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Hello! Our security department recently implemented the Digital Signing settings on our Windows 2003 domain controller. Iím trying to set up a RHEL5 server to simply act as a file ...
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    Samba - Digitally encrypt or sign secure channel data


    Hello!

    Our security department recently implemented the Digital Signing settings on our Windows 2003 domain controller. Iím trying to set up a RHEL5 server to simply act as a file server, although Iím able to join the domain successfully, Iím getting errors when I attempt to access the RH server from the Windows side. The error I get is:

    ďTrust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failedĒ

    Now googling this problem Iíve found several posts that indicated that I need to disable the following on the Windows server:

    Domain Member: Digitally encrypt or sign secure channel data (always)

    The problem is, I cannot do that. So, Iím hoping that there may be a work around for this on the Samba side.

    I have loaded the most recent version of Samba (3.5).

    Thank you in advance for your help!

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    I don't know if Samba understands LDAP, but that's what would be needed in order for it to work in this situation, unless your security department can create a rule for these specific servers that would bypass that requirement.
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