We have an OSX OpenDirectory server bound to a Windows Active Directory. AD provides the logins, OD is supposed to supply the rest.
On the OSX server:
DNS is functioning perfectly with AD as the dns servers.
RDNS also checks out for the domain, servers, etc.
The OSX server and clients can talk to the Windows SMB share using their AD credentials and can write new files to the share via Finder
However, when I go to "Create Home" in the workgroup manager I get the following error:
Unable to create home directory
Looking at the syslog I get a kNetworkError.
I tried enabling NFS on the windows server and using either mixed or anonymous authentication methods. Both times I get "No principal configured for this user" errors in the syslog and the same "Unable to create home directory" error in the workgroup manager after a timeout.
Any suggestions on how to setup home directories using either smb:/ or nfs:/ would be greatly appreciated. We require this functionality due to storage server and software limitations/restrictions. Thank you!