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Adding Ubuntu 8.04 Server as Secondary Domain Controller to NT Domain.

By aquabug ·
My teacher has asked to me set up a Linux box as a secondary domain controller in his Windows NT domain. The primary domain controller is running Windows NT 4.0 and all of the clients are running Windows 2000. Yes, It sounds wacky but that's lack of funds for you. I have the Linux box completely configured, but the primary domain controller keeps coming up with an error about the Linux box losing the trust relationship obtained from the domain when it tries to connect. Any ideas? This is not an assignment, it was asked as a favor.

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by LarryD4 In reply to Adding Ubuntu 8.04 Server ...

Really! NT 4.0! Really!

Post back if you figure it out I'ld love to see how you did it..

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You need to load on samba on Linux so that you can do this.

More info here:
http://anothersysadmin.wordpress.com/2008/04/06/howto-active-directory-authentication-in-ubuntu-804/

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Already done.

by aquabug In reply to You need to load on samba ...

In case you missed it, i said the linux box was completely configured. When the samba daemon loads it tries to connect to the PDC. An error then comes up on the PDC using the windows message service tell me that the linux box has lost the trust relationship information provided my the domain.

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Can you not log into your NT box and do it from there?

Just a thought..

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