Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Fri May 15 11:35:47 GMT 1998
On Fri, 15 May 1998, Tavis Barr wrote:
> On Thu, 14 May 1998, Gerald Carter wrote:
> > > It has to be "smbpasswd -a -m HOLLAND", no? [vs. holland in lower
> > > case -- TB] Let me know if I'm wrong; I'm still having trouble with
> > > the machine passwords.
> > Shouldn't matter. I haven't verified this in the source though. Am
> > working on another problem right now. The smbpasswd program should
> > insulate you from case anyways.
> Actually, I just tried it and it does. It checks /etc/passwd, finds out
> that there is no machine named workstation$, and exits.
this is correct behaviour.
> On the other
> hand, if you add workstation$ to the /etc/passwd file, then it adds
> workstation$ in lower case to the smbpasswd file. From what I
> understand, the machine name has to be in upper case,
> and the password in lower case
> -- but then I keep getting these machine password invalid
> errors on the NT end, so I'm hardly one to know.
unjoin the domain; delete the HOLLAND$ smbpasswd entry; add the
holland$/HOLLAND$ entry; re-join the domain.
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