rtanner at linfield.edu
Thu Oct 5 14:25:19 GMT 2000
security=domain means that PDC and not the smbpasswd file is the point of
authentication. The smbpasswd file is not referred to at all. Of course,
the underlying security method on UNIX/Linux is file ownerships and
permissions and so the domain user account must map to a valid UNIX/Linux
account on the SAMBA server or the user won't be able to access any files
other than as a guest.
--On 10/05/00 08:15:48 AM +0200 Seip Christian <cseip at sr-online.de> wrote:
> Are you folks using "security = domain"?
> Did you add the users to the smbpasswd without password? "smbpasswd -a -n
> Do you use NT workstation with plain text passwords enabled?
> I had the same problem about two weeks ago but it's solved now.
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