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Old 08-29-2003, 09:10 AM   #1
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hi i am got my RH9 authenticating whit the kerberos against a windows 2000 native pdc. It works few! for a howto u'll have to wait until i am completly finished. But now i have the following problem:
I would like to acces my share on the network. This share's are also granted active dir thus by your kerberos ticket.
I do:

./smbclient -L //my/server -k this is the nice feature in samba 3.0 to auth whit kerberos. This works i get a list of the posible shares. this means my kerberos ticket is valid. Now i would like to mount the shares:
./smbmount //my/server/share '/mnt/share' -o krb

Then i get warning kerberos support will only work for samba servers. So thats not the way.

./smbmount //my/server/share '/mnt/share' -o username=mbtoys,password=$$$$$

then i get the error that he doesnt take passwords in plain text:s

Thats my first problem. my second one is winbind with samba 3.0. The main thing is: does winbind work in a win2000 native environment? Cause everything goes well untill i ask wbinfo -u and then he can't find a user??

Please help me folks
thx a lot


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