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    XRDP & LDAP on SLES 11 SP3

    Howdy
    I'm able to login to my server using local credentials
    Code:
    [20150304-13:02:03] [INFO ] listening...
    [20150304-13:25:06] [INFO ] granted TS access to user manderson
    [20150304-13:25:06] [INFO ] starting X11rdp session...
    [20150304-13:25:06] [CORE ] X server running - user manderson - pid 4822
    [20150304-13:25:06] [INFO ] starting xrdp-sessvc - xpid=4822 - wmpid=4836
    [20150304-13:25:06] [CORE ] using keyboard layout: 0x409 (us)
    [20150304-13:25:06] [DEBUG] execve parameter list: 3
    [20150304-13:25:06] [DEBUG]         argv[0] = setxkbmap
    [20150304-13:25:06] [DEBUG]         argv[1] = us
    [20150304-13:25:06] [DEBUG]         argv[2] = (null)
    [20150304-13:25:15] [INFO ] session 4821 - user manderson - terminated
    But when I try and login w/ my domain creds, the log doesn't update.
    I've adjusted /etc/pam.d/xrdp-sesman from:
    Code:
    #%PAM-1.0
    auth       include	common-auth
    account    include	common-account
    to
    Code:
    auth        include     system-auth
    account     include     system-auth
    and the xrdp-sesman.log doesn't update when I try and login w/ my domain creds.
    I've also tried copying the settings for the gdm and ssh pam.d files, no help.
    Anyone made this work?
    Edit: whoops, forgot the /var/log/messages entry
    Code:
    Mar  4 13:26:58 pesjmp1 xrdp-sesman: pam_winbind(xrdp-sesman:auth): getting password (0x00000390)
    Mar  4 13:26:58 pesjmp1 xrdp-sesman: pam_winbind(xrdp-sesman:auth): pam_get_item returned a password
    Mar  4 13:26:58 pesjmp1 xrdp-sesman: pam_winbind(xrdp-sesman:auth): request wbcLogonUser failed: WBC_ERR_AUTH_ERROR, PAM error: PAM_USER_UNKNOWN (10), NTSTA
    TUS: NT_STATUS_NO_SUCH_USER, Error message was: No such user
    and this user account works when logging in via the console (it's a vm).
    Thanks

    Edit2: Shoot
    So I can login w/ my original user, manderson, via xrdp. I cannot login via the local account I just created. I get the same error.
    Error message for all accounts in the xrdp session that are unable to login:
    Code:
    connecting to sesman ip 127.0.0.1 port 3350
    sesman connect ok
    sending login info to sesman
    login failed
    Last edited by sysengPS; 04-Mar-2015 at 19:40.

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