This is a discussion on Re: [Samba] Re: interdomain trust between two samba pdc's - Samba ; I have trusts setup between 3 samba domains. Do you have a specific question regarding setup? Hans Adam Williams wrote: > i think you have to create the trusts on both DOMAINS as they only > work in one direction. ...
I have trusts setup between 3 samba domains. Do you have a specific
question regarding setup?
Adam Williams wrote:
> i think you have to create the trusts on both DOMAINS as they only
> work in one direction. the official samba how to and reference guide
> briefly touches on the subject.
> SoUnD WrEcK wrote:
>> So is no one here doing interdomain trusts using two Samba PDC's on two
>> different subnets? I have been struggling with this problem for a
>> long time
>> now, and would like some help with it. Thanks!
>> On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 2:54 PM, SoUnD WrEcK
>>> I have been trying off and on for some time now to get an interdomain
>>> trust relationship going between two samba pdc machines
>>> (DomainA=trusted &
>>> DomainB=trusting). Both pdc's are running on Solaris boxes and NIS is
>>> involved (I doubt there is a NIS complication just because I can use
>>> accounts on DomainA on DomainB's samba, as long as I add them using
>>> smbpasswd manually).
>>> The situation is this. DomainA hosts most user accounts for my two
>>> networks. Therefore DomainA should be trusted and DomainB should be
>>> trusting. The documentation is confusing and does not describe this
>>> scenario (talks about samba with microsoft pdc's). I have tried every
>>> combination I can think of, but things still aren't working as they
>>> I have added an account for DomainB on DomainA. I then type
>>> "smbpasswd -a
>>> -i DomainB", still working on DomainA. This seems to go through okay.
>>> However, when I type "net rpc trustdom list" on DomainA, I get the
>>> Trusted domains list:
>>> Trusting domains list:
>>> Unable to find a suitable server
>>> domain controller is not responding
>>> I expect what I see for trusted, but for trusting, should I really be
>>> seeing those errors? What do they mean? Is the fact that DomainB
>>> is listed
>>> mean that it worked and I should ignore the errors?
>>> I guess I'll stop here and make sure there is not a problem with
>>> this step
>>> before I post further information about this process.
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