We have an Active Directory in the department, with Linux samba shares. Linux uses AD via winbind, we have an share on Linux with a AD group assigned to it, this group as "domain\administator" and other members of the domain including myself "domain\pierre".
On windows server 2012, I can access the share without any issues. and because the administrator is in the group, it can access it instantly. I could also access the share with my Pierre account.
I have recently installed Windows Server 2019 as a DC. (2 of, to retire 3 of 2012 r2 next month or so).
When I try to access the share with the logged-in domain\administator, I get access is denied. but when I log in to "Pierre" and access the share, works fine.
Is there something in 2019 that is disabled by default/or enabled that it won't allow the administrator account to access certain shares?
the samba shares are SMB3.1.1 Thanks