Alle 17:47, martedì 02 maggio 2006, [EMAIL PROTECTED] ha scritto: > On 5/2/06, Vittorio <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Context: pentium 4, freebsd 6.0, samba 3.0.22, > > 6 windows 2000, NT,XP > > samba clients > > > > Dear friends, > > > > I'm writing to this ML because, googling > > the net on the subject reported below, it seems that samba works > > slightly differently according to the platform in which it is installed > > (I read of differences of behaviour between Fedora and Debian samba > > installations, or even between FC1 and FC2 installations). > > > > I setup a > > samba server connected to a very large *** original MS-windows LAN *** > > with the following smb.conf file. The aim is to put in a public read- > > only share all the programs we need to share. > > > > Now, the problem is that > > at boot time - after logging in the MS-windows client - windows 2000 > > or NT clients present the user with a pop-up window asking for a > > password to connect to the public share (I created the 'pcguest' > > freebsd user as a passwordless user and to 'smbpasswd pcguest' I didn't > > provide any password at all!). Clicking on OK the share is immediatedly > > connected and it all works. Nonetheless the pop-up window asking for a > > password is somewhat disturbing. > > By the way, windows XP clients don't > > seem to suffer from the same problem. They connect to the share > > smoothly, without asking anything as expected! > > > > Any idea to solve the > > problem? > > > > Ciao > > Vittorio > > > > > > > > ###smb.conf > > > > [global] > > workgroup = mygroup > > server string = FreeBSD > > map to guest = Bad User > > passdb backend = tdbsam > > security = user > > guest account = pcguest > > log file = /var/log/samba/log.% > > m > > load printers = No > > preferred master = No > > local master = No > > domain > > master = No > > dns proxy = No > > wins server = 10.100.10.38, 10.100.10.21 > > hosts allow = 10.100. > > > > [homes] > > comment = Home Directories > > read only = > > No > > browseable = No > > > > [public] > > comment = Deposit > > path = /home/pcguest > > guest only = Yes > > guest ok = Yes > > This is based on a slightly different experience with a Linux host, > but my first guess is you want to add "security = share" to the public > section to override the global "security = user". For that share, you > might also want "force user = pcguest" and some explicit commands for > whether you want it write protected, but I'd see if the first solution > solves your problem. > > Jordan > _______________________________________________
No, it doesn't work. The problem is still there on win 2k or NT clients. Any other option? Vittorio _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"