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Hi forum, I've run myself into a problem while I was evaluating Winbind+PAM.
I'm setting up a workstation with Fedora 2 to join a Microsoft domain that I have running. Here is a detailed description of the steps that I've taken:
Having realized the previous configuration, I ran into the following problem:
Whenever I try to access any workstation already in the Microsoft Domain, I get a Nautilus error message window saying "Access denied or you don't have the necessary rights". The users that I'm using to access this workstations do have the correct user rights over the directories/workstations.
I'm suspecting of a PAM misconfiguration.
I hope you can help me with this issue. If you need me to post any other information that I may have forgotten, please ask.