[Samba] Wiki: Standalone server
L.P.H. van Belle
belle at bazuin.nl
Tue Jan 5 11:45:28 UTC 2016
>I thought the mapping is done on the Samba server, so what has guest being >disabled on win7+ have to do with this ?
Because of the windows Pass through authentication, and guest on windows is disabled..
Result, authentication popup.
map to guest = Bad User was the online setting which got it working for me.
I really suggest we have a look at this again.
Check the archlinux also for this one.
see example Sample Passwordless configuration.
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: samba [mailto:samba-bounces at lists.samba.org] Namens Rowland penny
> Verzonden: dinsdag 5 januari 2016 11:53
> Aan: samba at lists.samba.org
> Onderwerp: Re: [Samba] Wiki: Standalone server
> On 05/01/16 08:10, L.P.H. van Belle wrote:
> > Hai Marc,
> > First best wishes and happy new year.
> > This one looks great, but your missing one thing imo.
> > You can do the same without a local user when you change
> > map to guest = Bad User
> > to
> > map to guest = Bad Password
> > Which gives also the advantage, that you dont need to have a local user
> on a windows system, which popups up with a password and where lots of
> peoople have problems with.
> I thought that 'Bad User' mapped unknown users to the guest account, but
> 'Bad Password' mapped users, that gave an incorrect password, to the
> guest account, or to put it another way, if a user known to Samba typed
> a wrong password, they get silently mapped to guest. I suggest we stick
> to 'Bad User'.
> > And offcourse the share needs 777 and not 775,
> > or rights forced from share ( which i use at home )
> > So my suggestion
> > 2A) A basic smb.conf ( which user rights/acl, proceed to chapter 3 )
> > 2B) A basic smb.conf ( a open server, no rights, all mapped to nobody )
> > You can still use the acl on linux to force rights, but a use mapping
> must be possible between windows and samba. So windows and samba user/pass
> must be the same.
> > When do you use something like this.
> > For example my kodi server has open shares.
> > Like :
> > \\kodi\media ( open share. )
> > \\kodi\backup ( open share with acl. )
> > I have a match user/pass for this one.
> If you are using 'Bad Password' and you type the password incorrectly,
> your user will get mapped to guest.
> > And just a question, have you tried to access the server from win7+
> > With only \\servername
> > I bet you get a popup to authenticate.. user Guest is disabled in
> > So the user mapping between the pc and samba goes wrong.
> I thought the mapping is done on the Samba server, so what has guest
> being disabled on win7+ have to do with this ?
> > Just my thoughts.
> > Greetz,
> > Louis
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