Hi again,
        I've got a problem with Samba this time.  I can't seem to get it
to allow me to map drives, on a normal basis.  I seem to be able to get
things working - but...once my workstation reboots, I get errors about
password or username is invalid.  There is nothing in the log file(s),
and nothing seems to work.  Once I synch my password to my windows
password, everything is fine again (smbpasswd feature).
        I'm trying to make my Samba server either (a) independent of my
Windows box, or (b) completely tied into my Windows Active Directory
auth scheme...which I'd like to get away from.  Can someone help me out?
Pasting my smb.conf file below for reference, in case it makes sense to
anyone.  For what it's worth - I'm trying to completely migrate the
entire server infrastructure AWAY from Windows...to a totally
FreeBSD/Samba/etc network.

<smb.conf file>
        workgroup = Bounds
        netbios name = Server1
        server string = Server1
        log file = /var/log/log.%m
        max log size = 50
        security = user
        unix password sync = no
        ; lanman auth = no
        ; lm announce = no
        log file = /var/log/samba.log
        log level = 9
        change notify timeout = 300
        deadtime = 15
        encrypt passwords = yes
        oplocks = yes
        socket options = TCP_NODELAY

        comment = C$
        path= /stor1/WinEmulate
        valid users = backup
        read only = Yes
        browseable = No
        create mask = 0770

        comment = Shared
        path= /stor1/shared
        valid users = ralph
        read only = No
        browseable = Yes
        create mask = 0750

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