Browsing and passwords
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Mon Feb 8 00:26:38 GMT 1999
the client should automatically attempt an anonymous connection if the
authenticated connection fails. this i have definitely seen on nt
clients, i haven't observed 95 clients in action for over 2 years.
On Thu, 4 Feb 1999, Richard Sharpe wrote:
> I have seen some cases where I have been asked for a password in trying to
> browse a system in network neighbour hood.
> In looking at what is going on down at the SMB level, Win 95 is doing a
> SessionSetup&X using my logon username and the password I logged on with.
> So, clearly, if I do not have an account on the machine I am trying to
> browse, I will have problems.
> Is there any way to force all access to IPC$ to be via the guest account?
> I have thought about map user etc, and wonder if this can be used to only
> map to guest on password failures for IPC$ but not other shares?
> Richard Sharpe, sharpe at ns.aus.com, NIC-Handle:RJS96
> NS Computer Software and Services P/L,
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