[Samba] RE: authenticating NT users with space in username?
superx308 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 5 15:01:50 GMT 2006
I'm not getting an error per se, but I just cannot connect with a username
with a space in it.
I have set the security to domain and bound shares to specific users. For
example, user "jeff" would have access only to his /home/jeff share using
the "force user = jeff". However, I don't know how to allow "temp user"
access to his /home/tempuser share. When I try to add force user = "temp
user" it doesn't work, nor does force user = temp user. When temp user tries
to connect, he's just denied.
I am using Mac OSX server 10.4.8 and whatever version of Samba is on it. I
appreciate all your help Simo.
Simo Sorce wrote:
> On Tue, 2006-12-05 at 08:21 -0600, James A. Dinkel wrote:
>> Are you sure you are not looking at the user's full name? I'm pretty
>> sure Windows does not allow usernames with spaces.
> You are pretty wrong. Windows accepts both users and groups name with
> spaces (Domain Admins, Domain Users, ...).
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: poisonpill
>> I know it's ridiculous, but I have a userbase where every username has a
>> space in it. IE: "temp user". Is it possible to use samba to
>> these users? So far I have been able to accept usernames without spaces
>> flawlessly, but not the ones with spaces.
>> Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
> what kind of error do you get back, can you explain step by step how to
> reproduce it and how it fails?
> What samba version? What OS?
> Simo Sorce
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