Re: [Samba] Log Level and Failed Authentication Attempts
- Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2017 12:28:19 -0500
- From: Matthew Delfino via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Log Level and Failed Authentication Attempts
Hey Samba Friends,
Maybe the below question is too general. How about this: I’ve set my "log level = auth:10" in the global parameters of my smb.conf file.
I then purposely failed to log into an account on my Windows 10 machine until the account was locked.
I’ve run the following command where x equals the syslog, the log.samba, log.smbd and log.winbindd, and username is the name of my test user account:
tail -n 3000 x | grep -A 1 username
Is it possible to get samba to log those failed attempts? If so, how, and in which file should I expect to see it?
> On 2017.04.20, at 11:49 AM, Matthew Delfino via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello Samba Friends,
> For those of you who have had to sift through Samba logs for clues on how to determine what caused an account to lock after repeated failed logon attempts, what "log level" settings have you found to be most helpful?
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