[Samba] RequireSecuritySignature=1 and public share with guest not working
r.olszewski at ssc-services.de
Fri Mar 13 03:42:08 MDT 2015
I tried exactly your type of config.
With "RequireSecuritySignature=0" the anon access is working like expected.
As soon, as I set "RequireSecuritySignature=1" it is not working anymore.
So it seem to be not the problem to configure the guest-access. But seems the problem with requiring the signing.
Thought it can be fixed with the right config, but did not find a working combination.
Do i have to setup certificates for the signing?
Or how the messages will be signed?
My guess is, that the signing isn't working like expected ...
Von: L.P.H. van Belle [mailto:belle at bazuin.nl]
Gesendet: Freitag, 13. März 2015 09:08
Try these settings in global settings.
####### Authentication #######
## stand alone everything open.
security = user
guest ok = yes
map to guest = bad password
add these to the share.
guest ok = yes
Sets samba open without pasword prompt.
I use it at home for my kodi server.
>Van: r.olszewski at ssc-services.de
>[mailto:samba-bounces at lists.samba.org] Namens Olszewski, Raphael
>Verzonden: donderdag 12 maart 2015 18:17
>I have an samba server with a public share. It was configured with
>Now I have to tight security with setting those flags in the windows
>The Client shows ReasonCode: 0x80004005 When I change registry to
>RequireSecuritySignature=0, I can access
>How I have to configure the smb-server to have a real public share for
>windows7-clients not being configured especially (domain,
>computer-account, user, ...) Do I understand Security-signature wrong?
>Is this scenario possible without being the samba server joined to the
>domain? (What I wanted)
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