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AD and LG Network Storage N2R1

I'm not able to conncet this device into the AD (Windows Server 2008) from its WebInterface!
The following lines are from the LOG within the WebInterface:

LG-NAS root: [SET_DOMAIN] RESULT=2: Execution fail Wrong ID/PW
Jan 8 14:12:25 LG-NAS root: [SET_DOMAIN] XXX.NET
Jan 8 14:12:25 LG-NAS root: [SET_DOMAIN] Query to nameserver 10.10.xx.yy : ok
Jan 8 14:12:24 LG-NAS root: [SET_DOMAIN] XXX.NET userxy pwxy

I put the NAS with its IP and Name (...new HOST(A)) into the Forward Lookup Zone with activated PTR-Record
In AD i created a new Computer with the same name from DNS and set delegation to "...trust to any service..."

Hope, someone could help...!!
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Jason WatkinsIT Project LeaderCommented:
It looks like you are not authenticating properly.  Are you passing administrative credentials when you try to join this device to the domain?
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FFW_WaffelAuthor Commented:
Hello Firebar,
if i try to add the NAS to my AD, a form pops up to pass the necessary user an passwort.
i fill in the same user (member of the admins), which i use to ad a windows pc to my domain...
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Jason WatkinsIT Project LeaderCommented:
When you created the computer object for the type in AD, did you use the default settings for the group, which may add the device to AD?  The default is the domain admins?  Is the device using the DC for DNS?
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FFW_WaffelAuthor Commented:
i used the "easiest" way - right click, new computer... and so on.
i think this way seems to be the default way and in this case the default settings where used?!
my w2k8-server is the only server in my little network!!
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FFW_WaffelAuthor Commented:
i think the reason for my problems are the different os.
the nas is based on a linux-system...
so it seems to be a "conversation" problem or i have to set a bit more parameters or rights on the w2k8-server
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Jason WatkinsIT Project LeaderCommented:
It could be the authentication protocols.  WS08 has an enhanced version of Kerberos and the NAS is most-likely running a version of Samba, which may have not caught up to WS08.
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FFW_WaffelAuthor Commented:
...and this means?
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Jason WatkinsIT Project LeaderCommented:
From reading the mfg. docs, this device does not look like it is meant to work w/Active Directory.
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FFW_WaffelAuthor Commented:
i set up a new server on a mac mini (.it is working fine!!) with a new ad, dns, dhcp and then joined the nas to the ad successfully :-)

next question:
how do i integrate the folders on the nas in ad so the users are able to access them.
is the only way to do this via a script like net use...?
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Jason WatkinsIT Project LeaderCommented:
How is the NAS' drives formatted? ACL's can only be applied to HDDs formatted with NTFS.
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MetaBabbleCommented:
I just wanted to add a note for people who might be here searching for the same info that I was.  I encountered the message "Cannot connect to Domain Name Server" when attempting to configure my N2B1 LG NAS to access my AD.  It seems that the solution in my case was to use a FQDN ("mycompany.local") when configuring this device.
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UndisputedCommented:
I am having issues joining my LG NAS to my sbs2003 AD domain as well. When you said you used a FQDN when you configured the device, did you mean for the hostname you put something like nas.mycompany.local?

My hostname is mynas (configured under host name settings of network)
domain (active directory) = mycompany.local (configured under workgroup/domain

I've tried 2 different domain admins and i get the same cannot connect to domain name server msg.

Pls help...
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MetaBabbleCommented:
Undisputed, it's been several months so perhaps you've already resolved this or moved on.  I'll attempt to clarify my previous post as requested, nonetheless.

Looks like you've got the Domain (Active Directory) field and the Host Name field filled out in the same way as I do.  My domain name is "DOMAINNAME", so I entered "DOMAINNAME.LOCAL" into the Domain (Active Directory) field.  My Host Name field does not include any domain info in it.  I hope that helped.
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EnnisAdminCommented:
LG-NAS logger: [SET_DOMAIN] RESULT=2: Execution fail Domain join fail

LG tech support said the version of samba in use on the device is not fully compatible with active directory. Even though the marketing material clearly advertises Active Directory support.

My Device Info:
Version Main IC RD-88F6192A-NAS
Version System 1.0.0_2660
Version Uboot 3.4.15
Version Micom 090903
Version Kernel Linux LG-NAS 2.6.22.18 #4 Tue Nov 23 18/45/21 KST 2010 armv5tejl unknown REV.49
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