Restricting samba clients to a single user
borsenkow.msk at sni.de
Mon Aug 10 17:14:02 GMT 1998
One way is as following:
include = /usr/local/lib/smb.d/usr.%m
in your master smb.conf and for every PC with name %m create the above
valid users = <your user name>
See smb.conf(5) about %m, include and valid users.
If file won't be found, the include line will simply be ignored, so some
of your PCs can be restricted and other not.
Guillermo Sansovic wrote:
> I have set up a network of about 60 PC's running Windows 95 with a Samba
> server running on Solaris. We have domain logons. Everything working great.
> What I need to do now is to assign each PC to one user so that each user is
> only allowed to logon in his/her PC. I have read all the docs and lists I
> could find but only found a passing reference to doing this with preexec but
> I couldn't make it work since preexec ignores the exit status of the command
> it executes.
> I would appreciate any help, and if I have to resort to programming, some
> pointers on where to begin in the source.
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