[Samba] Bad lockout attempt recorded 2x
jeremy.bender at baesystems.com
Thu Oct 14 14:46:41 GMT 2004
Thanks for input. But before I file a bug report I was poking around
and found what seemed to be a fix
back in 3.0beta2.
Section: "Changes since 3.0beta2" bullet number 6.
Is this the same issue?
Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
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> Jeremy Bender wrote:
> | Example:
> | I logon to my Windows box as 'bender'
> | I also have the samba users 'bob', 'chuck' and 'bender'.
> | If I Map a Share as bob and mess up twice (or once) and then
> | successfully logon, the 'Bad password count' for 'bob' will
> | correctly be 0, but for bender it will be 2. If I logon
> | as 'chuck' and mess up once - 'bender' is now locked
> | out!!
> This is windows trying to use cached credentials I think.
> | that, all the shares on my samba server are
> | locked out to EVERYONE until I either remove user 'bender' or
> | ./pdbedit -z -c='' bender
> That would be a bug. Mind filing a report at bugzilla.samba.org.
> cheers, jerry
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