NSSMBErrorDomain 22

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NSSMBErrorDomain 22

Postby sgodun » Mon Dec 03, 2012 6:05 pm

I've got a Mac Pro running OS X 10.4 that's needed for a specific legacy software package; said package requires the installation and use of DAVE software, which we have on that machine.

Recently we had to reset the machine and reinstall several softwares, including DAVE. Now, for reasons unknown, whenever we try to use DAVE to login to our network domain we're greeted with an error:

Unable to connect to "<OURDOMAIN>"
Error NSSMBErrorDomain 22

Google yields zero results. Any idea as to why this is happening?

Additional Info: This happens regardless of user account or user level (standard or admin). It's not a permissions issue. A Windows PC connected to the same network port doesn't have this issue so I know it's not a switch issue. This issue happens regardless of it being on DHCP or manual IP addressing. Prior to resetting this machine, DAVE worked perfectly on this system.
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Re: NSSMBErrorDomain 22

Postby jim » Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:17 am

sgodun,

The error you are getting - NSSMBErrorDomain 22 - is occurring because DAVE Login does not have the ability to authenticate properly with Windows Server 2008 Active Directory domains. I don't know why it only started occurring after you reset the machine, but this is a known issue with DAVE Login.

Our recommendation is to use Apple's Kerberos utility to get a Kerberos ticket or identity, then try connecting to the Windows shares.

---Jim
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