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*nix Thread, Samba/Winbind wbinfo -a won't authenticate normal users? in Technical; Hi! First off, thanks for still helping me out! Both show: root@james:/home/eng# net ads testjoin Join is OK root@james:/home/eng# wbinfo ...
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    Hi! First off, thanks for still helping me out!

    Both show:

    root@james:/home/eng# net ads testjoin
    Join is OK
    root@james:/home/eng# wbinfo -t
    checking the trust secret for domain <short domain name> via RPC calls succeeded
    root@james:/home/eng#

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    Ok what is the output of

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    wbinfo -a

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    I got:

    root@james:/home/eng# wbinfo -a jlamb
    Enter jlamb's password:
    plaintext password authentication failed
    Could not authenticate user jlamb with plaintext password
    Enter jlamb's password:
    challenge/response password authentication failed
    error code was NT_STATUS_NO_SUCH_USER (0xc0000064)
    error messsage was: No such user
    Could not authenticate user jlamb with challenge/response
    root@james:/home/eng#

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    whats the output of:

    Code:
    wbinfo -u

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    Output of that one is a huge amount of usernames (from AD) extending up beyond the putty window.
    Last edited by Miscbrah; 3rd May 2012 at 04:15 PM.

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    What format are the usernames listed in? DOMAIN\user or just user?

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    Just usernames in the list. Ta Geoff.

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    I spent days and days with this and got as far as you got - then gave up!!

    Be interesting to see how you get on!

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    Maybe this link will help you : AD & Ubuntu

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpjitservices View Post
    I spent days and days with this and got as far as you got - then gave up!!

    Be interesting to see how you get on!
    Oh son, I feel you I really do. This marks my FOURTH attempt! Really gotta get this working. But what I don't understand is how ANYONE gets it to work! There's NO complete guide anywhere, and only cryptic error messages to help you which, when googled, reveal forums full of OTHER PEOPLE going "help help I've got the same message" and stony silence after...

    I'm HUGELY grateful we've got the forum we have, or I'd have been running for the hills by now.

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    Have you tried doing wbinfo -u >> output.log

    This should save ALL the usernames from the wbinfo -u to a text file called output.log

    Search through this text file and check to see if the username you are testing with is there... just to prove that winbind can actually see the OU you want etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by siuko View Post
    Have you tried doing wbinfo -u >> output.log

    This should save ALL the usernames from the wbinfo -u to a text file called output.log

    Search through this text file and check to see if the username you are testing with is there... just to prove that winbind can actually see the OU you want etc
    Cheers! Well some wrestling and installing something called "joe" means I can actually search text files now. Yes jlamb is in that file! This account is a member of staff and it's ONLY staff in this text file, not students, which isn't ACTUALLY a problem in this instance but I would like to know how I'd go about getting them in there too! However if that's more trouble then I can't face it.

    Cheers guys!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    What format are the usernames listed in? DOMAIN\user or just user?
    Or DOMAIN+user? I seem to remember an issue with using "\" as the domain separator character - Linux treats it as an escape character, causing confusion, so I set the domain separator character to be "+" in smb.conf.

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    Control W searches in nano.

    TBH I've never tried samba in ubuntu. All our file servers are Centos, so that's where my experience lies.
    Last edited by CyberNerd; 4th May 2012 at 11:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    Or DOMAIN+user? I seem to remember an issue with using "\" as the domain separator character - Linux treats it as an escape character, causing confusion, so I set the domain separator character to be "+" in smb.conf.
    It shouldn't matter if he uses "use default domain = yes"
    @Miscbrah - are you restarting the services after you make a change?



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