[Samba] Two Windows users with two passwords must map to the same unix user
Jochen.Eggemann at nw-fva.de
Thu Nov 18 02:00:50 MST 2010
Put "force user" in the service section.That should do the trick.
Am 18.11.2010 08:55, schrieb Andre Albsmeier:
> I have no idea how to implement the following scenario apart
> from running two instances of samba on the same machine...
> I need a setup where two different Windows users will authen-
> ticate with two different passwords but get mapped to the same
> unix user.
> That is
> JOE got password PASS1 and maps to unix user joe with uid 1000
> JACK got password PASS2 and maps to unix user joe with uid 1000
> I can set up two instances of samba on the same machine with two
> sets of config files, tdbs, ....
> In instance 1 the smbpasswd file contains the password entry for joe:
> joe:1000:xxxxxxxxxxxxPASS1xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:xxxxxxxxxPASS1xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:[UX ]:LCT-4B6836EF:
> In instance 2 the smbpasswd file contains the password entry for jack
> (but using joe as unix user):
> joe:1000:yyyyyyyyyyyyPASS2yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy:yyyyyyyyyyPASS2yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy:[UX ]:LCT-4B6836EF:
> and a user.map file containing
> joe = jack
> This should work but I hope there is a simpler method with only
> one instance of samba running...
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