[Samba] Re: Unable to authenticate against an OS/2 PDC
olivier_eymere at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 3 17:57:53 GMT 2005
Jeremy Allison wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 01, 2005 at 04:48:17PM -0700, Olivier Eymere wrote:
>> I also have a iptrace of an OS/2 client - OS/2 PDC login that is
>> and the Session Setup AndX Request does specify a user in the request. I
>> can provide the iptraces and smb.conf files if needed. Has anyone tried
>> configure Samba to use an OS/2 PDC for authentication? Is it possible?
> Currenly only under security=server mode I believe. OS/2 does have it's
> own RAP methods of doing domain logons I think but Samba doesn't currently
> support them from smbd. It could be added, but it's not a high priority
> right now.
Does that mean that logons should be possible with security=server mode? I
can attest that security=domain does not work at all. It was when I had
set security to server that I was able to get some semblance of a
coversation between Samba and the OS/2 server. However, the Session Setup
AndX request is made with an empty Account field. To that the OS/2 domain
controller responds with an access denied error and that is the end of it.
If it is possible using security=server mode does anyone have an idea of how
Samba needs to be configured? This is what I have in smb.conf that is
relevant to this issue:
workgroup = MYWG
netbios name = SMBSRV
security = server
password server = PDC
preferred master = no
domain master = no
domain logons = no
encrypt passwords = yes
comment = "NT Domain netlogon commands"
path = /opt/samba/netlogon
writeable = no
guest ok = no
share modes = no
comment = "User profiles"
path = /opt/samba/profiles
browseable = no
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