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so I found the problem:) in Vipre Firewall - Intrusion Detection Systems(IDS), if it's on then is it really slow connection, after shutting it down, speed increased to 100+MB/s. Leo
Ok, first of all, thanks to @Jason-Walker for the pointer at kclient -- a typical Sun's implementation (functional but ugly) in ksh with helper-utilites implemented in C. Apparently, joining a domain consists of creating the host's entry via standard LDAP -- Sun's script uses ldapsearch, ldapmodify, and ldapadd from the OpenLDAP. Once the host is registered ...
Changing --domain=VBA.LAN to --domain=VBA fixed it!
I had to delete /var/cache/samba as well, in addition to malco's answer (on Debian and Ubuntu)
There won't be any transparent way of doing this. The host keytab represents a copy of the host secret - a password that is known only to the Kerberos servers (Active Directory Domain Controllers) and the client. Under normal circumstances, the keytab is created when the client is joined to the Domain (at which time the user authenticates to the Domain and ...
Basicly nothing. Your missing the Template lines since your using samba 4 AD DC. Samba 4.2 and 4.3 have different behaivor with getent passwd or wbinfo -u or id. If possible update to 4.4.3 , google for the debs in the samba list. They work good. samba 4.4.3 needs winbind to be installed also, ADDC and member, but ! all outputs now can be these same. ...
Just put inside the share definition: recycle:exclude = *.* At least that worked for me using Samba 4.1.17, on a Debian 8.0 x86_64 machine. What happened to me I activated Samba's recycle bin for all of the shares on a file server of us at work. For example: [global] ... recycle:exclude = *.tmp, *.log, *.obj, ~*.*, *.bak, *.iso recycle:...
The samba4 packages that ship with both CentOS 6 and 7 do not have domain controller functionality. If you look inside, eg, samba-dc-4.2.3-10.el7.x86_64.rpm, you'll find it contains exactly one file, /usr/share/doc/samba-dc-4.2.3/README.dc. This file reads as follows: MIT Kerberos 5 Support Fedora is using MIT Kerberos implementation as its ...
read only = no read only = yes The documentation is your friend.
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