[Samba] NTLMv2 in Sun's 'official' Samba 3.0.37?
gaiseric.vandal at gmail.com
Tue Jan 5 09:04:17 MST 2010
It didn't work for me on Sun with Samba 3.0.37 either. I was under
the impression (quite possibly wrong) that for Win 7 support you would
need Samba 3.3.x or 3.4.x anyway. I have been testing the
sunfreeware.com version of samba 3.4.x (full zfs support seems to be
missing) and compiling it from scratch (getting kerberos enabled is a
problem.) And hoping that a Sun-provided build of 3.4.x comes out
sometime in the next 6 months. 3.0.x line is hitting a dead end.
(Dell has made our life easier in 2009 by still shipping us machines
with XP.) I have an open ticket with Sun on separate issue with
3.0.37 so I am hoping this will let me find out what their plans are.
On 12/27/09 19:29, Jake Carroll wrote:
> Hi all.
> Just looking for some guidance as to what works, and what doesn't.
> Recently I've noticed that no matter what I do, I can't seem to get NTLMv2 to negotiate using Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Mac OS X 10.6.x against Solaris 10 Samba 3.0.37.
> If I 'tune' the client OS that it only negotiates with NTLMv1, all is well. In my global block, on the Solaris Samba server, I have:
> client lanman auth=no
> client ntlmv2 auth=yes
> ntlm auth = no
> Now, I'd have thought that this would be enough to make NTLMv2 work along it's merry way - but apparently not. Whenever I attempt to connect and negotiate using NTLMv2, the client OS is given a generic 'incorrect username or password' response.
> So - the question. Does 3.0.37 actually even support NTLMv2? Am I doing something wrong in trying to turn it 'on'? Sun aren't talking, but I'm sure somebody here would know the history behind this...
> Thanks all.
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