Changing your samba password from windows
Greg J. Zartman
greg at kwikfind.com
Fri Mar 9 16:07:36 GMT 2001
The other place that this little error message pops up is when you input and
incorrect password when trying to log into a Win2K client. I'm sure the two
are related, but the RPC stuff is over my head....
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gerald Carter" <gcarter at valinux.com>
To: "Jeremy Allison" <jeremy at valinux.com>
Cc: "Philipp Hug" <philipp at hug.cx>; "David Bannon"
<D.Bannon at latrobe.edu.au>; <samba-ntdom at us5.samba.org>; "Samba technical"
<samba-technical at samba.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2001 10:32 PM
Subject: Re: Changing your samba password from windows
> On Thu, 08 Mar 2001 13:03:39 Jeremy Allison wrote:
> > Philipp Hug wrote:
> > >
> > > I tried the same on Win2k (with CVS version of Samba 2.2) and got
> > the same
> > > message:
> > >
> > > [2001/03/07 23:51:34, 0] > >
> > > _samr_get_dom_pwinfo: Not yet implemented.
> > Yes, I'm looking at this one also. It's currently an undocumented
> > and encrypted RPC that W2K seems to need to succeed on SAMR before
> > it will allow password change. WinNT doesn't need this so it works.
> > I'm looking into what to return here (we currently just return
> > zeros which obviously isn't correct).
> I have only seen SAMR_GET_USRDOM_PWINFO (opnum 0x2c) when a Win2k
> client joins an NT 4 domain. Ooops, there is opnum 0x38
> in the Win2k user password change. Hmmm....should just return
> a policy handle and a four byte return value.
> Interesting though, I don;t see it being closed by the Win2k
> client....Hmmm....Don't see where the results of SAMR_GET_DOM_PWINFO
> are being used in SAMR_CHGPASSWD_USER.
> btw...what is the "MSRPC Authenticationm Verifier" that I see
> after the Stud Data in netmon 1.x?
> Cheers, jerry
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