After and upgrade from Samba 2 to Samba 3.0 i noticed that clients where unable
to connect to homedirectories shared by a Netapp Cifs server.
The command smbclient //servername/HOME -W workgroup -U user -I server ip, keeps
returning NT_STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE. This apears to be related to the
client use spnego setting, changing this to client use spnego = no will cause it
to work again.
This bug was confirmed on both linux and FreeBSD.
Could you provide a raw network capture of the failure
and the success? Thanks.
also, please test 3.0.3pre1
*** Bug 1313 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Created attachment 512 [details]
add a couple of additional flags to the ntlmssp negoriatneg request
Please try this and see if it fixes the problem with smbclient.
Sorry for my late reply. It appears that the only netapp i have access to has
been upgraded to a new operating system version, which works regardless of the
spnego setting. As i no longer have access to a system where it didn't work i
can not run any of the tests.
this is reportedly fixed in recent releases (of smbclient and NetApp's OS).
sorry for the same, cleaning up the database to prevent unecessary reopens of bugs.