Joel at HammersHome.com
Tue Nov 13 13:47:02 GMT 2001
You have to use the encrypt password parameter for the newer clients.
For your old clients, don't know what to do.
You could experiment, using a config file to switch smb.conf depending on
the client which connects.
man smb.conf has some information about config files and also what variables
are passed to samba when it connects to a client. One of those variables is
the os of the connecting client. Might help.
On Tue, Nov 13, 2001 at 02:07:31PM -0600, Zamani, Abdoul wrote:
> I would appreciate it if someone could help me out on this. Right
> now we have a very old version of Samba (dated 1996) which we map drives
> from window 95 to UNIX(AIX 433) box. We upgraded some of our desktop to
> Window 98 and 2000. Since then we are not able to map any drive which
> complain about invalid passwd. I heard the later version of windows
> using encrypted passwd. Please advise. What do I need to do? If I need
> to install the latest version of Samba, where do I get it from for AIX
> 433 and how to install it?
> I appreciate your help in this matter. THANKS.
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