[Samba] NT MD4 password check failed
p.krishna at diversityarrays.com
Thu Nov 17 05:50:56 GMT 2005
check the permission settings on the share or the home directory,
Check your global settings:
logon home = \\%L\%U\.profile
logon drive = H:
and the permissions on the share:
comment = Home Directories
valid users = %U
writeable = yes
browseable = no
read only = no
guest ok = no
printable = no
and it can only be mapped automatically if your PC is the domain
member else you have to go to run and type "\\samba server name" and see
whether you are able to see your home directory.
I used to have this error if the smbpassword is different from the
Linux Local user password.
Vincente Aggrippino wrote:
>I'm sorry for asking a question which has been asked so many times
>before, but I can't seem to find the answer...
>How do I get to access my home directory on a Linux server running
>Samba from a Windows XP client?
>I'm getting "NT MD4 password check failed" in the log file even though
>the Windows client is listed in hosts.equiv. More information
>I have a small home network consisting of a Linux (SuSE 10.0) server
>and two Windows XP clients. Since I can't get things working
>properly, I've added log level = 10 to my smb.conf.
>The two users on my network are my wife and myself.
>I want to map drive H (for home :)) on the Windows clients to the home
>directory on the Linux server. So, I have a standard [homes] section
>in my smb.conf.
>Both of the accounts on the clients have a capitalized first letter
>and the Linux usernames are all lowercase. So, I have added the
>usernames to /etc/samba/smbusers so that the Windows username will map
>properly to the Linux usernames. This seems to be working properly:
>[2005/11/17 11:37:29, 10] lib/username.c:user_in_list(583)
> user_in_list: checking user Vince in list
>[2005/11/17 11:37:29, 10] lib/username.c:user_in_list(587)
> user_in_list: checking user |Vince| against |Vince|
>[2005/11/17 11:37:29, 3] lib/username.c:map_username(212)
> Mapped user Vince to vince
>Neither of our accounts on the Windows XP clients have passwords. We
>just use the Welcome screen and click on our names. So, I have added
>the host names to /etc/hosts.equiv and added hosts equiv =
>/etc/hosts.equiv to smb.conf so that, when the client tries to connect
>to the server it shouldn't need to provide a password to go with the
>username. This is the part that doesn't seem to be working:
>[2005/11/17 11:37:29, 9] passdb/passdb.c:pdb_update_autolock_flag(2333)
> pdb_update_autolock_flag: Account vince not autolocked, no check needed
>[2005/11/17 11:37:29, 4] libsmb/ntlm_check.c:ntlm_password_check(326)
> ntlm_password_check: Checking NT MD4 password
>[2005/11/17 11:37:29, 3] libsmb/ntlm_check.c:ntlm_password_check(344)
> ntlm_password_check: NT MD4 password check failed for user vince
>Does anyone know the solution to this problem?
> Vince Aggrippino
> vaggrippino at gmail.com
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