Having trouble with samba printing. I have a CUPS printer installed on an Ubuntu 11.04 server and that works great.
When I try to configure samba to allow an XP machine to use the printer, it fails when printing. I can install the printer drivers for XP from the server and the printer appears in the XP printer control panels. When I try to print a test page from the XP machine I get this error in the system event log:
Jun 27 20:33:29 FatController smbd: [2012/06/27 20:33:29, 0] rpc_server/srv_netlog_nt.c:603(_netr_ServerAuthenticate3) Jun 27 20:33:29 FatController smbd: _netr_ServerAuthenticate3: netlogon_creds_server_check failed. Rejecting auth request from client JAMES machine account JAMES$
Here's my smb.conf file:
[global] server string = %h (Server) workgroup = SODOR encrypt passwords = true security = user os level = 255 preferred master = yes domain master = yes local master = yes logon path = \\%L\profile\%U logon drive = S: logon home = \\%L\home\%U domain logons = yes map to guest = Never guest ok = no dns proxy = no time server = yes logon script = logon.bat load printers = yes printing = cups printcap name = cups nt acl support = no interfaces = eth1 lo bind interfaces only = yes smb ports = 445 [netlogon] comment = Net Log On path = /home/samba/netlogon guest ok = no read only = yes browseable = no [profile] comment = User Profiles path = /home/samba/profiles read only = no create mask = 0600 directory mask = 0700 browseable = no store dos attributes = yes [printers] comment = All Printers path = /var/spool/samba browseable = yes guest ok = no printable = yes [print$] comment = Printer Drivers path = /var/lib/samba/printers browseable = yes guest ok = no read only = yes write list = root, skizz
Anyone know what the problem is and how to fix it?
In addition to the above, I also get this error:
Jun 27 21:56:35 FatController smbd: [2012/06/27 21:56:35, 0] printing/print_cups.c:1027(cups_job_submit) Jun 27 21:56:35 FatController smbd: Unable to print file to `Edward' - client-error-not-authorized
which I think is more relevant.