directory Domain
jake.carroll at uq.edu.au
Wed Jan 30 14:54:40 MST 2013
I can probably help there, because I have been through similar problems.
1. Remember that smbadm has nothing to do with samba at all. It's
primarily concerned with Solaris 11's CIFS service (in kernel
windows-appropriate file serving from Oracle).
2. I am pretty sure you'll find your /etc/krb5/krb5.conf needs to be solid
and in place before smbadm works. That was the case for me.
3. I needed to create the object in my active directory forest first,
before anything worked.
That's what got it working for me.
You probably won't get any help from this list from this kind of thing, as
it's very much a Samba focused list. Samba != oracle's CIFS.
Hope me spotting this helped you, though.
On 31/01/13 6:49 AM, "İhsan Doğan" <ihsan at dogan.ch> wrote:
>I'm running a Active Directory domain on Samba 4.0.1 and I'm trying to
>join a Solaris 11 machine this domain:
># smbadm join -u Administrator DOMAIN
>After joining DOMAIN the smb service will be restarted automatically.
>Would you like to continue? [no]: yes
>Enter domain password:
>Locating DC in DOMAIN ... this may take a minute ...
>Joining DOMAIN ... this may take a minute ...
>failed to join DOMAIN: UNSUCCESSFUL
>Please refer to the system log for more information.
>Jan 30 21:33:34 host smbd: [ID 232655 daemon.notice] ldap_modify:
>Jan 30 21:33:34 host smbd: [ID 702911 daemon.notice] Workstation
>trust account update failed
>Windows 7 clients are able to join, but Solaris 11 fails.
>Kerberos seems to be fine:
># kinit oskar
>Password for oskar at DOMAIN.COM:
>Warning: Your password will expire in 41 days on Wed Mar 13 19:44:52 2013
>But if I run it for Administrator:
># kinit Administrator
>Password for Administrator at DOMAIN.COM:
>Warning: Your password will expire in 41 days on Wed Mar 13 18:36:46 2013
>kinit: no ktkt_warnd warning possible
>Any idea what is going wrong here?
>ihsan at dogan.ch http://blog.dogan.ch/
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