Trouble authenticating with OfficeJet CIFS client

Bob Richmond bob at
Thu Jul 19 23:57:12 GMT 2007

Hmm, I see that now. So, what is the meaning of "User ID" in the context 
of the first sessionsetupX response for NTLMSSP_CHALLENGE, if the CIFS 
client hasn't yet specified the username it wants to authenticate as?

Jeremy Allison wrote:

> On Wed, Jul 18, 2007 at 02:10:45PM -0700, Bob Richmond wrote:
>> The last section of my initial message is the debug 10 log from a failed 
>> authentication:
>> Also note that it was able to authenticate properly if I turned "use 
>> spnego" off in the server.
> Ok, I've finally tracked this down. It's actually a bug in the printer,
> in that we're changing the valid userid between the first sessionsetupX
> and the second one - which Windows clients accept, but the printer keeps
> sending the first uid (100) instead of the one we finally validated
> with (101). I'll look into this - it would be nice to not re-allocate
> a new vuid if it was a partially valid one (that would match a Windows
> server).
> Jeremy.

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