smb.conf.%U problem for NT (95 ok)
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Thu Mar 25 14:28:59 GMT 1999
On Fri, 26 Mar 1999, Gerald Carter wrote:
> Syahrul Sazli Shaharir wrote:
> > Hi SMB'ers,
> > Summary: smb.conf.%U doesn't work on NT clients (Win 95 OK).
> Are you referring to domain logons? Windows NT and 95
> handle things very differently. Actually I mentioned this
> problem to Luke back in August of last year. The issue is that
> during a domain logon, it is the machine that has the connection
> and not the user. If I remember correctly, this is the case up
> to the mounting of the user's home directory.
correct. a "fix" for this is to reject anonymous ipc$ connections.
some clients then attempt an authenticated connection.
> That is why you
> see the %U being expanded to nobody. I'm guesing what you
> want to do is to use the include and %U to set things passed
> by back in the USER_INFO_21 struct (is that the right one?)
> during logon.
yep. i have to do a hack, and set a boolean "samlogon_in_ssb" to read
USER_INFO_21 user name not [null-session] IPC$ user name.
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