[Samba] After Windows login black screen with mouse cursor

Rowland Penny rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
Fri Feb 27 03:17:00 MST 2015

On 27/02/15 10:13, Tim wrote:
> And this can cause such behaviour?
> Am 27. Februar 2015 11:01:15 MEZ, schrieb Rowland Penny 
> <rowlandpenny at googlemail.com>:
>     On 27/02/15 09:50, Tim wrote:
>         In addition to what I have written I should say that I enabled
>         SSSD on the DCs this week. Possibly this is the reason for
>         this and sssd causes winbind problems on a DC? I will disable
>         it to test. Am 27.02.2015 09:32, schrieb Tim:
>             Hello, I did an update from 4.1.16 to 4.1.17 yesterday and
>             had some problems with it (using sernet package). But I
>             think it is fine now: Replication works so far. Samba-tool
>             drs showrepl has no failure and I created a user and it
>             was instantly available on both DCs. This morning a lot of
>             clients had the following issue: They were started as
>             usual and the users do their login. But after this a black
>             screen appears where only the mouse cursor is shown. It
>             lasts 10 to 15min until the normal desktop appears. First
>             I suspected two new installed Windows updates (KB3006137
>             and KB3021917) but after deinstallation nothing changed. I
>             use roaming profiles via gpo and folder redirection for
>             AppData, Desktop, Documents and Favorites. One more note:
>             One client had this two days ago with 4.1.16. There is a
>             failure on each client: Event ID 5719, NETLOGON, This
>             computer was not able to set up a secure session with a
>             domain controller in domain Domain due to the following:
>             There are currently no logon servers available to service
>             the logon request.... Is this possibly causing the
>             headache? Any hints are welcome. Thanks Tim 
>     Hi, what version of sssd, I forget the version it was added at, but
>     sssd
>     now comes with its own version of winbind and this could be colliding
>     with samba's winbind.
>     Rowland

Don't know, but it is something to check, I suppose you have ruled out 
it being virus related.


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