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Old 03-23-2004, 12:32 PM   #1
ALP
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"Secret is bad" using samba with kerberos


I have been trying to get samba and my W2K Server to play nice for 3 weeks now. I have read every post and how-to I can find and still no results.

I would like to setup samba to use my ads server for authentication. I installed samba, configured the smb.conf, the krb5.conf, and the nsswitch.conf. I can get wbinfo -u/-g/-p working but not -t. I keep getting secret is bad. I can also get the getent passwd and group to work. As I understand it I should be able to login at the samba server using a windows username and password,( not that i really want to but I should be able to) that doesn't happen either. I can join the domain and view shares on the W2K Server but not the other way around.

Can anyone offer any suggestions? Frankly, I'm at my wits end with this.

TIA

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