Bug#718865: Update and minimize /etc/samba/smbldap-machineadd-gosa
> This is most probably caused by a missing samba account. (The first user
> account hasn't got one by default.)
Aha. Good point. Adding a samba account and setting the password (to
ensure the samba hash is set too) got me a bit further.
I seem to remember that we do not set up a samba account because the
information needed to do that is missing when the initial user is
created, but might be mistaken.
> Using a normal user account, the failure message is:
> "tree connect failed: NT_STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE"; so the issue is
I get this too when I provide the password. But when I just press
[enter] on the password prompt, I am logged in and can see my files.
I guess Kerberos login work, while password check do not.
Arne, could your problem be that you use the initial account which is
without a samba account?