[Samba] Multi OS boot and shared secret trouble
rob.shinn at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 17:04:07 GMT 2008
There are no options that aren't a security nightmare other than using
different hostnames for each OS.
On 12/11/08, Frank Bonnet <f.bonnet at esiee.fr> wrote:
> We are facing a boring trouble with multi OB boot machines
> that access to our samba server.
> All machines authenticate to samba PDC ( linux debian etch + windows )
> It appears when machines windows's bootup the shared secret is changed
> by windows
> if we reboot the same machine under Linux it cannot authenticate
> anymore because Linux does NOT change the shared secret ...
> The machines have the same hostname/IP address with Linux and Windows ...
> Anyone knows a workaround/option ?
> Frank Bonnet
> ESIEE Paris
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