[Samba] Synology shares not accessible...
foren at asche-rz.de
Thu Jul 6 12:20:53 UTC 2023
Rowland Penny via samba schrieb am 06.07.2023 um 11:36:
> On 06/07/2023 09:39, Ingo Asche via samba wrote:
>> I found something out about this SID which - according to Synology -
>> is creating the problem.
>> Rowland may remember that he said it is not in this patch I was
>> requested to install.
> What I actually said was this:
> Just one other thought, You are having problems with the SID S-1-18-1
> and the patch on that bug report does not mention that SID, so even if
> you do manage to patch something, it isn't likely to help you.
You're right, I shortened it to much, sorry for that...
> Which was wrong, but only because when I look closer i.e. pay more
> attention, there are two patches and neither of them mention 'S-1-18'
>> The SID is S-1-18-1 and according to Microsoft this Well-Known SID
>> don't exists in Windows AD 2008R2 and below.
>> And as Samba is at the moment at Functional Level 2008R2 it is
>> correct that this one is not found.
> I would agree with you, Samba is still at function level 2008R2, even
> using the 4.18.x releases, so 4.15.x (which I think synology is based
> on) is definitely function level 2008R2. This means, by my
> understanding, Samba shouldn't know anything about 'S-1-18' SIDs and
> by basing on an old Samba version, neither should synology.
>> I asked Synology which Windows AD version they support.
>> I don't got an answer until now. But if they claim supporting 2008R2,
>> the question would be, why then is this causing a problem? ;-)
> Because they are doing their own thing ????
This was more a rhetorical question... :-)
> A quick google turned this up:
> DSM 7.2 appears to be the latest version and has Domain functional
> level equivalent to 200R2, but appears to based on Samba 4.10.x
This document seems not quite actual, because they are now on
4.15.13(-0615), but I think this will make no difference.
By the way Directory Server and SMB-Service are two different packages
on their system.
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