[Samba] Degraded functional levels after Samba join

Craig Cigas craig at cigasmachine.com
Tue Sep 9 04:47:36 MDT 2014

Found it, thanks for the info.



-----Original Message----- 
From: Ryan Ashley
Sent: Monday, September 08, 2014 7:45 PM
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] Degraded functional levels after Samba join

It is my understanding that the lowest Samba goes is 2003 functional
level. If you joined that to a 2000 level domain, I wouldn't know what
would happen. I believe the command to check the level on the Samba
system is "samba-tool domain level --show". See what that reports first.

On 09/08/2014 06:26 PM, Craig Cigas wrote:
> I have multiple Win2k3 R2 servers and one Samba4 (Version 4.1.6-Ubuntu) 
> additional dc. Active Directory Domains and Trusts is reporting this.
>    To update the domain functional level, the domain controllers in the 
> domain must be running the appropriate version of windows.
>    Domain Name
>    wuteveh.local
>    Current domain functional level
>    Windows 2000 native
>    The following domain controllers are running earlier versions of 
> windows:
>    Domain Name    Domain Controller    Version of Windows
>    cmi.net    C051ADC02.wuteveh.local     Unknown. The computer object may 
> be damaged or missing.
> Before the Samba4 dc joined I had the option of raising the domain and 
> forest levels, now I don’t. Can someone help me understand why the Samba 
> function level isn’t being reported correctly?
> Near as I can tell everything else on the Samba side is working great. 
> Should I have raised the function level prior to joining the Samba box?
> Thanks, Craig

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