[Samba] Win10 client can not restore connections in AD environment
jd at ionica.lv
jd at ionica.lv
Thu Sep 24 15:06:58 UTC 2015
Thank you for the idea!
Citēju David Whitney <soonerdew at gmail.com>:
> This doesn't *exactly* fit your problem scenario, but I do know that
> Windows 10 machines exhibiting a "cannot find a domain controller" error
> are possibly trying to negotiate SMB 3_11 with a pre Samba 4.3 DC, which
> will fail, as pre-4.3 releases did not support that iteration of SMB. The
> initial logon works because the machines are authenticating with cached
> credentials, but the actual reconnect to network resources fails because of
> the failed protocol negotiation.
> If you disable SMB2/3 on those Windows 10 clients, it might solve your
> problem. This is, obviously, not an ideal or recommended scenario, but it
> might serve as a stop-gap until you can contemplate migrating your Samba
> version to 4.3.x.
> Directions for disabling SMB2/3 are here:
> On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 7:32 AM, <jd at ionica.lv> wrote:
>> Citēju jd at ionica.lv:
>>>> I my network I have one computer with Win10 acquired through updates
>>>> (W7->W10) which has a problem with restoring the connections to the Samba
>>>> file server after being put in sleep mode or simple log-off. If the
>>>> computer is restarted, evrth is as expected.
>>>> While having problem with re-connection to the Samba file server, shares
>>>> on other Windows workstations are accessible.
>>>> Before upgrade to W10 specific workstation/user had no problems.
>>>> My domain - Samba AD DC + Samba fileserver as domain member, W7-W10
>>> it seemed at the begining that disabling of the support of IPV6 could
>>> help and it helped (once) - the user was able to logon to the workstation
>>> after logging off once.
>>> The error message he receives sounds strange - either DC can not be found
>>> or that it is not possible to login twice from the same computer.
>> P.S., It seems restart of SambaDC helps, but it definitely is the right
>> solution. How could i check what goes wrong with login?
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