I think I found my problem, when configuring my second domain
controller, I have created by mistake a round robin DNS entry on
"Forward Lookup Zones -> ad.samdom.local".
I speak of round-robin because I have two fields A pointing to the same
Now I'm lost, you have a second domain controller in failover?
If so, could you give me your DNS configuration? I need information on:
Forward Lookup Zones -> ad.samdom.local.
Forward Lookup Zones -> ad.samdom.local -> DomainDnsZones
Forward Lookup Zones -> ad.samdom.local -> ForestDnsZones
Currently I have two domain controllers in these areas (thus the
However, I have not touched the DomainDnsZones and ForestDnsZones areas,
this had to be done by "samba-tool domain join" executed during
installation but I'm not sure.
Is it normal to have the round robin on ForestDnsZones and DomainDnsZones ?
Please find attached the export of my DNS configuration.
On 07/06/2016 16:05, Rowland penny wrote:
> On 07/06/16 14:44, Alexis RIES wrote:
>> I put the usermapping but this does not solve the problem.
>> I do not use libpam_winbind and libpam-krb5 because I did not need to
>> log in server using domain accounts, it seems to me that this is not
>> mandatory, you confirm ?
> This could well be your problem, try installing them. My domain member
> works and this seems to be the only difference between my domain
> member and yours.
>> Here are the permissions of the file /etc/krb5.keytab:
>> root@smb1:/home/adminlocal# ls -l /etc/krb5.keytab
>> -rw------- 1 root root 2312 Jun 7 14:44 /etc/krb5.keytab
> That again is the same as my domain member
>> Avahi is not installed on this server
>> For information, when I run "wbinfo -P", I have this result:
>> SMB1 root @: / home / adminlocal # wbinfo -P
>> checking the NETLOGON for domain [SAMDOM] dc connection to "" failed
>> wbcPingDc2 (SAMDOM): error code Was NT_STATUS_USER_SESSION_DELETED
> This works for me:
> root@debnet:/home/rowland/ # wbinfo -P
> checking the NETLOGON dc connection to "dc1.samdom.example.com