[Samba] Share-level security; how does it work?
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Tue Dec 19 03:49:43 GMT 2006
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> Hi guys,
> I have one FreeBSD server which will run Samba, and one windows client.
> I want the server to have two shares; each protected with their own
> password. So once i have connected the windows client to one share, when
> i click on the other a password-box should popup; with user-level
> security this does not work, Windows will use the same credentials as it
> used for the first share. So now i am trying share-level security.
> But how does it work? Documentation is lacking in my opinion; and google
> did not provide much help too. So i need:
security = share has been deprecated. I'd recommend against it.
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