I've been attempting to setup a file server on my corporate network to allow for file access to Windows, Unix, and LInux machines. My network uses Active Directory and has many Domain Controllers.
I was told that the best way to do that is Ubuntu with Samba. However, I can't get it to work.
I've setup Kerberos (I think), configured it to work with Samba and AD. I can connect to the domain, I can connect to kadmin, I can view the Ubuntu share on my server via my Windows PC, but I can't authenticate to the server or actually access the share!
I thought i set everything up via pbis-open properly, but it still doesn't work.
So here are my various configuration files. A bunch of stuff has been redacted or switched with a placeholder. If you see "PLACEHOLDER" it means that the original information is in caps, "placeholder" lowercase. I tried to make it as obvious as possible without actually removing any information, just the identifying info that could be of use to an attacker.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks! Please let me know if you need more info.