FW: [Samba] (no subject)
troy.johnson at health.state.mn.us
Tue Oct 29 16:16:47 GMT 2002
I think that the "encrypt passwords"
option is what controls how Samba interacts with
the client. It is necessary to make the clients
use encrypted passwords when Samba is relaying
authentication to a domain controller because
those are the only kind of password credentials
the domain controller likes (by default, I think).
If you don't force the client to use encrypted
passwords, you relay clear text stuff to the
domain controller, which rejects it, and then
Samba is obligated to reject the client connection.
I hope that's right, understandable, and helpful.
>>> "Rend, Jon (Jon) %" <rend at agere.com> 10/29/02 08:58AM >>>
OK, I'm just a thick bod sometimes. I remembered 1 thing I changed
thought was only relevant if the SAMBA server was authenticating and
it's smb passwd file, which I'm not. I commented out:
encrypted passwords = yes
Now it all works again now I have uncommented it. Can someone enlighten
why this is relevant if my DOMAIN Controller is doing the
which is an NT Box, shame on it. I'll tell you I commented it out and I
the original problem. Weird.
From: Rend, Jon (Jon) %
Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 8:23 AM
To: samba at samba.org
Subject: FW: [Samba] (no subject)
Jesus how do u post something, it always comes back :(
From: Rend, Jon (Jon) % [mailto:rend at agere.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 8:05 AM
To: 'samba at lists.samba.org'
Subject: [Samba] (no subject)
On friday we changed our smb.conf file to test the security model that
DOMAIN authenticacion. It worked fine testing two seperate usernames
Multiple Workstations connecting to a WORLD access share on the SAMBA
I have to say nothing has changed at all since friday, apart from the
weekend :) and we now get this MS error message when trying to connect
same share again from WINDOWS:
"The account is not authorized to log in from this station"
Just to confirm that on both WorkStations no network shares existed
tried again today?
Should I update to the latest version of SAMBA and include the and/or
parameter Trusted Domains = yes wlthough I believe this is default (we
in a trusted DOMAIN)?????
This is an example of our smb.conf file:
Our Version = Samba 2.2.0 on Solairs 8.0
workgroup = VTC
server string = mn01m0008.agere.com
announce as = NT
local master = no
preferred master = no
domain master = no
os level = 33
wins server = 184.108.40.206
remote announce = 220.127.116.11
password server = *
security = domain
# encrypt passwords = yes
Any help would be truly GREAT, even the NT boyz are stumped??????
Office 651-675-3064* 1230 Northland DriveF
Cell Phone 651-253-3703 Mendota, MN 55120
mailto: rend at agere.com *
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