[Samba] login without domain\username
rpenny at samba.org
Tue Feb 2 11:24:16 UTC 2021
On 02/02/2021 11:13, ERIC PEYREMORTE via samba wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm sure it's a newbie question but is it possible to allow users on computers outside domain to connect to a share just with their login instead of domain\login ?
> Ex: when a user using an off domain computer connects to \\srv-name\share, he has to prefix its username with the domain (domain\user).
> In our previous setup with samba 3, on our domain member file server we used that : map untrusted to domain = yes.
> Now we have an AD windows server 2019, several samba4 files servers and a single domain.
> I can connect to the windows server with bogus\login or plain login, but it doesn't work on file servers.
> I know i could use the UPN, but it was to make the transition easier to users (non technical).
> If it's not possible, why isn't it ? Is it something with kerberos of ntlm ?
Try adding 'winbind use default domain = yes' to the smb.conf files and
reload Samba with 'smbcontrol all reload-config'
If that doesn't work, please post your smb.conf
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