Windows Server 2012R2 64bit and 32bit Cygwin sshd
Tue Aug 19 17:21:00 GMT 2014
Corinna Vinschen writes:
> This is a call to the Win32 API call NetUserGetGroups creating an
> exception due to an "access denied". The difference between 32 and 64
> bit is probably a result of the differences in exception handling, and
> given that an ExceptionCode 5 will be ignored by Cygwin's exception
> handler, it's probably the next handler in the chain.
Well, as I said, Cygwin64 dutifully ignores the exception and then goes
to fetch my password from the registry and forks off the command given
> Are you running sshd under a local cyg_server account or under a domain
> cyg_server account? Is it possible that this is a local cyg_server
> account, and as a non-domain account actually gets an "access denied"
> when trying to request AD user information?
It's a local account, actually I've got a separate account cyg_server32
for that. I've double checked that this is set up the same way as the
original cyg_server account except for the home directory.
> If your cyg_server is a local account I'd suggest to try with an
> AD account per https://cygwin.com/faq/faq.html#faq.using.sshd-in-domain
I can try but the AD admins are still sitting on their thumbs for the
sshd domain account, so I don't have high hopes for fast enough
turnaround. Plus, they have new rules that forbid administrative
accounts that have unlimited activation, so I don't know how much use
> Other than that I have a funny idea how to workaround this problem from
> inside Cygwin. If you want to give it a try, I'll send you a pointer
> to a 32 bit DLL via PM.
Yes please. As long as I don't get sshd to work, I can't use this
installation for its intended purpose anyway.
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