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Re: samba trouble - security = user/share

On Mon, Jan 05, 1998 at 06:54:59AM -0500, Paul Miller wrote:
> No.. It prompts for the password either way.  Only when security = share
> the password is accepted.  Encrypted passwords were inabled in both
> security settings, so there can't be a problem with /etc/smbpasswd.

Hmmm. I have nothing specified; it defaults to security = share I think.
Win95 remembers the password correctly and reconnects properly.

> Is there a way to have win95 prompt for the user name also for each share? 
> Currently the only way to login as a user is to map the home directory,
> all other shares have to be public... 

Not that I know of.

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