I have the same smb.conf on all four servers. So I am not sure about
your comment about the system policies. Three of the servers (that work
perfect) are all in the same room. The one with issues is in a whole
other city and different network.

On this machine that has issues. There are 30 samba users. 5 of those
users are in the midwest all in the same building, same floor with in
two cubes of each other. BUT. One of those 5 have no connection
problems at all, just the other four.

Does this help?

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Lovenberg [mailto:scott.lovenberg@gmail.com]=20
Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2008 5:49 PM
To: Glenn, Skeeter
Cc: samba@lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] Samba not working the same on all servers

Glenn, Skeeter wrote:
> I have four (development, system test, user test and production)=20
> Solaris 2.8 servers set up running samba. Each of the four server has


> the same samba 30 users in the smb.conf file. Samba is working=20
> perfect on all but one of these servers and on that one server 4 of=20
> the users can not connect thru samba, but the other 26 have no problem

at all.
> The smb.conf is the same on all four servers.
>
> Sometimes I just wish someone who understands me would tell me what I=20
> mean
>
> Skeeter Glenn
> =20

Are you using system policies? You might have overriding user/group
settings.
You might want to check that the server has the same nt policy file in
the netlogon share as the other servers.
Does it matter which client box those four users try to log on from?

I assume the box that isn't working is the 'user test' box? It seems my
test boxes always have testing crud that bites me in the butt.
Also, what do those four users have in common that the other 26 don't?
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