josephk at std.teradyne.com
Fri Sep 14 16:05:01 GMT 2001
What it looks like it is doing is only recognizing
the first "nobody" and no-one else. (That maybe
a fluke though, and it is actually not recognizing
"nobody" at all.)
Any more thoughts???
Thanks so much for your suggestions so far.
Karyn Joseph wrote:
> Hi --
> 1. Before I upgraded to version 2.2.1 my users were
> able to access the server without entering a
> password. They only had to enter their password
> whenever they tried to access the share. Just
> like connecting to any other NT server. Now
> when someone connects to \\servername they are
> immediately prompted for a password. Any ideas?
> 2. Another closely related issue (I think) is
> that my customers also used to be able to access
> a certain share that has "guest allow = Yes"
> without passing. Now it asks for a password.
> Here are my [Global] and guest share entries:
> workgroup = DOMAIN
> netbios name = NAME
> server string = Samba %v on (%L)
> min passwd length = 6
> log level = 1
> log file = /net/adm/samba/samba.log.%L
> local master = No
> wins server = 184.108.40.206
> homedir map = u_auto
> NIS homedir = Yes
> hosts allow = ###.###.
> comment = Xwire directory
> path = /net/wirelist
> read only = No
> writeable = Yes
> create mask = 0664
> guest ok = Yes
> guest only = Yes
> Karyn Joseph EIT - Agoura, CA
> UNIX Administrator 818/874-6116
Karyn Joseph EIT - Agoura, CA
UNIX Administrator 818/874-6116
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