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Hello:

First

Excuse, my language is not English.

Maybe they can help me with this problem.

I have an old infrastructure with Samba2 Domain server. And another nfs server disk, connected and working.

ServerSamba2: 192.168.1.20 ServerNfs: 192.168.1.30

This network is 192.168.1.X

Now we buy a new server and install the latest version of Debian and Samba4. Krb5, bind,dns. Dns properly configured. All stay working perfectly.

The new server we have connected to two networks ip 192.168.2.6 eth1. Samba4 AD is configured with this network and the realm is "TECHNOSIS.CORP".

Eth2 ip 192.168.1.40 to try connecting the old disks by nfs.

THE PROBLEM

We were able to map the drives to the new server without problems, but when go to give permissions to the files through windows connected on new AD domain, they are not applied.

This only happens with disks mounted via nfs, not the shares that are in the local partition.

The info.

The fstab lines on OldNfsServer for export:

Local Disc of oldNfsServer

*> /dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00 /               ext3  user_xattr,acl,defaults,errors=remount-ro 0       1*

I added "user_xattr,acl" recently on the oldNfsServer thinking that might be the problem, but nothing changes.

For export: /home /export/home bind bind 0 0

The export line on OldNfsServer for new Samba4 server.

/export 192.168.1.40 (no_root_squash,rw,fsid=0)

The fstab lines on new Server with Samba4.

192.168.1.30:/export/home /home4/coloso nfs  nosuid  0 0

I check the log of samba4 and i found it.

../source4/dns_server/dns_query.c:627(dns_server_process_query_send)
  Not authoritative for '40.1.168.192.in-addr.arpa', forwarding
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