Samba 2.2.pre3 vs. 1.9.18 with unknown users
abartlet at pcug.org.au
Thu Jan 10 04:24:02 GMT 2002
"Ph. Marek" wrote:
> >> BUT.
> >> With Samba 2.2pre3 (current CVS snapshot) samba sends a
> >> STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE (looked into the packet sniffed off the network).
> >> 1.9.18 sent a "bad password".
> >Yep, in the time since Samba 2.2.2 jra added NT_STATUS support to the
> >2.2 branch. They have been enabled in HEAD for a bit longer, and the
> >new auth subsystem uses them in particular.
> >> This seems to lead NT to the conclusion that the user could have been ok,
> >> and resends the "old" username (which wasn't specified and was so taken as
> >> the currently logged on user) instead of the given one - which doesn't
> >> work, of course.
> >This is interesting, becouse I thought I had mimiced the NT behavoiur.
> >I'm intrested in why these doesn't work.... In particualr, are these
> >funciton calls current, or backward compatible versions?
> Well, AFAIK the used WNetAddConnection2()-function is not deprecated.
OK, just checking.
> >Can you please try the current HEAD CVS? In particular can you please
> >confirm if the behaviour is different to NT/Win2k/XP?
> If I understand you correctly you want to know if this program works
> against a NT (server), a Win2k (server) or a XP (server)?
> Or, if you want me to run this program in Win2k or XP, that'll take some
> time - as it's in security architecture written for a smartcard solution
> for NT. I'd have to write a new program for these architectures.
> Please clarify on this point.
Test against them as servers (ie replace samba).
> Are you interested in sniffer dumps or samba-logs or similar?
> BTW, using "username map" didn't help - maybe I've done something wrong.
Username map is irrelvent in this situation (I think).
If you can show a microsoft server giving a different repsonse to a
Samba server then I want to know about it.
Andrew Bartlett abartlet at pcug.org.au
Manager, Authentication Subsystems, Samba Team abartlet at samba.org
Student Network Administrator, Hawker College abartlet at hawkerc.net
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