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On Mon, Apr 07, 2008 at 03:19:00PM -0400, Ryan Steele wrote:
> It's not defined in my Samba source, but I guess that was the wrong
> place to look. On my system, /usr/include/ldap.h does in fact have that
> defined. However, Samba still returns NT_STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL, and
> Windows still reports that the password couldn't be changed because the
> domain was unavailable... have I zigged where I should've zagged, or is
> Samba not setting rc properly when it gets the response from LDAP?

Please check that your LDAP server indeed does return 0x13
over the 389 connection. You might also add a DEBUG
statement right above the #if defined(LDAP_CONSTRAINT_VIOLATION)=20
to check what smbd sees. That's at least what I would do.


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