SAMBA digest 1440
Hiran.Chaudhuri at lrz.fh-muenchen.de
Wed Oct 8 07:13:03 GMT 1997
samba at samba.anu.edu.au wrote:
> Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 16:58:08 +0100
> From: "Axel Tanner" <axs at zurich.ibm.com>
> To: samba at samba.anu.edu.au
> Subject: Problem to log into Samba (AFS) from NT: needs password
> Message-ID: <41256524.0056B355.00 at notesmta.zurich.ibm.com>
> In my setup I try to log into a Samba server (1.9.17p2) on AIX 4.1(to
> access to AFS) from an NT workstation.
> Although I am logged into the NT workstation with the same
> which is also necessary to get access to AFS, it doesn't authenticate
> me on
> the first try, but asks for the password again. Typing in this very
> password again now gives me access ...
> >From Thomas Kirchtag I got this info:
> > I had the same problem. My solution was to use the homedirectory on
> Samba server as my WinNT
> > Homedir (via Usermanager).
> > Now everything works perfect.
> > Thomas
> >Thomas KIRCHTAG mailto:tkircht at iDAS.co.at
> >Tel.:++43-664/223 16 23
> >FAX :++43-1/689 82 52 http://www.iDAS.co.at
> and yes, with this setting it works - unfortunately I don't like use
> it in
> this way.
> Therefore my question:
> - Does somebody have this working with not using the homedir on the
> server, but not being asked for the password?
> - Does somebody understand, what the problem is?
> Any help appreciated!
> PS Below is part of my smb.conf
> Axel Tanner
> IBM Zurich Research Laboratory email: axs at zurich.ibm.com
Maybe NT likes to have encrypted passwords which are not supported by
samba unless configured. In the SAMBA docs there should be something
about NT, encryption and the registry setting that has to be changed to
make NT happy without encryption.
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