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I believe you you will need to turn on Open Directory service in addition to having it bound to AD.

Sincerely,

Alex Narvey

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> Newly installed Sierra 10.12.2 and Server 5.2. Bound to Active Directory. only service is File Sharing.
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> On the MacOS 10.11.6, AD users can connect over AFP but not SMB. On the same Mac using a user from the Server Local directory they can connect over SMB and AFP.
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> Windows 7 machines bound to the domain can not map the shares with their AD users. However it is the same as with the Mac OS they can map the share using a local server user.
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Hi,
 I think I remember about something similar, the Problem with the Smb Share and AD Users should work if you modify the encryption Settings for Smb.

Still a bad Solution, I am looking forward to any Input on this Topic. Internet seems kinda dry on this Topic.

Cheers.

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> Newly installed Sierra 10.12.2 and Server 5.2. Bound to Active Directory. only service is File Sharing.
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> On the MacOS 10.11.6, AD users can connect over AFP but not SMB. On the same Mac using a user from the Server Local directory they can connect over SMB and AFP.
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> Windows 7 machines bound to the domain can not map the shares with their AD users. However it is the same as with the Mac OS they can map the share using a local server user.
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> Not sure what I am missing but it has to be something.
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> Eric Hughes
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