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Re: [Samba] DM: samba 4.5 -> 4.8, guest access and machine account access troubles.




Mandi! Rowland Penny via samba
  In chel di` si favelave...

> No, but what I do know is this, you should not use guest access on a
> domain member, Windows turns it off by default. Also 'Guest' doesn't
> exist on a Unix domain member, you would have to map it to the Unix
> domain user 'nobody'

No, this is not exactly true. You forget the 'guest account' option,
that have the default value 'nobody'.

So, even not specifying guest mapping, guest account are mapped to
'nobody'.


> If you have 'winbind use default domain = yes' in smb.conf, winbind
> will basically just strip off the leading 'DOMAIN\' from user and group
> names. so the user 'DOMAIN\fred' will become 'fred'. 
> Okay so far ?
> Now, if you have two domains in smb.conf 'DOMAINA' & 'DOMAINB' and
> there is a user called 'fred' in both domains and you have 'winbind use
> default domain = yes', you will end up with two users called 'fred'.

Ok, perfectly clear. But manpage seems to me say something different:

 This parameter specifies whether the winbindd(8) daemon should operate
 on users without domain component in their username. Users without a
 domain component are treated as is part of the winbindd server's own domain.

'own domain' for me is 'workgroup'. And really i don't understand why
an option like that have to strip ALL domain part, and not only the
'own' one...

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