Samba 1.9.19pre-alpha as NT domain Client
cartegw at Eng.Auburn.EDU
Thu Aug 20 13:14:31 GMT 1998
Dries, Joseph wrote:
> I have a situation where I need to share out UNIX user's home
> directories (and other shares). I'd prefer to run Samba rather than
> have to purchase, install, and support a usable NFS client on our NT
Good choice. Been there done that :)
> My problem is however, that I'm not able to authenticate any
> users to the samba process. I tried user names in the form of
> ACCT\uname, uname, RESDOM\uname, etc. with passwords for each
> user account.
Set the debug level in Samba to about 20 and check for errors
during the login attempt. Can you get it to work with smbclient?
I assumed you were trying to map a drive from the samba share onto
an NT box.
> As a side note, if there is a user account in the resource domain,
> and a user account in the ACCT domain, (and the user is logged into
> the NTworkstation as ACCT\uname), which account does the samba server
> try to authenticate?
Good question? Jeremy? Luke?
Gerald ( Jerry ) Carter
Engineering Network Services Auburn University
jerry at eng.auburn.edu http://www.eng.auburn.edu/users/cartegw
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