I'm new to the list and a somewhat new "full-time" Linux user (after
flirting with it for several years, I've made the plunge on my desktop.
I do, however, still have a number of Windoze machines in my house and a
Windows Server 2003 Domain server. I manage all my user accounts
through that domain server. I've configured my OpenSuSE 10.2 system to
be a member of my Windows domain using Yast and have told it to
authenticate using the domain server (which configures Kerberos and
Now for the problem... Most of the time, everything works fine and I'm
able to authenticate using my Domain UserId and Password. Sometimes,
however, I find myself unable to log in via the Domain user and when I
try to enter the username/password of the domain user, it returns a
message as "login failed". I find that I'm not able to sign into the
domain again until either both machines are rebooted (the domain server
THEN the Linux Desktop system) OR I log in as root and rejoin the
domain. I do notice that when this happens, Yast cannot verify my
computer as part of the domain until I rejoin.
This is REALLY annoying and I'm looking for information on how I can go
about diagnosing this issue.
Thanks in advance,
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