On Tue, 10 Feb 1998, Antonio Doldo wrote:
> At 22.42 07/02/98 -0500, Paul Miller wrote:
> >When I set samba to USER mode, it doesn't accept passwords from windows
> >machines.. It works from linux machines.. I'm using encrypted password
> >and the lastest samba release.
> I believe that the problem is simply in the login in win95 network
> (netbeui, ipx/spx,
> TCP/IP) because the line 'security=user' in the smb.conf presume
> that the account on the server samba must be identical on both machines.
I don't think the protocol changes in the security setting is changed. My
Linux box currently doesn't even support ipx.. and I don't know about
> perhaps there is another possibility: you can use the username.map
> in the samba config
What is username.map? Is it where samba checks the password against a
list of valid users? That doesn't sound too secure.
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