mac to 2K3


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Pascal Rooms

whenever i try to logon to my new installed windows 2K3 server, with active
directory installed, i cannot login, either via chooser (macos 9), or via
Macos X 10.2 (got message -5000).

anyone an idea ?

Pascal,
 
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Jim Seifert [MSFT]

If the error you are seeing is on the Mac client then this may help.
Macfile in Windows Server 2003 is configured by default to only allow
connections from clients authenticating with the Microsoft User
Authentication Module(MS UAM). You can install the MS UAM on your Mac
clients or you can change the server settings to allow Apple authentication
or a combination of authentication methods. The MS UAM is currently a free
download available here:
http://www.microsoft.com/mac/otherproducts/otherproducts.aspx?pid=windows2000sfm
 
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Jim Seifert [MSFT]

If the error you are seeing is on the Mac client then this may help.
Macfile in Windows Server 2003 is configured by default to only allow
connections from clients authenticating with the Microsoft User
Authentication Module(MS UAM). You can install the MS UAM on your Mac
clients or you can change the server settings to allow Apple authentication
or a combination of authentication methods. The MS UAM is currently a free
download available here:
http://www.microsoft.com/mac/otherproducts/otherproducts.aspx?pid=windows2000sfm
 
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sf

Good luck on this one, interoperability is available in Mac OSX...the LDAP
config required for AD communication doesn't look too friendly. I had come
across a link on the UCSD.edu site that outlined requirements/config but I
can't find it at the moment, if I come across it again I'll post it here.
 
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NuT CrAcKeR

Did you install Services for Macintosh on your server? I beleive it requires
a disk volume as well... not too sure on that, as I dont do mac's.

NUTs
 
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William M. Smith

Good luck on this one, interoperability is available in Mac OSX...the LDAP
config required for AD communication doesn't look too friendly. I had come
across a link on the UCSD.edu site that outlined requirements/config but I
can't find it at the moment, if I come across it again I'll post it here.
Although login authentication for a Mac using a Windows Active Directory
account can be a chore to set up, this isn't required for a Mac to connect
to the server.

If Mac File Services are installed on the server, a Mac can connect with a
user name and password, which is different from using Windows AD to
authenticate to the Mac itself.

bill
 
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