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Alex Satrapa | 1 Feb 03:57 2005
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Re: ldap smbpasswd

On 1 Feb 2005, at 03:12, synrat wrote:

> ... when trying smpasswd -a to add samba attributes to ldap account. 
> it seems like smbpasswd is trying to
> add an entry ...

That is what the '-a' option does - tells smbpasswd to add the account, 
as documented in the man page.

In my setup, if I add a user (using smbldap-tools collection) I can 
then set the passwd using "smbpasswd username".

Alex

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Adi Nugraha | 1 Feb 06:25 2005
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Re: ACL not working

Got it !!!!!!!!!
turns out I need to install a package called kernel-source before I can edit
the /etc/fstab, I can set ACL now thank you for your help, seriously, thank
you
----- Original Message -----
From: "Travis Bullock" <tbullock <at> avmax.ca>
To: "'Adi Nugraha'" <adi <at> westindo.co.id>
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2005 10:34 PM
Subject: RE: [Samba] ACL not working

> Sure. Let me know when  have it back up and running.
>
> Wierd that you couldn't find the kernel config.  Maybe Mandrake is
different
> but isn't Mandrake a version of Linux?
>
> Maybe you should give Fedora Core 3 a shot?
>
> Cheers,
>
> Travis
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adi Nugraha [mailto:adi <at> westindo.co.id]
> Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2005 11:31 PM
> To: Travis Bullock
> Subject: Re: [Samba] ACL not working
>
>
>
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Sridhar Venkatakrishnan | 1 Feb 06:46 2005

Re: Re: Migrating from NT4 to Samba - correct strategy

Hi,

Just changing the domain name might not work. From what I can tell, all 
your client machines are joined to the NT domain. These are not part of 
the samba domain and so nobody will be able to log in from them. You 
would have to create machine accounts for all the client machines, 
remove them from the domain and then rejoin them to the domain.

Or you could use pwdump2.exe to get the machine trust account passwords 
for the NT domain. The output of this command could be dumped directly 
into the smbpasswd file (but I dont know if that still holds) and you 
should have all the machine accounts. However, there is one issue you'll 
have to look out for....NT machines automatically change their machine 
trust passwords every week and so this swap can't be done over a long 
period or the passwords would have changed.

Hope this helps....

Sridhar

Josir Gomes wrote

> Thanks for replying.
> There´s just 20 clients on each domain and they have the same name and 
> password on both domain. I could simply change the domain name on each 
> station but all users will loose their local profiles.
>
> So I imagine that it is more productive to simply change the domain 
> name and turn off the old NT server. Is there any pitfall that I can 
> encounter ?
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David Wilson | 1 Feb 07:28 2005
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Re: Samba log analysis and report

Hi Steven,

Thanks for your reply.
That sounds like a good idea.
When you say "connects at logon" do you mean users map a drive to the "time" 
share ?
What would prevent a user from manually disconnecting the mapped drive ?
This will be implemented in a school, you know how kids are ? :)

Thank you for your assistance so far, greatly appreciated.

Kindest regards
David Wilson
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Steven Kurylo" <skurylo <at> cleartech.ca>
To: "David Wilson" <dave <at> dcdata.co.za>
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2005 11:20 PM
Subject: Re: [Samba] Samba log analysis and report
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remote | 1 Feb 08:00 2005
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Re: Ver 3.0.4 Anonymous access, no Password required

Hi !

What is the setting for your security level ? From the look of your 
smb.conf, you have security=user, which means only users known to Samba 
(with smbpasswd -a) can even access the server, let alone write on its 
shares. Maybe you should switch to security=share, this might work. I 
wouldn´t apply this to the homes share, though.

Jörg

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Zane Minninger" <zminninger <at> gmail.com>
To: <samba <at> lists.samba.org>
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2005 11:41 PM
Subject: [Samba] Ver 3.0.4 Anonymous access, no Password required

>I have searched the Docs, How-to's, and this news group/ Mailing list
> and still haven't found what I am looking for, at least not an answer.
>
> I am simply trying to allow access to public shares on my Linux PC
> (slackware 10).  I have a directory setup but the only way to get in
> is to send a Username and Password.  I am setting it up for WinXP and
> Win2K PC's to access.  I have set up the nobody account, even gave it
> a password of nothing and enabled it.  Still WinXP requests a userID
> and password.
>
>  I do have a mildly, but not outrageous, custom setting.  I have 2
> nics and only want one of them to be accessed by windows request.  I
> am not sure what account the WinXP tries to connect with by default.
>
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Justin | 1 Feb 08:18 2005

samba + linux subdirectory 'other' permissions

Hi All

I'm sure this is a fairly basic question out there for someone however I
haven't had much luck googling for an answer hence I thought I'd try
here. I'm having issues getting the correct permissions on a directory
for the 'other' users. Each time a file is created in this subdirectory
the permissions are set as -rw-rw---- and what I want to achieve is
-rwxrwx-r-x
In other words, read/write/execute for user and group but read only for
other users. 

I have one parent directory shared as follows:

[public]
comment = Staff file sharing folders
path = /home/public
create mask = 0660
directory mask = 770
force create mode = 020
force directory mode = 020
read only = no
writeable = yes
guest ok = yes

I want to create a sub directory under this parent directory with the
permissions as indicated in my opening paragraph. Is that possible?

TIA,

Justin
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Beast | 1 Feb 08:25 2005

Re: Re: Migrating from NT4 to Samba - correct strategy

Josir Gomes wrote:
> Thanks for replying.
> There´s just 20 clients on each domain and they have the same name and 
> password on both domain. I could simply change the domain name on each 
> station but all users will loose their local profiles.
> 
> So I imagine that it is more productive to simply change the domain name 
> and turn off the old NT server. Is there any pitfall that I can encounter ?
> 
> Simply changing the domain name in the smb.conf is enough ? It´s easy as 
> that ?

You have to match the domain SID and machine/user SID also. Once 
matched, client will not able to see that they're login to samba instead 
of old NT.

You can use net rpc vampire to obtain all information about SID and 
password.

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SABINE ZARABIAN | 1 Feb 08:39 2005
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Re: Roaming Profile problems

Richmond Dyes wrote:

> SABINE ZARABIAN wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> we are using samba 3.0.10-17 with openlddap 2.2.6-37.22 as backend.
>> We use roaming profiles, but because of problems with  different  
>> operating systems and the profile size, we want to use locale profiles.
>> I tried to change logon path in smb.conf in an emty string, but no 
>> changes, if I delete this entry in smb.conf, samba use a default 
>> value and this is on the server.
>> So I tried to change sambaProfilePath in ldap, I tried an emty 
>> string, I tried to delete this entry but no changes. I still have 
>> roaming profiles.
>> Is there anyone having a good idea to solve me problem ?
>>
>> Sabine
>>
> Sabine I would first make a local user on the machine instead of the 
> server. I would then go to my computer and properties and copy my 
> roaming profile that is on the server to the profile of the local 
> person you just made. See if that works.
>
Hi Richmond,
thanks for your answer. It is no problem creating local users, or 
configure local profiles on every computer. But the probleme we have is, 
that we have nearly 300 computer and about 400 users, this is to much to 
make changes on every machine. So I need a server based solution.

Sabine
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SABINE ZARABIAN | 1 Feb 09:00 2005
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Re: Roaming Profile problems

Paul Gienger wrote:

>
>> I tried to change logon path in smb.conf in an emty string, but no 
>> changes, if I delete this entry in smb.conf, samba use a default 
>> value and this is
>
>
> Make sure you also don't have a profile share if you're using 
> something like \server\profiles\%U, which is the default.  Setting a 
> blank string should also work here.  Remember that your clients will 
> probably remember what the profile path was for an account, so be sure 
> to try with a fresh user.  Check the output of
> pdbedit -v <username>
> to be sure the server won't be giving out a (valid) default path.
>
>> on the server.
>> So I tried to change sambaProfilePath in ldap, I tried an emty 
>> string, I tried to delete this entry but no changes. I still have 
>> roaming profiles.
>
>
> This one won't work.  An empty string in ldap, as far as I've found, 
> is a deleted attribute, so it will default to the server setting.
>
Hello Paul,
thanks for your answer.
I don't have a profile share in my smb.conf. If  I delete the logon path 
entry in smb.conf and sambaProfilePath in ldap, pdbedit -v still show me 
a ProfilePath like \\server\login\profile. Is is no problem, changing 
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