Samba problem

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XP_2600
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Joined: 2017/12/18 11:48:35

Samba problem

Postby XP_2600 » 2018/01/09 12:03:24

I have a problem with samba, i can mount the share normally from other linux box, i can access it from any windows 10 computer not member of domain, but when i try to access the share from a member of domain Windows computer i cannot open the share keeps refusing the username/password.
my samba config file is like this:

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[global]
workgroup = mygroup
netbios name = mybox
security = user
#valid users = nhstudent
guest account = nobody
map to guest = bad user
log level = 2
ntlm auth = no
lanman auth = no
client ntlmv2 auth = yes

[software]
comment = Data
path = /export
guest ok = no
read only = no
valid users = root, share1
writable = yes




I can login using the valid users from other linux boxes and from windows so there is no problem with the accounts of course, any help will be appreciated, thanks.

pwd
Posts: 54
Joined: 2014/12/23 11:54:42

Re: Samba problem

Postby pwd » 2018/01/09 12:16:52

check logs, maybe domain server force some unsported authentication mode
"God, root, what is difference?"

XP_2600
Posts: 4
Joined: 2017/12/18 11:48:35

Re: Samba problem

Postby XP_2600 » 2018/01/12 22:34:29

OK thanks, any idea which level of logging logs everything ?

Chirpychirps77
Posts: 12
Joined: 2018/01/12 01:36:06

Re: Samba problem

Postby Chirpychirps77 » 2018/01/15 02:02:25

Logging levels are 0-10 for Samba. I believe you can alter the logging to just a specific user (so the logging doesn't tax your system so heavily). Maybe create a separate test user just for this purpose.