[Samba] Upgrade to Samba 4.12 question
rpenny at samba.org
Mon Oct 5 09:26:34 UTC 2020
On 05/10/2020 09:49, Jiří Černý via samba wrote:
> Hello, guys.
> I‘d like to upgrade our Samba 4.11 AD to 4.12. In release notes,
> REMOVED FEATURES, I see this:
> „Retiring DES encryption types in Kerberos.
> With this release, support for DES encryption types has been removed
> Samba, and setting DES_ONLY flag for an account will cause Kerberos
> authentication to fail for that account (see RFC-6649).“
> In our network, we have some really ancient machines, which are SMB one
> only. These are CNC machines with some embedded Windows like 95, so
> upgrade of OS is impossible.
> While that machines communicate with fileserver, I can see this message
> in log.samba on DC:
> „ Auth: [NETLOGON,ServerAuthenticate] user [SVMETAL]\[TCL3030$] at
> [Mon, 05 Oct 2020 10:31:40.762795 CEST] with [DES] status
> [NT_STATUS_DOWNGRADE_DETECTED] workstation [(null)] remote host
> [ipv4:192.168.1.28:1076] mapped to [(null)]\[(null)]. local host
> [ipv4:192.168.1.1:139] NETLOGON computer [TCL3030] trust account
> Does it mean, when I upgrade to Samba 4.12, that machine communications
> will be refused?
> So we have to stay (stuck) on Samba 4.11?
> Or is there possibility to go around this?
Stop me if I am wrong, but, from memory (long time since I saw a win95
machine), win9x never used kerberos, it only used lanman auth, so
changes to kerberos shouldn't affect you. If it worked on 4.11.x, it
should work on 4.12.x
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