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I am pretty sure that i had jump into the same exact problem like you. And I was lucky, because it has been solved. But I'm not quite sure which step did the trick for this issue. (Because it just solved when my pc reboot and up) *Note: without these sections, rebooting will not solve anything And here is what I've done: - Delete all ip6 Tunnel Adapter ...


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Update: I see this is the syslog for the crontab that is setup to run at the beginning of the day to restart samba and nothing else in the syslog: Dec 19 00:00:01 storage /USR/SBIN/CRON[25935]: (root) CMD (/etc/init.d/samba restart) I get this in my email report setup: Stopping Samba daemons: nmbd/etc/init.d/samba: 119: start-stop-daemon: not found ...


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Your problem appears to be with WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage validation/anti-piracy). mpa.one.microsoft.com is one of the domains used by this DRM scheme, and an error message saying that domain can't be reached strongly suggests that a failure to reach this domain is causing the XP clients to kill the connection you're trying to make. So, your first ...


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Your crontab should look like this: 0 * * * * /etc/init.d/samba restart >> /dev/null 2>&1 Also be sure you are sudo when editing this cron, eg. with: sudo crontab -e


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Sadly, I don't think this is possible. I may be wrong. Depending on your host OS, you can have your OS look at a crypt-tab file. Here's a good guide for CentOS: Crypto Disk in CentOS There's a really cool section in that guide which uses a USB key to boot. Almost like a TPM. ;) Good luck!


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It is now an upstart job. Look in /etc/init/smbd.conf for all info on it.


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As @Binary was mentioning, Linux is using syslog to centralize the logging. You can use a Windows implementation of the syslog server that can send the logs to Event logger, like Kiwi Syslog Server Commercial Edition.


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There are two options for this: 1)Write your own little windows service which accepts linux logs and writes each entry to the appropriate windows log using the windows syslog event facilities/system calls. This should really only take a couple hours to code up. Linux rsyslog/ksyslog supports an open protocol to facilitate centralized logging, so all you ...


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I use a shared folder on OS-X and Windows. Some files have the same issue, because they fall into the following: They use characters in the file-name, not supported by Windows. See: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/177506 It lists the characters, not supported by Windows in files or directories. I guess, that Samba uses the same list of characters when ...


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Because Samba is working and Apache is not. Samba doesn't serve http, that's apache's job in this situation. You need to check your apache setup. Is it running? Where is the document root pointed?


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To fit with modern sysadmin best practices it would be good to add your configs as individual files in /etc/smb/smb.d and then reference them with an include. Sadly samba does not support wildcard includes so you have to do add something like: include = /etc/smb/includes.conf in your smb.conf and then generate the includes.conf with something like: ls ...


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Check the man page for smbldap-useradd, it sounds like you need to set -B 0 in your script. According to this, it will clear the "User must change password" flag on the account. You may want to review your smb.conf to make sure you don't have any unexpected smbldap-useradd settings.


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Starting with Samba 4 the execute permissions on files is enforced. The old behaviour with windows clients was to allow execution regardless. Windows actually opens the file slightly differently if it is executing it vs. just reading it - which is why you can print the file without any issues. Either set execute permissions on the file or add this option ...


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Local enumeration isn't done by samba, it's done by the local system. and no, you cannot disable it in samba. Winbind enumeration is already disabled, if these lines are commented out. But this disables only the enumeration of external usernames.


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The solution for my problem was to go control panel > users > manage credentials. For some reason there as a credential for my Nas there. After I removed it everything worked.


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What you are asking: how can I change the Active Directory of the Samba share (from A to B) without modify all the permissions in the filesystem of the samba share server? Isn't possible. The new AD domain will need to be referenced. You'll have to replace the permissions on the existing SAMBA server with permissions for the new domain manually. ...



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