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Re: [Condor-users] condor_store_cred problem
- Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2007 12:18:05 -0600
- From: Greg Quinn <gquinn@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] condor_store_cred problem
Richard Grieve wrote:
I have a handful of PCs (all WinXP) in my pool, running 6.8.2. I having
problems with condor_store_cred on just one PC. All the others run
condor_store_cred just fine. All PCs (including the problem PC) have
the pool password set and are able to run jobs. Here is the output from
[user@computer]$ condor_store_cred add
Account: user@domain <mailto:dpeppy@AD3>
Make sure your HOSTALLOW_WRITE setting includes this host.
3/8 16:15:10 AUTHENTICATE: will try to use 16 (NTSSPI)
3/8 16:15:10 sspi_server_auth() entered
3/8 16:15:10 sspi_server_auth() looping
3/8 16:15:10 sspi_server_auth(): Oops! ASC() returned -2146893044!
3/8 16:15:10 sspi_server_auth(): Failed to impersonate (returns
3/8 16:15:10 sspi_server_auth() exiting
3/8 16:15:10 AUTHENTICATE: method 16 (NTSSPI) failed.
Any help is appreciated.
It appears as though NTSSPI authentication is failing. Are you running a
Windows domain environment, with common accounts on all the involved
machines? If not, does the account for which you are trying to store a
password have the same username/password on both the "problem PC" and
the machine running the CredD?
If the answer is no to both these questions, NTSSPI authentication will
not work between two distinct machines.