I inherited a bit of a mess and have been trying to get a network up to date from Windows Server 2008 R2 to Windows Server 2019. I got to the NetApp server today and removed the current domain controller from the CFIS configuration and add all the new information for the new domain contorller. Once I tried to join it to the domain I get success but it fails and states it is have a LSA issue. Tried enabling SMBv1 to see if that would rectify the problem and it didn't. I then checked the SMB configuration on the NetApp and this is what it spit out at me:
Vserver: Kerberos Clock Skew: - minutes Kerberos Ticket Age: - hours Kerberos Renewal Age: - days Kerberos KDC Timeout: - seconds Is Signing Required: - Is Password Complexity Required: - Use start_tls for AD LDAP connection: false Is AES Encryption Enabled: false LM Compatibility Level: lm-ntlm-ntlmv2-krb Is SMB Encryption Required: - Client Session Security: none
I tried to add SMB2 and 3 via the advance privilege settings but they don't exist. I'm guessing this NetApp I inherited with this network has never been updated which is why I can't enable SMB2 or 3. I even tried to enable 1 and nothing. Not sure what to do from here and I can't add it back to the old domain I'm getting all kinds of new errors.