Samba-3.3.8 server fails to authenticate a Windows client (when it uses "NTLMv2 Only")
Narendra Kumar S.S
ssnkumar at gmail.com
Tue Mar 22 22:53:23 MDT 2011
Thanks for the information. I will try 3.4.1 and check.
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On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 10:11 PM, Stefan (metze) Metzmacher <metze at samba.org
> Hi Narendra,
> > I have setup a samba share and running samba server (samba-3.3.8) on a
> > CentOS box.
> > I connect to this from my Windows 7 client.
> > This works fine when I use NTLMv1 as authentication.
> > But, when I change my Windows 7 to use "NTLMv2 Only", the authentication
> > fails.
> > I saw "LOGON FAILURE" message (I don't know if I saw this message in
> > logs or Wireshark traces).
> > If I use a smbclient to connect and make it use NTLMv2 only, it works
> > So, the problem is only with NTLMv2 of Windows client.
> > Can somebody tell me if I need to do any specific setting for using
> > client.
> That was fixed in 3.3.9 (and 3.4.1 if I remember correctly) (see bug #6680)
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