Authenication breaks after reboot in Ubuntu 12.04 Beta

Bug #986035 reported by Saji Nediyanchath on 2012-04-20
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This bug affects 3 people
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
CentOS
New
Undecided
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likewise-open (Ubuntu)
Undecided
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Bug Description

Hi Guys,
  I’m using Likewise Open(likewise-open 6.1.0.406-0ubuntu5) In Ubuntu 12.04 Beta2 version. In early versions of Ubutnu and Likewise Open,
I could connect to windows active directory and the connection used to be remembered even after a reboot.
But when I used this particular version and also even the most newest one(pbis-open-7.0.0.867.linux.x86.deb.sh) which
I had downloaded from the likewise-open site, the reported error occurs( authentication breaks after reboot).

Possible Lead to the Solution:

But I have a got a lead to what it might be. The connection to the domain still exists,
but I’m unable to login as a domain user.
But if I try browsing into a Samba share folder in Nautilus, and I give the login credentials there(domain username, password), I get to open the files.
And now If I choose to switch user, and try to login as a Windows domain user, I’m able to login.
After reboot again the authentication is broken. :(

Saji Nediyanchath (saji89) wrote :

A related post in the likewise-open forums-
http://forum.beyondtrust.com/viewthread/31645/

description: updated
summary: - Authenication breaks after reboot in Ubutnu 12.04 Beta
+ Authenication breaks after reboot in Ubuntu 12.04 Beta
Saji Nediyanchath (saji89) wrote :
affects: likewise-open (CentOS) → centos
Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

Status changed to 'Confirmed' because the bug affects multiple users.

Changed in likewise-open (Ubuntu):
status: New → Confirmed
James Bernardi (jbernardi) wrote :

Having the same issue with 12.04 (most current beta) and Beyond Trust 7.0.867.63997

Was also having the same issue with winbind + samba
I can join and auth against AD fine but once the system is restarted the trust is broken and no longer works.

Saji Nediyanchath (saji89) wrote :

jbernardi, I have moved to using centrifydc, from the Canonical partner repository. It seems to work fine and is definitely more stable.

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