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Posted on 2014-09-25
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I am having a nightmare getting a new Solaris server to join a domain in order to access some samba shares.


[global]
	workgroup = OURDOMAIN
	realm = INTERNAL.OURDOMAIN.COM
	server string = Maginus SUN2014, Samba %v
	interfaces = 172.XX.X.X
	security = ADS
	password server = *
	server signing = auto
  	client signing = auto
	map to guest = Bad Password
	guest account = web
	preferred master = Auto
	wins server = 172.XX.X.X, 172.XX.X.X, 172.XX.X.X
	idmap uid = 10000-20000
	idmap gid = 10000-20000
	template shell = /bin/bash
	winbind enum users = Yes
	winbind enum groups = Yes

[home_report]
	comment = Home Report for Res Bulk Pick Lists
	path = /home/report
	guest only = Yes
	guest ok = Yes

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krb5.conf
[libdefaults]
        default_realm = INTERNAL.OURDOMAIN.COM

[realms]
        INTERNAL.OURDOMAIN.COM = {
                kdc = DC1.INTERNAL.OURDOMAIN.COM
                kdc = DC2.INTERNAL.OURDOMAIN.COM
                kdc = DC3.INTERNAL.OURDOMAIN.COM              
                admin_server = DC1.INTERNAL.OURDOMAIN.COM
        }

[domain_realm]
	OURDOMAIN = INTERNAL.OURDOMAIN.COM

[logging]
        default = FILE:/var/krb5/kdc.log
        kdc = FILE:/var/krb5/kdc.log
	kdc_rotate = {

# How often to rotate kdc.log. Logs will get rotated no more
# often than the period, and less often if the KDC is not used
# frequently.

		period = 1d

# how many versions of kdc.log to keep around (kdc.log.0, kdc.log.1, ...)

		versions = 10
	}

[appdefaults]
	kinit = {
		renewable = true
		forwardable= true
	}
	gkadmin = {
		help_url = http://docs.sun.com:80/ab2/coll.384.1/SEAM/@AB2PageView/1195
	}

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Every time I try the net ads join -U administrator command, I get:

# net ads join -U administrator
Enter administrator's password:
[2014/09/25 08:29:27.672173,  0] libads/kerberos.c:333()
  kerberos_kinit_password administrator@INTERNAL.OURDOMAIN.COM failed: Preauthentication failed
Failed to join domain: failed to connect to AD: Preauthentication failed

I am a newbie to unix/samba and I am learning as I go, so your help is appreciated!
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by:fieldj
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Woohoo, our distributor finally got it working by updating Samba and starting from scratch.

Only odd thing is myself and one other user (in my department) still cannot browse to the shares, everyone else is OK.  Any ideas what might cause this?
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It looks like this was a cached credential problem to do with a mapped drive.

I am not entirely sure what the problem was but it seems to have resolved itself with time.
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by:fieldj
ID: 40349459
resolved with help of external support
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