[OpenAFS] Strange behavior with Windows client.
Fri, 24 Apr 2009 18:33:06 +0200
Quick answer, great, thanks!
Is there a FAQ somewhere with all these types of answers collected? I
haven't been able to find one.
Jeffrey Altman wrote:
> See http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/916204
> Anders Magnusson wrote:
>> - Laptop, Windows XP SP3 32-bit, domain member.
>> - OpenAFS client 1.5.59
>> - Heimdal Kerberos server with trust to the AD domain.
>> If I connect the computer to a network somewhere, and logs in with
>> cached credentials, there
>> is no way to talk to the AFS client; it just gives a strange error
>> message, see below.
>> Note that the identity manager fetches kerberos tickets without problem.
>> C:\Documents and Settings\anha>dir \\afs\all <file://%5C%5Cafs%5Call>
>> The system detected a possible attempt to compromise security. Please
>> ensure that you can contact the server that authenticated you.
>> C:\Documents and Settings\anha>aklog
>> aklog: Couldn't determine realm of user: -1765328189
>> Logging in as a local user and get tickets and tokens works just fine,
>> it's when logging
>> in with cached credentials things don't work. If the machine is plugged
>> in to a network that can reach the domain controller
>> (while still logged in with cached credentials, no reboots) the AFS
>> client starts responding.
>> The afsd_init.log don't say anything strange; and after all, the client
>> seems to work when
>> logging in as a local user.
>> Any hints?
>> -- Ragge
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