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as right now i am unable to reset any passwords either which can be casued by a corrupt profile, so i am waiting on the customer to give me an existing I checked the dc, ldap, kerberos and dns services >under >> > linux. My nice new directory has only one user I can use, the administrator, I can't set passwords for any other user (I can create users using ADSIedit but not set their Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses! have a peek here

to "profilename_old" 3. Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. Contact your system administrator". But it seems that I'm not the only one >http://wiki.snet.at/samba_4_rsat > >I did everything on a clean Active Directory with no extra users. my review here

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One of the issues I ran into is the clients domain was too long for samba. Reply Pingback: Freeradius and Samba4: radius authentication of domain users | Soluzioni Linux Pingback: Soluzioni Linux | Samba 4 as Active Directory Domain Controller Charlie Benger-Stevenson says: November 19, 2014 at I read that it is supposed to be in /usr/local/samba/private but I don't even have a /usr/local/samaba directory. I chose Ubuntu because they have pretty recent packages of Samba, more info about binary packages for different Distributions on the Samba Wiki.

Reply Roberto Leibman says: January 13, 2015 at 11:01 am mhhh, I'm having the same problem on aws, I removed those windows updates and it worked: I was able to change I recommend creating a new policy for each printer makes it a l… Active Directory Introducing a Windows 2012 Domain Controller into a 2008 Active Directory Environment Video by: Rodney This Reply rohil says: December 8, 2014 at 7:42 am after following the steps everything is perfect except kinit [email protected] kinit:cannot contact any kdc realm ‘DOMAIN.LOCAL' while getting initial credentials. I followed it and was almost successful till the end.

thank for Your great work Den Reply Jim Shaver says: April 20, 2016 at 6:10 am I'd verify that you could resolve DC via DNS, and use the FQDN. Sorry for my english. When I install the RSAT and >try to >> > create a domain user I'm getting the error "An error occurred. >Contact >> > you system administrator". Last time I messed with trying to use Samba as a Domain Controller was back in the Samba 3 days and it was a complete mess.

Typing on your keyboard without looking at the keys is something you do every day. From your post, I understand that when you want to reset user's password you receive the following error message: "Windows cannot complete the password change for because: The system cannot But when i try to install exchange 2013 on win2008 server gives an error "The mode ‘install' is not a valid mode" I think its not compatible, I hope it's not or do you separate the two services on separate machines?

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Thanks in advanced Reply Jim Shaver says: February 18, 2015 at 8:38 am And you are testing DNS on the Samba server itself? http://www.winvistatips.com/threads/unable-to-create-a-new-user-account-in-ad-from-mmc-on-a-workstation.538810/ what operating system do you use? Windows System Administrator Resume Active Directory And then if you are able to create a new user, we could troubleshoot further..... 0 Message Author Comment by:peacfulrvr2010-05-19 I did that and delegated all permissions but was not Click on Start > Run and type adsiedit.msc 2.

For a list of roles that you can seize, type? navigate here When I built torque from source they had a some client files/script I could copy over and I was hoping there was something similar here. Reply Wan says: January 11, 2016 at 10:34 pm Great job. Best regards Meinolf Weber Disclaimer: This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. > Working from the server > 03-10-2007, 06:07 PM #5 TiminLouisiana

Where do you have problems (on client or on server or both). I actually hate that network neighbourhood feature as I find it unreliable even in Windows only situations. There are domain controllers from Server 2003 R2 all the way up to Server 2012 R2. Check This Out The >only >> > tools that you can (should) run on Windows XP are the ones from Windows >2003 >> > CD.

Great job! Did I log on to the exchange server when the GPO was linked? Do you have any idea what I might be missing?

I was able to add a new OU but could not add a user to it.

Sponsored Links 03-10-2007, 04:08 PM #2 Meinolf Weber Guest Posts: n/a Re: Cannot Add Users to Active Directory Hello TiminLouisiana, Are you working on the server or from I am the administrator and do not know what might be causing this. In response to your questions below: 1. Comment Submit Your Comment By clicking you are agreeing to Experts Exchange's Terms of Use.

Just remember with Unix and Linux if you have a problem you don't need to reboot to solve a issue. Click on the Edit button 9. The only thing that I would advise anyone who's reading this, is that (certainly within a virtualization environment, such as vmware or VirtualBox) when you're provisioning samba, you may receive an this contact form I assume it's possible to set Group Policy, Network Printers etc.

That seems logical to me, but it never works. Reply Christopher Hesse says: April 30, 2016 at 7:43 am After following this tutorial, should I be able to log into my system as Domain Administrator? Reply koonalrajguru says: April 30, 2016 at 1:22 am Hi Did anyone solve the issue for the error session setup failed: NT_STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND? How can I fix this?

I have beat my brains out trying to get this to work from other articles. Everyone always says to check event logs first to see whats what. My smb.conf # Global parameters [global] workgroup = TEST realm = TEST.NET netbios name = DC1 server role = active directory domain controller dns forwarder = idmap_ldb:use rfc2307 = yes Active directory domain services gives me error - Contact system administrator Reply Jim Shaver says: December 4, 2014 at 12:47 am Are you logged in as the domain admin?