Unix OS: AIX 7.1 PAM
Windows OS: Win2K3r2
Domain Topology: Single domain
1. Log in AD user（sa u3），access his own homedir
bash-3.2# ssh localhost -l "sa u3"
bash-3.2$ smbclient -k //10.100.60.102/sau3
Domain=[ASMB] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.5.9-cdc-4.5.1-504]
smb: \> ls
. D 0 Fri Jul 1 10:20:56 2011
.. D 0 Fri Jul 1 10:20:56 2011
.k5login H 16 Fri Jul 1 10:20:56 2011
.profile H 254 Fri Jul 1 10:20:56 2011
.sh_history H 14 Fri Jul 1 10:24:58 2011
32768 blocks of size 32768. 32736 blocks available
2. Access samba server via windows client
The homedir for "sa u3" does not exist.
Comparison / Observation:
1. This issue does not exist on AIX 7.1 PAM with samba-3.5.5.
Can you add attachments containing a debug log level 10 from the smbd server when the Windows client connects to the 3.3.x server (where this works) and a separate attachment containing a debug log level 10 from the smbd server when the Windows client connects to the 3.5.9 server (where this fails).
Created attachment 6680 [details]
this log get from samba-3.5.5(it can work)
Created attachment 6681 [details]
this is samba-3.5.9 log (can not see his home dir via windows client)
just tested with 4.15.6 on AIX7, no problem with users with space inbetween.