[Samba] What is the difference between %S, %u and %U variables in sbm.comf
dmitrijs.demidovs at datakom.lv
Fri Nov 2 07:00:04 MDT 2012
Can someone please clarify the difference between variables %S %U %u in smb.conf?
It is not clearly defined in man smb.conf page (at least for me)
%U - session username (the username that the client wanted, not necessarily the same as the one they got).
%S - the name of the current service, if any.
%u - username of the current service, if any.
That is "session username", "the name of the current service" and "username of the current service"?
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