[Samba] Samba 3.6.23 and Windows 7
obn at xio.us
Tue Nov 4 07:49:54 MST 2014
I am using a new name and machine account for the new laptop, and using
a test login that has no NTUSER.DAT file yet. Where else can I look to
see what's going on?
On 10/30/2014 8:43 PM, Karel Lang AFD wrote:
> i think - the SID of the workstation (laptop) respectively the RID
> part of the SID number has changed due the fact it's new machine.
> And - in your profile, that is stored somewhere at network drive,
> there is somewhere stored NTUSER.DAT file referring still to SID-RID
> of old laptop.
> you can compare:
> strings NTUSER.DAT | grep -i S-1-5-21
> pdbedit -Lv machinename
> the SID-RID should be same
> I had same message after migration and changing/rearraging SID numbers
> for machines.
> On 10/31/2014 01:04 AM, Jeff Workman wrote:
>> After being content with an old laptop running XP for years, my job
>> decided to provide me with a shiny new one running Windows 7
>> The biggest problem with this is that I can't get the Windows 7 box to
>> login to my Samba NT4-style domain controller. I have upgraded samba
>> from 3.0.33 to 3.6.23, and copied my smbpasswd file to where the new
>> samba expects to find it in /var/samba/lib/private. I've applied the
>> following registry changes to my Windows 7 machine:
>> ; Win7_Samba3DomainMember
>> ; Speedup settings
>> ; Can drive you nuts
>> What's funny is that I can join the Windows 7 machine to the domain, but
>> just as soon as I reboot and then try to login as a domain user, I get
>> this message:
>> The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain
>> I imagine there's something in my smb.conf that I need to change. The
>> only change I made from my old 3.0 smb.conf was I added the following
>> line in the [global] section:
>> passdb backend = smbpasswd
>> What else do I need to do?
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