[Samba] "account not authorized to log in from this station" -
What's with this?
abartlet at samba.org
Fri Jul 26 20:24:02 GMT 2002
"Clay, John" wrote:
> I have set up a samba server on a standard tcp/ip lan, nt servers, nt
> workstations (some 98 and 1, 95).
> > I can access palmdata, and the files within, from my nt box without any
> > sort of authentication.
> > From any other nt box on the lan I get the authentication dialog box.
> > Given the smb.conf file, below, it seems like I shouldn't. At any rate it
> > fails when using a username/password that exists on samba box and that is
> > member of root. The message I get is in the subject line of this post.
> > If I understand correctly, and to exaggerate a little, anyone in this
> > galaxy who is connected to my lan via tcp/ip ought to be able to access
> > humphry, palmdata and printers.
> > Any ideas??
> > Thanks
> > John Clay
> > # Samba config file created using SWAT
> > # from localhost (127.0.0.1)
> > # Date: 2002/07/19 15:09:32
> > # Global parameters
> > [global]
> > workgroup = LFRG-TLH
> > netbios name = HUMPHRY
> > # security = DOMAIN
> > # encrypt passwords = Yes
You must set this option for any modern MS client (NT4 > SP3, Win9X >
95OSR1 etc) to connect. You must also setup an smbpasswd file, adding
your users to it.
Alternatively, you may set the registry hack on the client, see the
docs/ in the samba tarball.
(The default is off)
> > min passwd length = 0
> > null passwords = Yes
> > # password server = TLH-FILE-PRINT
> > guest ok = yes
> > [palmdata]
> > path = /palmdata
> > read only = No
> > guest ok = Yes
> > [print$]
> > path = /test
> > guest ok = Yes
> > printable = Yes
> > print command = /usr/bin/lpr -r %s
> > printer name = lp
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Andrew Bartlett abartlet at pcug.org.au
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