[Samba] Error joining Samba 4.7.4 DC to existing Win2008R2 domain
denis.shigapov at stroylandiya.ru
Mon Mar 5 13:15:42 UTC 2018
Check the DNS settings for the sambom.Local zone where it is located ForestDnsZone or DomainDnsZone.
Must be in DomainDnsZone
also it is necessary to make sure that in ForestDnsZone there is a zone _msdcs.sambom.local
В Вс, 04/03/2018 в 08:54 +0000, Rowland Penny via samba пишет:
> On Sun, 4 Mar 2018 00:14:48 +0100
> Claudio Nicora <claudio.nicora at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > And I can now confirm that 4.7.4 on the latest Ubuntu 18.04 snapshot
> > > joins to a Samba AD domain as a DC.
> > I'm sure it does, that's why I suspect something is wrong in my
> > Win2000-->Win2008R2 upgraded domain AD.
> > > Another thing that comes to my mind is that the 2008R2 domain was
> > > upgraded from an initial Win2000.
> > > Win2000-->Samba direct migration is not possible because Samba
> > > requires at least a Win2003 domain.
> > > So the complete upgrade was Win2000 (SRVAD-OLDOLD) --> Win2008R2
> > > (SRVAD-OLD) --> Domain/forest functional level upgrade --> Samba
> > > 4.7.4 migration.
> > >
> > > Could there be something wrong/unexpected in current Win2008R2
> > > domain config?
> > Could you suggest something to check for?
> > Even with -d9 there's nothing interesting between the last "Adding
> > DNS..." line and "Join failed - cleaning up". There should be an
> > explanation of why the join failed, other than "It failes, I'm
> > cleaning up".
> Not really sure where to go from here, I don't have a windows 2008 DC to
> join to, is there anything in the windows event log ?
> > > As a side note, it took me longer to give the Ubuntu VM a fixed ip
> > > etc than it took to join as a DC and then people ask me why I don't
> > > like a certain set of packages ;-)
> > I agree.
> > Netplan is not something I was needing; another (needless) thing to
> > learn and yet another configuration format to know (even if I love
> > YAML for other things).
> That's why I didn't use it, I just turned off systemd-resolved and went
> back to basics i.e. what I know and like.
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