[Samba] Private shares problem

Thron Havens thavens at minkagroup.net
Mon Oct 13 17:02:52 GMT 2003



I have something weird going on and I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I
have Samba 2.2.8a running on FreeBSD 5.1 with NTLM authentication. I have
been able to get a public share to work and it authenticates fine. When I
try to create a private share with only 1 or 2 users having access it asks
for a user name and password and when I supply the username and password it
won't authenticate the NTLM username. BTW I'm using WinXP to connect to
Samba and this is what my log.winbindd shows
"nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth_crap(147) [531]: pam auth crap
domain: DOMAIN-NAME user: USERNAME". Here is a copy of my smb.conf does
anyone see anything wrong?


workgroup = DOMAIN-NAME

netbios name = SERVER-NAME

server string = proxy

security = domain

log file = /var/log/sambalog.%m

encrypt passwords = yes

local master = no

os level = 0 

domain master = no

preferred master = no

wins support = no

wins server =

wins proxy = no

dns proxy = no

log level = 3 

max log size = 100000000

load printers = no



winbind uid = 10000-20000

winbind gid = 10000-20000

winbind enum users = yes

winbind enum groups = yes

winbind separator = .

winbind use default domain = yes

template homedir = /usr/share/%U

template shell = /bin/false

password server = * 

name resolve order = hosts lmhosts wins bcast

nt acl support = yes



comment = temporary file space

path = /usr/proxy

browsable = yes 

read only = no

public = yes

printable = no

writeable = yes



comment = sarg report files

path = /usr/report


browsable = yes

read only = no 

#public = yes 

printable = no

writeable = yes


Thanks in advance for your help.










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