[Samba] Samba vs Microsoft Logon Protocols
servergremlin at gmail.com
Tue Sep 25 20:02:14 GMT 2007
I am trying to figure out how the different values for "max
protocol" and "min protocol" (as seen in the smb.conf man page under the
"max protocol" section) correlate to the Microsoft jargon for the
different logon protocols. Here is what I've determined. Could some
please verify this for me?
CORE ??? (Something really old that I don't care about)
COREPLUS ??? (Something really old that I don't care about)
LANMAN LAN Manager (LM)
LANMAN2 LAN Manager (LM)
** Not Supported NTLMv2
Microsoft does not seem to differentiate between a LANMAN and a
LANMAN2 on their website, I usually just see references to a "LAN
Manager (LM)". I never see a reference on Microsoft.com to an "NT1"
protocol; I think what the smb.conf man page refers to as NT1 is
NTLMv1. And I believe that Samba does not support the latest and
Is all that accurate?
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