Re: [Samba] Windows cant access shared directories after changed password with smbpasswd
- Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2017 09:46:45 -0300
- From: Cesar Martins via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Windows cant access shared directories after changed password with smbpasswd
Hi Rowland ,
No, we didn't .
We only change in the Samba Server.
The login used on Windows and used on Samba are different and should not
have relation (technically speaking).
I'm logged in with user "dbadmin" at windows and when I access the Samba
server , on the first access I informed "cinacio" and the password which
works fine. When I change the password of "cinacio" in samba server, the
windows machine stops access and return to ask the user/password. I inform
the user "cinacio" and the new password, but the samba does not authorize
and into its log show as BAD PASSWORD...
I'm know the password is OK into the Samba, because if I test using
"smbclient" it work.
2017-06-26 9:23 GMT-03:00 Rowland Penny via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On Mon, 26 Jun 2017 09:03:31 -0300
> Cesar Martins via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > - OpenSuse 42.2
> > - Samba Version 4.4.2-11.3.1-3752-SUSE-SLE_12-x86_64
> > I'm using samba for file sharing, where users have some control of the
> > shares.
> > This is a standalone server
> > All works fine, the user was created and added on the samba host with
> > smbpasswd -a <user>
> > *The problem is*, when the samba password is changed using smbpasswd
> > <user> , the Windows machines no longer have access. It prompts again
> > for user/password, but suppyling the correctly credentials fails to
> > have them authenticated. If I change the password back to the
> > previous value with smbppasswd. authentication works again, without
> > prompting for the password again.
> > Looks like Windows is caching the user/password and even if I supply
> > the credentials in the prompt, it's still sending the old password to
> > the samba server.
> > I'm sure the password was changed, because testing smbclient,
> > supplying the new password, it works fine.
> > This problem occurs with Windows XP and Windows 8.
> > *Is there someway to force "flush" this user/password at the Windows
> > client ?* *or make this password expire....*
> Did you change the Windows password at the same time ?
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