[Samba] How does WinXP pass
Ow Mun Heng
ow.mun.heng at wdc.com
Wed Dec 10 03:19:06 GMT 2003
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> From: GhodMode [mailto:linuxmail at carolina.rr.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 10:50 AM
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> Subject: [Samba] How does WinXP pass
> I have a small network that includes two Linux computers and
> one Windows
> XP Pro computer.
> I'm trying to get share my Linux resources properly with the Windows
> computer. If I set it for share level security and set a
> user name for
> each share, along with guest ok, then I can get in as whichever user
> I've set... even root.
> The workgroup of the Windows
> XP computer is "HOME". The user name and password I use on
> the Windows
> XP computer is the same as an account on the Linux computer.
Based on my limited experience.. On a win2K/95/98 system.. using the same
username & passwords on both the windows and linux would not prompt you for
but since this is XP and the only thing I've heard of is the 'sign & seal'
XP registry hack.. I'm not sure.. Maybe you can try that out?
> read only = No
> guest ok = No
In the default smb.conf, isn't there a macro in there? something like homes
= %S or something like that? It's to share, by default, the home directory
based on the username & pass that's passed when you browse to the Linux
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