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Re: [Samba] User mapping/login issue




Hai, 


Im wondering here.. If the client is a windows 10 pc connecting, 
 
> ../source3/smbd/negprot.c:419(reply_nt1)     using SPNEGO
> ../source3/smbd/negprot.c:761(reply_negprot) Selected protocol NT LM 0.12
> ../source3/smbd/process.c:554(receive_smb_talloc)
>    receive_smb_raw_talloc failed for client 
> ipv4:10.55.66.82:59271 read error = NT_STATUS_CONNECTION_RESET.
And i see this.. 

Then why use these settings if its win10? 
Remove:  ntlm auth and server max protocol = NT1 again. 

@Rowland your are mislead..  ;-) 

> > Ah, it is a PDC
Hm, no its a stand alone, the member references in my option. 

> >>       security = user  << stand alone ? 
> >>       domain logons = yes << member ? 

> >>       guest account = benparts
> >>       # Allow users to map to guest:
> >>       map to guest = baduser

Guest definitions? .  
I think best here is first choose the setup type. 
Or member or stand alone and change the setting to it. 
Members? Add the guest to the share not global. 
Stand alone, guest in globals settings is fine. 

But what he want should be possible in both cases. 


Greetz, 

Louis




> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: samba [mailto:samba-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Namens 
> Stephen Davies via samba
> Verzonden: woensdag 24 april 2019 5:03
> Aan: samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Onderwerp: Re: [Samba] User mapping/login issue
> 
> On 23/04/19 18:01, Rowland Penny wrote:
> > On Tue, 23 Apr 2019 15:01:24 +0930
> > Stephen Davies via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > 
> >   
> >> There is no ntlm auth entry in smb.conf
> > 
> > Just because you do not have an 'ntlm auth' line in your visible
> > smb.conf, this does not mean you do not have one, it 
> defaults to 'ntlm
> > auth = no' which turns off NTLMv1
> > 
> > 
> >> [global]
> >>       workgroup = BENPARTS
> >>       netbios name = server
> >>       server string = Samba Server %v
> >>       printcap name = cups
> >>       load printers = yes
> >>       printing = cups
> >>       log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
> >>       max log size = 50
> >>       log level = 4
> >>       guest account = benparts
> > 
> > Do you actually have a user called 'benparts' (which incidentally is
> > the same as your workgroup) ?
> > 
> >>       # Allow users to map to guest:
> >>       map to guest = baduser
> > 
> > It is 'Bad User' not 'baduser'
> > 
> >>       security = user
> >>       username level = 8
> >>       preferred master = yes
> >>       name resolve order = host lmhosts wins bcast
> >>       wins support = yes
> >>       preserve case = yes
> >>       dos charset = 850
> >>       unix charset = ISO8859-1
> >>       domain master = yes
> >>       domain logons = yes
> > 
> > Ah, it is a PDC
> > 
> > You could try adding 'server max protocol = NT1'
> > 
> > Rowland
> > 
> > 
> The baduser entry was a recent change where I got confused 
> with my attempts to 
> reconfigure Sendmail to use baduser. Spotted "bad user" in 
> smb.conf and 
> thought it was the same thing. Now fixed.
> 
> I have added ntlm auth and server max protocol entries as 
> suggested but now get:
> 
> [2019/04/24 11:03:05.885593,  3] 
> ../source3/smbd/negprot.c:419(reply_nt1)
>    using SPNEGO
> [2019/04/24 11:03:05.885624,  3] 
> ../source3/smbd/negprot.c:761(reply_negprot)
>    Selected protocol NT LM 0.12
> [2019/04/24 11:03:06.087417,  1] 
> ../source3/smbd/process.c:554(receive_smb_talloc)
>    receive_smb_raw_talloc failed for client 
> ipv4:10.55.66.82:59271 read error 
> = NT_STATUS_CONNECTION_RESET.
> 
> where 10.55.66.82 is the VPN-assigned IP of the windows client.
> The firewall accepts all protocols from the VPN.
> 
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