Michael B Allen
mba2000 at ioplex.com
Mon Sep 1 19:23:12 EST 2003
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> hi Mike and thank you for your answers,
>>You mean "Access denied" on Unix
> - yes
> It's maybe better if I tell the case for you:
> - I create the user who have only logon rights to the domain (no file
> access, just logon)
> - the user logon to the domain from the pc
> - logon ok
> - user are in domain
> - ie & web browsing -> SmbSession.logon -> Access denied
> - I add more rights for the user (file access, user is member of the
> users, I just add some rigth..)
> - logon ok
> - ie & web browsing -> SmbSession.logon -> logon ok
> Question is, what rights the user have to have, if SmbSession.logon have
> been used?
The user will need whatever access rights necessary to open IPC$ on the
machine authenticating clients.
>>Q: Can you run one of the examples from the Unix machine?
> I will try this.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael B Allen [mailto:mba2000 at ioplex.com]
> Sent: 30. elokuuta 2003 1:07
> To: Ääpälä Esa
> Cc: 'jcifs at lists.samba.org'
> Subject: Re: [jcifs] SmbSession.logon
>> I have same problem. So, what was wrong in the environment?
> You mean "Access denied" on Unix and not on Windows using the Filter?
> This is the first we have heard of this problem.
> Q: Can you run one of the examples from the Unix machine? For example just
> run the examples/ListFiles example. If that works try examples/Exists on
> domain controller IP like:
> java Exists smb://dom;usr:email@example.com/IPC$
> That's pretty close to what SmbSession.logon is doing.
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