Cannot Authenticate from OS/X (10.3.x) to Windows 2003


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Edward Silha

I have a Windows 2003 test environment w/ AD. I have File
Services for Mac installed and I am able to create Mac
Shares.

However, I cannot authenticate from any of the Mac's (All
G4's running Panther, 10.3.2)

The domain is 'office' (no extension)

I can attach to the server no problem from Windows XP
machines with the logon '[email protected]' but the Mac's
will not authenticate.

I've tried both SMB and AFP.

Any ideas?
 
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Klaus Hereth

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Edward Silha said:
However, I cannot authenticate from any of the Mac's (All
G4's running Panther, 10.3.2)
You're missing the User Authentication Module (UAM) from Microsoft:

<http://www.microsoft.com/mac/otherproducts/otherproducts.aspx?pid=win
dows2000sfm>

Greets,

Klaus

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Ed Silha

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You're missing the User Authentication Module (UAM) from Microsoft:
..aspx?pid=win
dows2000sfm>

Greets,

Klaus

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Thanks a ton,

That DID do it, although I was under the impression that
Panther had a UAM built in.

Thanks again!

-E
 

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