jra at samba.org
Sun Nov 11 00:39:09 GMT 2001
On Sun, Nov 11, 2001 at 02:05:22PM +1100, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> In the case of the ./configure options, the configure parameters are
> going because the code they configure will be ditched.
Like I say, any configure options are fair game between even
minor releases :-).
> Just to clear things up a little:
> I am not proposing removing security=, only security=server and
> security=domain, to be replaced by a much more flexible mechanism called
> 'auth order'.
> So users on stand alone SMB servers will see *no* difference, only users
> using security=server or security=domain are affected.
> I also don't mind keeping a computability entry such that 'security =
> domain' implies 'auth order = guest, domain, local' (which is equivalent
> to current behavior), but it will contain *loud* warnings.
Backward compatibility is king (or queen in my case :-). That
was exactly what I proposed to tridge :-).
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