mkoelle at gmx.de
Mon Sep 14 18:33:46 GMT 1998
Send reply to: Jean-Francois.Micouleau at utc.fr
From: Jean-Francois Micouleau <Jean-Francois.Micouleau at utc.fr>
To: Multiple recipients of list <samba-ntdom at samba.anu.edu.au>
Subject: Re: profile directory
Date sent: Tue, 15 Sep 1998 04:05:15 +1000
> On Mon, 14 Sep 1998, Jeremy Allison wrote:
> > *Please* send me the netmon captures so I can fix this :-) !
> The capture is ready, where do you want it ?
> > There are 4 methods of SMB password changing (great
> > protocol huh :-).
> > 1). Plain text -- Samba does this.
> > 2). The little-known Lanman hash password changing method.
> > This is an old compatibility mode in which only the
> > lanman hash is done. NT can do this if you don't support
> > the NT password changing methods. Samba also supports this.
> > 3). The Win95 encrypted password change method - Samba does this.
> > 4). The undocumented NT password change RPC - this is the only
> > one that Samba doesn't do yet.
> > It is vauguely possible that his NT setup was using method
> > (2) as Samba was announcing no support for NT RPC calls and
> > now we're announcing such, method (2) is no longer being
> > used.
> You mean NT SMB calls ? As samba is annoucing NT RPC calls since day one
> of PDC support. Or I missed something
> Before replying, I checked myself with:
> An NT4 SP1 workstation,
> A samba PDC server checked out on July 10 or so, which doesn't
> have the NT SMB calls but have the spoolss support (my dev server)
> I tried to change my password from the Ctrl|alt|del windows and it was
> unsuccessful. I didn't try from a dos box with a net user command. Anybody
> tried ?
NET USER fritz blabla /DOMAIN
RPC don't be successful.
(I'm using a German language NT4-WS-SP3).
mkoelle at gmx.de
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