[Samba] Replacing a Samba 3.0 Domain controller
Hullen at t-online.de
Sun Jan 31 03:05:00 UTC 2016
Du meintest am 29.01.16:
> For many months I've been trying to replace a Samba 3.0 Domain
> Controller with a version that will support Windows 7.
> Despite advice on Samba HOWTO that all supported versions will
> support Windows 7 there seems to be an unstated caveat, namely that
> it must be configured as an Active Directory Domain Controller.
> Microsoft's own advice is that Windows 7 will not work with a Windows
> NT domain controller and is not intended to do so.
I've just tried ...
It works with Samba 4.2 "out of the box", with Windows XP, Windows 7 and
Windows 10. Samba 4.3 and 4.4 should work too - in my installation there
is a problem with "smbclient", but that's another problem.
max protocol = NT1
is the default in the "smb.conf", and it does the job.
My Samba server uses the Samba-3 configuration, with the "old" smb.conf
and the "old" start-stop-scripts.
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