[Samba] security = none?

Joel Hammer Joel at HammersHome.com
Mon May 27 13:50:03 GMT 2002

Here is what I do. Seens to work as you would like.

	encrypt passwords = yes
	interfaces = 
	security = SHARE
	log level = 3 
	guest account = ftp
	hosts allow = 192.168.  127.0.0. 
	comment = All Files
	path = /
	read only = Yes
	guest ok = Yes

> hey guys. I am running a samba server on my machine at home, which has
> two other machines on it - both running windows, one's mine and one's
> my flatmates. Since I am running samba on a trusted network (and I do
> have the hosts allow rule restricting access so that when I connect to
> the net people can't just start using my samba server), I am wanting
> to essentially remove the security feature (well, for that reason and
> the fact that I can't get the bloody thing to work in either user or
> security mode). I have tried setting null passswords = true, but this
> doesn't seem to do anything. How can I just turn off security?
> -d
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