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Forgot to metion that mapped AD user can login with smbclient (huh, better
than with windows explorer), but any further operation will hit the error
# smbclient //localhost/homes -U <ADusername>
Enter cifs5's password:
Domain=[MYDOMAIN] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.5.3-1.1-2362-SUSE-CODE10]
smb: \> ls
do_list: [\*] NT_STATUS_OBJECT_PATH_NOT_FOUND
Error in dskattr: NT_STATUS_OBJECT_PATH_NOT_FOUND
"smbclient //localhost/<ADusername> -U" works just fine, again.
Samba ver = 3.5.3 and the homes share is a msdfs root.
2010/8/10 David Roid <email@example.com>
> Hello list,
> I'm running a samba server in AD domain, with some AD users explicitly
> mapped into local users by "username map = sambauser.map", which is a text
> Problem is found with explicitly mapped user, I can only access home share
> by //server/<ADusername>, not //server/homes (using windows explorer). This
> feels wrong because I also tried those AD users not listed in the map file,
> they could access home share either way.
> So it's bothering me, any idea what did I miss out anything or it's a samba
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