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Re: [Samba] error netbios aliases




On Wed, 15 Aug 2018 12:59:06 +0430
richard russell <russellrichard160@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> my smb.conf
> 
> [global]
> workgroup = WORKGROUP
> netbios name = hpds
> security = user
> map  to guest  = Bad  User
> dns proxy  = no
> server string = %h server
> log level = 0
> max log size = 10000
> load printers = no
> passdb backend  = tdbsam
> encrypt passwords = true
> create mask = 0777
> directory mask = 0777
> wide links = no
> unix extensions = yes
> guest account = nobody
> local master = yes
> time server = no
> wins support = no
> ntlm auth = no
> domain logons = no
> netbios aliases = mynet13, Net23
> include = /etc/samba/smb.conf.myNAS
> bind interfaces only = yes
> include = /etc/samba/smb.conf.user1
> 
> 
> smb.conf.myNAS
> [global]
> workgroup = Workgrou2
> netbios name = mynet13
> interfaces = enp7s0f01,enp2s0f0
> [myNAS-smbDir]
> valid users = Fred, james
> read list =
> write list = Fred, james
> path = /mnt/SAB-NAS/myFS/smbDir
> guest ok = no
> writable = yes
> create mask = 0777
> directory mask = 0777
> 
> Thanks for the reply, one of my clients is connected to the PDC. Other
> clients are not connected to PDC.
> The clients that are not connected to the PDC communicate properly
> but when the client is related to the PDC,
> it takes a username and password to enter, and the other users are
> disconnected and can not be logged in.
> 

OK, from what you have posted so far and after removing default
settings and combining the 'include' file, you seem to be using this
actual smb.conf:

[global]
workgroup = Workgrou2
netbios name = mynet13 # or is it really hpds
security = user
netbios aliases = mynet13, Net23
server string = %h server
map to guest = Bad  User
dns proxy = no
max log size = 10000
load printers = no
wins support = yes
ntlm auth = no
interfaces = enp7s0f01,enp2s0f0
bind interfaces only = yes

include = /etc/samba/smb.conf.user1

[myNAS-smbDir]
valid users = Fred, james
write list = Fred, james
path = /mnt/SAB-NAS/myFS/smbDir
guest ok = no
writable = yes
create mask = 0777
directory mask = 0777

I say 'seem' because you still haven't posted the contents of
'smb.conf.user1'

It is definitely a smb.conf for a standalone server, it is not a
smb.conf for a Unix domain member and because you have 'guest ok = no'
in the 'myNAS-smbDIR' share, the only people who can connect to the
share are users that exist on the standalone server with the correct
password.

Because it is a standalone server, is it using the same workgroup name
as any other machine in the network ?

Rowland

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