[Samba] is the domain admin password stored on the local machine?
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Sat Jun 11 21:25:56 GMT 2005
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Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:
| Gerald (Jerry) Carter schrieb:
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|> Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:
|> | I just wanted to know if the domain admin password is
|> | stored on the local machine, when that machine joins
|> | the domain? Or is it just used to authenticate, and it is
|> | not stored anywhere on the workstation?
|> only the machine trust account password is stored on the local
|> machine. The admin password is justed used in the initial
|> connection when joining the domain.
| But waht happens when a domain user logs into a Windows machine (or a
| domain admin, which is also a user)?
| From this time on, the password is "cached" somewhere on the
| workstation, right?
Samba does not cache passwords. A windows workstation will
cache passwords, but smbd does not.
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