I’m still struggling to have shared folders with authentication work on NS7b2.
What have I done:
installed from iso in a virtualbox, udate/upgrade via yum this morning, set NIC to promiscuous mode.
Configure a smb controller on a free IP in the range.
NetBIOS domain name: ROLFB LDAP server: 192.168.1.25 LDAP server name: nsdc-7b2-bis.rolfb.cc Realm: ROLFB.CC Bind Path: dc=ROLFB,dc=CC LDAP port: 389 Server time: Wed, 12 Oct 2016 10:50:58 CEST KDC server: 192.168.1.25 Server time offset: 0 Join is OK name: 7B2-BIS objectSid: S-1-5-21-3300205204-531182651-1777573829-1103 accountExpires: 9223372036854775807 sAMAccountName: 7B2-BIS$ pwdLastSet: 131202481330000000 dNSHostName: 7b2-bis.rolfb.cc servicePrincipalName: HOST/7B2-BIS servicePrincipalName: HOST/7b2-bis.rolfb.cc servicePrincipalName: smtp/7b2-bis servicePrincipalName: smtp/7b2-bis.rolfb.cc servicePrincipalName: pop/7b2-bis servicePrincipalName: pop/7b2-bis.rolfb.cc servicePrincipalName: imap/7b2-bis servicePrincipalName: imap/7b2-bis.rolfb.cc whenChanged: 20161010191351.0Z lastLogon: 131207358584562770 distinguishedName: CN=7B2-BIS,CN=Computers,DC=rolfb,DC=cc
(anonimised a bit, don’t know it this is sensitive?)
set up users and 2 shared folders, with authentication to 1) domain users and 2) members of a group.
In both cases, I can see the shared folders in windows, and when I try to open them, I’m asked for username/pw.
But then I get an access denied.
The secure-log in NS says:
Oct 12 10:47:50 7b2-bis smbd: pam_unix(samba:session): session closed for user nobody
Oct 12 10:47:50 7b2-bis smbd: pam_sss(samba:session): Request to sssd failed. Connection refused
In a post located here it is said that NS should be configured as DHCPserver to let things work. But my fritzbox is doing a good job at that, and I prefer to leave it like so. I can tell fritz to announce NS as the DNS server though. Is that as good as the NS as DHCP? Or is there another fault in my setup?
(if any more info is needed, I can provide. CLI on linux is no problem. Windows is more problematic to me