[Samba] Users with changed passwords can't log on remotely (but
eholden at mclean.harvard.edu
Tue Jan 18 19:46:49 GMT 2005
Yes. I have a share called "NRL Folders" I can't browse it or any
other shares. On the local machine I can; that is, on the server I can
use the smbclient to connect to 127.0.0.1 and list shares that way. But
not from another machine.
It's not a network thing, because it is user-specific. Any user who has
been added, or who has had his or her password changed, since the
migration to the new machine cannot log on from other computers (but can
connect with smbclient on 127.0.0.1). So I assumed it was a problem
related to secrets.tdb, since the names of the machines have changed and
I know this sort of thing is in the secrets.tdb file.
:: Ed Holden
:: Administrator, Research Information Systems
:: McLean Hospital
:: Tel: (617) 855-2822
:: Web: http://research.mclean.harvard.edu/ris
Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:
> Ed Holden wrote:
>> Actually it's not a PDC. Most of the clients are Mac OS X, with a few
>> Windows machines here and there, so no client machines are actually
>> joined to the domain. The issue is purely with connecting.
> so what do you mean by logging in? browsing a share protected with
> username/password, or what?
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