I have two servers which were up until recently authenticating against the companies Active Directory Domain controller. I believe a recent change to the Active Directory administrator password caused the servers to stop authenticating against AD. I tried to add the servers back to the domain using the command:
domainjoin-cli join example.com adusername
this seemed to work without complaints, but when I try to login via ssh with my domain account, I get an invalid password error. When I run the command:
it prints all of the domain users, and looking up my own account, I see that it is valid and my password hasn't expired. I also ran
lw-get-status and received the following:
LSA Server Status:
Agent version: 5.0.0 Uptime: 0 days 3 hours 35 minutes 46 seconds
[Authentication provider: lsa-activedirectory-provider]
Status: Online Mode: Un-provisioned Domain: example.com Forest: example.com Site: Default-First-Site-Name Online check interval: 300 seconds \[Trusted Domains: 1\] \[Domain: EXAMPLE\] DNS Domain: example.com Netbios name: EXAMPLE Forest name: example.com Trustee DNS name: Client site name: Default-First-Site-Name Domain SID: S-1-5-24-1081533780-4562211299-822531512 Domain GUID: 057f0239-7715-4711-e64b-eb5eeed20e65 Trust Flags: \[0x001d\] \[0x0001 - In forest\] \[0x0004 - Tree root\] \[0x0008 - Primary\] \[0x0010 - Native\] Trust type: Up Level Trust Attributes: \[0x0000\] Trust Direction: Primary Domain Trust Mode: In my forest Trust (MFT) Domain flags: \[0x0001\] \[0x0001 - Primary\] \[Domain Controller (DC) Information\] DC Name: dc1.example.com DC Address: 10.11.0.103 DC Site: Default-First-Site-Name DC Flags: \[0x000003fd\] DC Is PDC: yes DC is time server: yes DC has writeable DS: yes DC is Global Catalog: yes DC is running KDC: yes
[Authentication provider: lsa-local-provider]
Status: Online Mode: Local system
Anyone got any ideas what might be occurring?
Thanks in advance!
I work for Likewise Software and was forwarded your request for help. The output you have given looks correct and it looks like a properly joined machine.
Please provide me with the following things so I can try to help you out.
Yvo van Doorn
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