On 02/08/12 11:03, Gémes Géza wrote:
2012-08-02 09:01 keltezéssel, steve írta:Hi everyone I'm trying to join an Ubuntu 12.04 client to a 12.04 Samba4 DC. xp and win7 clients can join fine. Here is my minmal smb.conf realm = POLOP.SITE workgroup = POLOP security = ADS Kerberos is working: kinit Administrator Password for Administrator@xxxxxxxxxx: But then it tell me that the DC is _not_ a DC: net ads join -UAdministrator Host is not configured as a member server. Invalid configuration. Exiting.... Failed to join domain: This operation is only allowed for the PDC of the domain. and: net ads testjoin Failed to open /usr/local/samba/private/secrets.tdb Join to domain is not valid: Access denied Can anyone help me tell the Ubuntu client that it really _is_ a DC? Or WHY. Cheers, SteveHi, The most probable reason is having different versions of samba binaries installed. Using net ads ... suggests the use of samba3 client tools installed from packages, the path /usr/local/samba/private/secrets.tdb suggest a Samba built from source via ./configure && make && make install (which corresponds to a Samba4 install) Regards Geza Gemes
Hi Geza Thanks so much.Yes, we had both the Ubuntu 3.6 and the 4.0 beta on the same test box. Our m$ guy had had a go with S4 and obviously succeeded without telling me. To be fair, I should add that it was upon my encouragement.
Conclusion. Samba4 is so easy to install that even a windoze admin can do it;-)
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