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I'm reposting, hoping for additional response.
Does anyone have any insight?
From: Duffey, Blake A.
Sent: Thursday, May 06, 2010 2:42 PM
Subject: Windows 2008 R2 / one way trust / Samba
Here is our configuration - we have a Windows 2003 domain I'll call
'corporate' and a Windows 2008 domain I'll call 'lab'. There is a
one-way trust (users can log into 'lab' machines using 'corporate'
creds). We have a linux box running samba that is a member of 'lab'.
Users log into their Windows machines using a 'corporate' credential and
can seamlessly get to samba.
Yesterday I upgraded 'lab' to Windows 2008R2 - and things blew up from
Users are prompted to authenticate when connecting to the samba system,
and the server log shows NT_STATUS_NO_SUCH_USER.
To resolve, we've removed/re-joined to the domain and upgraded to samba
If I log into a lab system with a lab ID, I can get to samba.
But nothing from the trusted domain works.
Any insight greatly appreciated.
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