Domain Authentication on Server 2008 64bit

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ngranick
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Domain Authentication on Server 2008 64bit

I am having issues getting domain authentication working with copssh 4.2.3 on Server 2008 64bit.

After installing and adding the user I am getting this is the event viewer Failed password for invalid user domain\\user. It seems that it is picking up two backslashes "\\" between the domain and the username.

Any ideas? Fresh install with no tweaks except for adding a local and domain user with the wizard.

itefix
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User names are case

User names are case sensitive. Could that be issue ?

ngranick
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I have matched the case of

I have matched the case of the domain and the username but still does not work. Any idea also why in the windows event viewer it shows failed authentication with domain\\username (two backslashes)

ngranick
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It was a case problem. I just

It was a case problem. I just verified that even though it showed DOMAIN\username, it was looking for DOMAIN\USERNAME.

 

Now I have a different issue, I am able to authenticate then the putty session crashes and I see this in the eventvwr:

 

sshd: PID 4804: fatal: setreuid 272914: Permission denied

 

copssh service account is a member of the local administrators group on the server.

ngranick
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Looks like our anti-virus was

Looks like our anti-virus was blocking something that was trying to create a process and some files.

We will have to get an exception made with our corporare IT security...

Problem solved...

Thanks for the responses!

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I close the case then. Case

I close the case then. Case sensitivity has been a problem for a while. I have intentions to address it by delivering all names in lower case in the next release. Thanks.