[Samba] Problem with Samba
Brian.Ross at dec.wa.gov.au
Mon Nov 24 02:26:34 GMT 2008
Yes, another newbie asking for help. Please bear with me. I don't doubt my problem has a simple solution but it has me stumped.
I have a solaris server which carries some confidential financial information on it. I have been asked to install samba on it to share out a particular directory. They obviously want to restrict access to this information. We run a Windows 2003 domain as well. My problem is that I cannot get my samba server to ask for user authentication (or rather, I can, if I slightly change the smb.conf file but then it asks for "Guest" rather than the user designated). My smb.conf file is:
workgroup = CALM
server string = calm-kens-27
security = DOMAIN
password server = 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124
username map = /etc/samba/smbusers
log file = /var/log/samba
max log size = 200
; min protocol = NT1
; preferred master = No
; local master = No
; domain master = No
; browse list = No
; enhanced browsing = No
dns proxy = No
wins server = 126.96.36.199
; ldap ssl = no
hosts allow = localhost,calm-kens-27,192.147.114.,188.8.131.52,10.20.201.59,10.20.200.119,10.20.201.88,10.20.201.175
hosts deny = All
;hosts allow = all
encrypt passwords = yes
browseable = no
;smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
path = /u02/prod/clmfinpr/clmfinprappl/calm/11.5.0/secure
comment = "DEC read only share"
read only = Yes
guest ok = no
;force user = finance
;force group = sw_user
hide dot files = No
inherit permissions = Yes
On another not unrelated problem, I am unable to get SWAT to work. I keep getting the message:
"This document contains no data, Try again later or contact the domain's administrator"
Any idea about how to get it working (this I suspect will help me to cure my configuration problem).
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