The Samba-Bugzilla – Bug 6356
Windows Vista / 7 won't execute logon script on a trusted domain
Last modified: 2011-03-22 14:08:19 UTC
Users using a Windows Vista / 7 client to log into a trusted domain via a Samba 3.3.4 PDC don't appear to get their logon script executed. We have tested the behaviour with Windows XP and can confirm that the script (on the trusted domain) runs. Note this is not an issue with the local domain, i.e. the logon script is correctly executed by Windows Vista / 7 clients in this case.
Please find a debug level 10 log attached during a Windows 7 domain login to a trusted domain.
Created attachment 4152 [details]
Debug 10 log
Closing for now - will test using Samba 3.4.X.
reopening this one as it is still valid.
The problem is that interactive logon requests from clients need to be forwarded also as interactive sam logon requests to the corresponding domain controller.
I experience the exact same issue, but with Windows XP clients (and samba 3.5.6 on the server side).
Created attachment 6336 [details]
Level 10 debug log (conneciton from a Windows XP client)
Created attachment 6337 [details]
More complete log
The previous log was probabl truncated. Sending a more complete one
Bug still present in 3.5.8
I think more logs are currently not required - the problem is quite clear, see comment #3. It's just difficult to fix. :-|