[Samba] Samba 4 AD share: Access denied

Ryan Ashley ryana at reachtechfp.com
Tue Aug 5 12:32:41 MDT 2014

Well, again, no issues until now. I never did the Kerberos keytab thing 
before, and everything works. Never did the NIS thing before, and 
everything works. Now I am learning these things should be done and I 
have been told what to do and have done them as well as documented them 
in our technical reference. However, I am now at the point where I 
cannot set ID's due to not having the UNIX tab in ADUC. I did provision 
with "--use-rfc2307" and it is in all of my S4 configuration files, but 
no luck yet. What do I need to check to get that tab to appear? If 
assigning an ID fixes this, I will HAPPILY do it on all of our domains 
as we go out for maintenance.

On 08/05/2014 02:16 PM, steve wrote:
> On Tue, 2014-08-05 at 13:17 -0400, Ryan Ashley wrote:
>> The way that sounds, the "file server" guide is incomplete, because
>> nowhere does it mention any of what you're telling me. I also have
>> little trouble finding good documentation on every Linux product I use.
>> S4 is the one big exception, but with the guides, it eliminates some of
>> that need. I do not buy the whole argument of using Windows for
>> documentation, because 90% of their documentation is rambling crud. When
>> you get an error and have an ID, the docs don't have the ID you want,
>> you are hosed.
> Unless you know what you're doing, the time it takes to get up on
> user-land Linux compared with enterprise or microsoft
> out-of-the-box-or-just-call-the-engineer is false economy.
>> Again, I am running Debian Wheezy 7.5 64bit under XenServer 6.2 with the
>> latest updates. The stable repos have an OLD version of S4, and I do not
>> mind building it myself anyway.
> Debian doesn't install samba unless you tell it?
>> Finally, you have told me I need this and that, but no direction is
>> noted.
> http://bit.ly/1s8LTZc

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