don_mccall at hp.com
Fri Mar 16 14:21:23 GMT 2001
A couple of things.
If your unix user name and windows login name are different, you will
need to use the usermap option in smb.conf and create the mapping
between your windows login name to your unix login name.
for instance, in the user.map file, if you unix name is tom, but your
windows login name is jerry, you would have the entry:
jerry = tom
In addition, if you are using userlevel security for samba, EITHER you
will need to make a registry hack on the windows machine to make it send
cleartext passwords, or you will have to create an smbpasswd file to add
your windows user and password via the smbpasswd command;
see chapter 6 in the O'Reilly "Using Samba" manual, available for purchase
or online at
for specific details on how to do this.
Hope this helps,
From: Rodionov E. [mailto:gan at pfr.karelia.ru]
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2001 6:46 AM
To: samba at samba.org
Can you help me ?
Why my samba 2.0.7, don't ask login name? when i connect to it from windows?
It requests only password :(, but my windows login name and unix login
name do not coincide.
In log samba writes, that connect from user <my windows login>.
What have i do ?
Please help me.
With best wishes, Eugene
P.S.: sorry for my english :)
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