samba in an NT Domain?

Chris Herrmann chris at
Thu Jan 25 00:16:42 GMT 2001

so now you're using security = domain ???

-----Original Message-----
From: samba-admin at [mailto:samba-admin at]On
Behalf Of Larry Clark
Sent: Thursday, 25 January 2001 12:00
To: Bill Grzanich; samba at
Subject: Re: samba in an NT Domain?

ok I am getting somewhere. I changed the security domain and
passwd server = "passwd server" and I am now able to log in lickety
split. no problems. I was using security = server. and I would get
problems like you wouldn't believe. now it seems to work fine, oh yea,
passwd are encrypted too.....thanks

Bill Grzanich wrote:
> Hi, Larry.
> > is anyone using a samba server with in an NT domain where it is
> > authenticating users back to the NT domain controller? if so I would
> > like to here from you and see your smb.conf file thanks....larry
> >
> I've been following your discussion in the mailing list.  I've attached an
> abbreviated copy of my smb.conf for your review.  We have one Linux server
> (RedHat 6.2) and two NT servers in our network.  One of the NT servers is
> the PDC and is used to authenticate users.  I've deleted some of the
> and user shares to reduce the file size, but I've left the [global]
> intact. I hope this helps.
> -Bill
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                Name: smb.conf
>    smb.conf    Type: unspecified type (application/octet-stream)
>            Encoding: 7bit

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