[Samba] Re: Welcome to the "samba" mailing list

Jeff Bluemel jeff at domintcom.com
Wed Oct 16 18:32:01 GMT 2002

I am trying to set samba up so that it will allow connections from a certain
IP range, and allow any user to view a share with no validation of the user.
I am setting this up under sco unix.

    netbios name = BILL2000
    server string = BILL2000
    security = SHARE
    guest account = ntsuser
    oplocks = False
    null passwords = yes
    encrypt passwords = yes
    remote announce =
    remote browse sync =
    remote browse sync =

    comment = NTS Shared Data
    path = /u/NTS/dat
    read only = No
    guest ok = Yes
    public = yes

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