Windows 95 Original Passwords
sharpe at ns.aus.com
Tue Jun 20 03:20:30 GMT 2000
At 11:51 PM 6/19/00 -0500, you wrote:
>Richard Sharpe wrote:
>> At 11:56 PM 6/19/00 +1000, Chris Tooley wrote:
>> >How do I enable encrypted passwords on the older Win 95 machines then?
>> >I didn't have to install the PlainText registry hack and when a
>> >do that hack with a DWORD of "0" it doesn't seem to make a
>> You don't have to. If the server supports encrypted passwords,
>> the client will use them!
>> The server specifies that it supports encrypted passwords in
>> the response to the NegProt request.
>I am the only one who gets tired of explaining this? :-)
>I now you've answered it a lot as well.
Yes, I know, but given that Chris Tooley replied with extra info, it is
So, Chris, can you tell us more.
I think that the only thing you have to do with the very first Win95
release to enable encrypted passwords is to tell Samba to use encrypted
Can you send me a tcpdump trace of it failing?
Richard Sharpe, sharpe at ns.aus.com
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