sysrm at stvincent.ac.uk
Fri Apr 23 09:49:34 GMT 2004
Hi, im having an on going issue with authentication to machines connected to
a samba domain.
What im trying to do it connect to machines on my network which are part of
a domain called ACADEMIC.
When I put in \\machinename\c$ it prompts me for a username/password, even
tho on this local machine (which isnt connected to domain academic) the
username/password are the same (Administrator)
So I put in the administrator username/password it doesn't take it. I then
put in ACADEMIC/Administrator & password it doesn't like it either. The only
way it does like it is if I put in machinename/Administrator & password.
Looking in the samba log I cannot see any attempts to connect to samba from
my machine or the machine im connecting to when I try the
ACADEMIC/Administrator & password way.
Is there something I can set in smb.conf or I need to set on my workstation
or the workstation I am connecting to that would allow either straight
administrator or academic\Administrator? With 350 machines I don't really
want to have to connect to each computer using the machinename\Administrator
The main reason im doing this is to run audit services on each machine to
find out memory/cpu etc, since I have about 350 machines over several sites
its not practical to go to each machine and install software or to inspect
Any help in the matter gratefully received.
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