l_finch at austarnet.com.au
Thu Mar 21 22:24:27 EST 2002
On Wed, 20 Mar 2002 23:07, you wrote:
> On 2002.03.20 21:37 Leigh Finch wrote:
> > G'day all,
> > OK so I think thats solved the squid part of my question, but does
> > anyone
> > have any ideas on the samba side of things????
> > > The second question is one on samba, i figure there should be
> > someone able
> > > to help me on this one.
> > >
> > > I'm using the latest stable release 2.2.3a, I have windows 2000
> > client on
> > > my network, and it is configured with user level security in a
> > workgroup,
> As I understand it, if you run either domain logons or LDAP you can
> allow clients to change their password everywhere.
I'm running domain logons for the win 98 boxes, what else needs to be done
for the win 2k boxs? cause i believe we had problems trying to that.
> Your user level security just means that people have to supply the
> right password to that server when they log on (much like telnet or
> ftp). Domain means they have to supply a valid logon to the PDC, and
> all members of that domain respect that logon.
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