Suse 9.1 logon to Win2k domain
Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2004 16:33:24 -0400
I have recently installed Suse 9.1 on my new notebook. I would like to be
able to login against my Windows 2000 domain. I have installed Samba and
using YAST I was able to join to my domain. I am able to share folders and
can browse those folders from my Windows machines.
When I logout KDM displays a list of users from my active directory. If I
select one of these users and type the *wrong* password I get a "login
failed" message. This seems to confirm to me that the password is in fact
being checked against the domain controller.
If I enter the correct password however I get "Xsession: login for
DOMAIN\User is disabled".
Thanks for any ideas,
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