Samba and authentication
borsenkow.msk at sni.de
Wed Aug 12 10:56:08 GMT 1998
Kunze, Axel (Fa. SUN) wrote:
> Hello dear list-members !
> Security is set to server and points to our NT DC's in the domain
> a) User A has an account in the Domain and request a share, he will be
> authenticated against the NT DC'S, this is ok ....
> b) User B has NO account in the Domain and requests a share, he will be
> rejected by the DC's
> One short question:
> Is it possible for samba to fallback to a UNIX account (smbpasswd) for
> USER B ?
One very vague idea is to use substitution. E.g. put something like
include = /usr/local/lib/smb.auth/%S
in global section, and put
security = user
in these files for non-NT users. It *may* even be possible to use
security = server
include = ...
so, that the second will override the first if include file exists. You
will have to do it for every user.
Andrej Borsenkow Fax: +7 (095) 737 2723
SNI ITS Moscow Tel: +7 (095) 737 2747
NERV: borsenkow.msk E-Mail: borsenkow.msk at sni.de
More information about the samba