[Samba] RequireSecuritySignature=1 and public share with guest not working

Olszewski, Raphael r.olszewski at ssc-services.de
Mon Mar 16 03:52:32 MDT 2015

Due to security reasons smb signing has to be activated and this share between linux and windows is now dead.
And I do not find the correct settings to do a public share in this szenario.
It has to be public, because the linux is'nt allowed to join the domain and on the other way, the win-clients cannot leave their domains.
And I think, just signing smb-messages should not speek against a public share, since those signed smb messages just make me shure, no man in the middle is manipulating my smb-messages.

Gruß Raphael
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Von: Rowland Penny [mailto:rowlandpenny at googlemail.com]
Gesendet: Montag, 16. März 2015 10:39
An: samba at lists.samba.org
Betreff: Re: [Samba] RequireSecuritySignature=1 and public share with guest not working

On 16/03/15 09:29, Olszewski, Raphael wrote:
> Hi Rowland
> In former time there was "security=share", now i have to use
> "RequireSecuritySignature=1" on client side.
> Documentation for SMB signing says, this is only possible with
> "security=user", not with share.
> So I switched to security=user, configured guest-access to the public
> share and activated this RequireSecuritySignature=1
> And then - with RequireSecuritySignature=1 - the client cannot access
> this share anymore. Just changing to RequireSecuritySignature=0 the
> share is working.
> The client says: error 1240
> The Server sees only "connection reset"
> All I need is a _public share together with smb signing_ and
> RequireSecuritySignature=1



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