Connecting Samba to Active Directory

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Afternoon all, I am having trouble trying to get a samba file server to work correctly under Active Directory(Windows 2003). I have gotten the linux PC to connect to the AD network, join it and uthenticate on it. However when I get the server to browse to the linux PC, I get prompted or a username and password. I am running Test = Windows 2003 Enterprise, Service Pack 2, Fully updated = AD PDC and DNS Client1 = Debian 3.1, 2.6.20.1-1-686 #1 SMP, Samba 3.0.14a-Debian = Fileserver, AD client Logs and Conf files are below. I have been also trying with Webmin as well - The current config is from setting it by that. See http://www.limmtec.com/samba-ad.txt for all the logs and configuration files, as its about 11kb worth Any help well be greatly appreciated. Regards, Nathaniel

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You have to go into the domain security policy. The specifics are covered in this article:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;555038

This is actually based on the idea that the only other OS that is compatible with the Microsoft version of Kerberos is the latest Mac OS and Microsoft by default leaves the Kerberos Signing set to Required.

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  • Nephi1
    I have just tried adding the following lines, one by one (after restarting after each line added) client signing = yes server signing=mandatory spnego = yes And still getting prompted for a Username and Password
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