I've got a working Active Directory and 3 Fedora Core 8 machines that have been successfully connected to that AD using kerberos & samba.
On all 3 machines # wbinfo -u/-g give the same output.
On one Fedora install I have no problems, any AD user can login and do what they want. This machine is a home drive server that serves up those directories using Samba for Windows clients and NFS for the other connected Linux boxes. Doing a # ls -al on /home/DOMAIN gives a listing of all home directories with the proper user and group permissions.
On another machine my personal user account can log in but an attempt to do so with any other user comes up with an error saying the password is wrong and it can't chroot into the users /home/DOMAIN/user directory. Running the command # ls -al on /home/DOMAIN on this machine shows only a correct UID for my user account and the rest are #s starting at 16777220, the GID on all directories is correct.
The last Linux box is the same as the previous except that the GID comes up with the same value for all (16777220).
The idmap gid/uid in the smb.conf files on all machines is the same.
Anyone run into this before or have any advice???