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Conz Absent Member.
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Cifs login error 601

I'm trying to get CIFS going on a SLES10sp3 with OES2sp2 but I cant get users to log in properly.

Dec 14 15:17:13 <server> CIFS[19759]: WARNING: CODIR: Failed to authenticate User : <user> from <ip>
Dec 14 15:17:13 <server> CIFS[19759]: CRITICAL: AUTH: Login Failed.tempSES->nwLoginError is -601

So far I have checked:
nmas login metod is there.
Universal password is enabled on container and default login policy (We use IDM as well which requires it too)
cifsproxyuser has the same policy as a working cifsproxyuser (this is our 2nd cifs server)

the only difference is that with our 1st server, cifs was installed during the initial install and it is an sp3 server. With this 2nd server cifs was installed yesterday, and its been running since OES2sp2 was new.

During installation it complained about a policy not being enabled on the user containers, which is where i added the policy to the actual containers afterwards.
This last bit is probably where the problem is .. but I cant find whats wrong.

Anyone any ideas ?

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Conz Absent Member.
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Re: Cifs login error 601

Problem solved, turns out cifs search context is not recursive. After adding the specific ou to the search path it worked.
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Re: Cifs login error 601

On 20/12/2011 09:26, Conz wrote:

> Problem solved, turns out cifs search context is not recursive. After
> adding the specific ou to the search path it worked.


FYI with OES2 SP3 support was added to CIFS for subtree search.

HTH.
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Conz Absent Member.
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Re: Cifs login error 601

smflood;2162530 wrote:

FYI with OES2 SP3 support was added to CIFS for subtree search.

HTH.
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Good to know, thanks.

This is an SP2 server but we have plans on migrating it to a new cluster that is running SP3.
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