TLDR: TeamCity in Linux (or in a Linux Docker container) only supports SMBv1. Make sure you enable the SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support feature on your domain controllers.
A few weeks ago, I decided it was time to upgrade my domain controllers. On a Hypervisor with space, it seemed a pretty easy task. My abbreviated steps were something like this:
- Remove the backup DC and shut the machine down.
- Create a new DC, add it to the domain, and replicate
- Give the new DC the master roles
- remove the old primary DC from the domain and shut it down
- Create a new backup DC and add it to the domain.
Seems easy, right? Except that, during step 4, the old primary DC essentially gave up. I was forced to remove it from the domain manually.
Also, while i was able to change the DHCP settings to reassign DNS servers for the clients which get their IP via DHCP, the machines with static IP addresses required more work to reset the DNS settings. But, after a bit of a struggle, I got it working.
Except that I couldn’t log in to TeamCity using my domain credentials any more. I did some research, and, on Linux, TeamCity only supports SMBv1, not SMB2. So I installed the SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support feature on both domain controllers and that fixed my authentication issues.