[Samba] Samba vs Microsoft Logon Protocols

Server Gremlin servergremlin at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 14:01:40 GMT 2007

If my "mapping" of the notes in the smb.conf man page to the Microsoft 
jargon is incorrect, then could someone please provide me with a correct 
one?  In particular, I am most curious to know if I am right about NT1 
being the same thing as NTLMv1.  If it is, then what is NTLMv2?

Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
>>     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?
>> Samba                     Microsoft
>> 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)
>> NT1                        NTLMv1
>> ** Not Supported   NTLMv2
> Wrong, Samba support NTMLv2.  There is even an NTLMv2 section in the
> documentation.
> http://us1.samba.org/samba/docs/man/Samba-HOWTO-Collection/securing-samba.html#id380577

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