No guest access after winbind authentication failure

Gerald (Jerry) Carter jerry at
Wed Nov 30 13:22:06 GMT 2005

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Shlomi Yaakobovich wrote:
| Hi all,
| I've noticed that when we're using winbind (3.0.20a), and
| we give a bad username, we always fail to login, even
| if guest ok = yes. We also have map to guest = bad user,
| and have tried also with bad password and same results.
| The error that is given is NT_STATUS_NO_LOGON_SERVERS
| from auth_winbind.c (139), and this results in no access
| at all. I am wondering why this is like this, and how
| can we change this to allow guest access when winbind
| reports an error. If this is a bug then it is easily
| reproducable for me and I'd like to help fix it.

The NO_LOGON_SERVERS bug should be fixed in the
current code.  And if winbindd erport NO_SUCH_USER,
then "map to guest = bad user" should take affect.
What error is winbindd reporting for an unknown user?

cheers, jerry
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