[Samba] smbclient help
robert at marcanoonline.com
Tue Jan 12 18:19:26 UTC 2021
On 1/12/21 11:52 AM, Robert Marcano wrote:
> On 1/12/21 8:46 AM, jmpatagonia via samba wrote:
>> Hello we have a samba 4 AD --> Version 4.11.13-Debian
>> We have a netlogon share
>> browseable = no
>> read list = "+MIDOMINIO\Domain Users"
>> path = /etc/samba/netlogon
>> comment = Script de logueo en la red
>> valid users = "+MIDOMINIO\Domain Users"
>> public = yes
>> writeable = no
>> From a user logged on domain, we need access to the share "netlogon"
>> command line "smbclient or similar" without introducing user or password,
>> just direct. like from file navigator smb://domain-server2/netlogon
>> And finally and the second time copy a file from the share netlogon to a
>> client folder.
> You can try with Kerberos (-k), but that will require a proper Kerberos
> enable user session", or doing kinit before it.
> If ehat you are trying is to script these actions, take a look at
> smbclient documentation:
> This option allows you to specify a file from which to read
> the username and password used in the connection. The format of the file is
> username = <value>
> password = <value>
> domain = <value>
> Make certain that the permissions on the file restrict
> access from unwanted users.
Another way if you are thinking on using stored credentials on the user
desktop keyring, for example the user navigated with GNOME Files to a
share an stored the credentials, then you would need to use something like:
gio mount smb://servername/sharename/
gio is a GNOME framework (used by the file manager), other desktops have
other tools. Using this means you are not using Samba directly but a 3rd
party client of the Samba libraries.
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