In an attempt to setup a single login network, I have setup an ldap/kerberos authentication box which manages all of the user accounts on my network. This all works fine and all of my users can login from any Linux terminal on the network. Unfortunately, I dont live in a perfect world and must provide file access for the Windows users as well. Samba was set up to share out files between the two OSes.
Once Samba was setup to work with the 'one login' I am no longer able to connect through a Windows machine. Everytime I try to connect from Windows, it refuses to allow me to change the username (defaulting to samba\Guest).
Has anyone had any experience with this? Is there an easy way to connect my Windows machines to the Linux domain? or allow samba to connect with the accounts established in ldap?