[Samba] Error while trying to manage file share
marian.thieme at gmail.com
Wed Nov 27 15:24:39 UTC 2019
I checked my entire setup again and again. Now I can see the my share. The
most relevant change I did (afaik - ofcourse):
- since I am using ad backend I created dedicated unix admin groups (as
recommended in the docs)
- I removed the $ from the share section/defnition ([projects$] ->
- I changed browseable switch from 'no' to 'yes'
Iam still getting the "event viewer cannot connect..." Error. Probably this
natural, because it is a linux host.
Am Mi., 27. Nov. 2019 um 13:31 Uhr schrieb Marian Thieme <
marian.thieme at gmail.com>:
> Here is smb.conf:
> Am Mi., 27. Nov. 2019 um 13:25 Uhr schrieb Marian Thieme <
> marian.thieme at gmail.com>:
>> according to documentation:
>> User is required to setup the file share using ms windows (Computer
>> Management->Connect to another computer). That I am trying without success.
>> When I connect with Windows 7 client I get error message: "Event Viewer
>> cannot connect to computer 'SAMDOM.EXAMPLE.COM. The error ported is: The
>> RPC server is unavailable."
>> When I connect with Windows 10 client I get lengthier but also not
>> helpful error message: "Computer xxx cannot be connected. Verify network
>> paht is correct, ...."
>> The error occurs when clicking to "SystemTools".It still opens System
>> Tools and I can also open Shared Folders->Shares. But there are no shares.
>> (Except IPC$)
>> My Samba File server is joined to our AD domain. I tried with version
>> 4.9.1 and with source installation (4.11.2).
>> Server side samba logs do not report an error. I am able to map the share
>> from Windows. However, I need to configure permissions for Domain Users.
>> Which I am unable to do according to the problem.
>> Any suggestions ? Do you need entire smb/nmb/winbind logs ?
>> In the connection log for the Windows client I see an error when it tries
>> to fetch users from database.
>> [2019/11/27 13:21:49.244061, 5]
>> pdb_getsampwnam (TDB): error fetching database.
>> Key: USER_root
>> Is user root required to be there ?
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