On 2012/04/26 11:16, Jeremy Allison wrote:
On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 11:14:47AM +1000, Kym Newbery wrote:Hi I tried the 'map to guest = Bad User' option, but the win XP machine reports "unexpected network error occurred'. Without that option Windows Xp just reports 'access denied'. That is even though some of the my shares are 'public = yes' and 'guest ok = yes' (but others are not - they are for domain credentials only. I looked in /var/log/messages when the Windows XP machine accessed the server (with 'map to guest = Bad user') Apr 26 01:09:23 sts-dev adclient: WARN<fd:25 CAPIGetObjectBySID> base.zonehier Failed to extend object for CN=427802e411ed46798fe049b8c9439a7c,CN=Foreign User,CN=One Way Trust,DC=AAD,DC=GOV,DC=AU So - I'm still stuck to work out if it is at all possible for a server that is on the domain (using CentrifyDC) to run Samba and have a public read only share that doesn't require credentials.What do you have your guest user set to ? These are Centrify error messages so you might want to follow up with them.
I set 'guest account = nobody'My previous attempts at sorting out this problem haven't been too successful on the Centrify Express Community forum ..:
Quoted:- ************** Here is the latest update from our dev group: 1. The only security mode we support is security = ADSUnfortunately in ADS mode things like username map only apply AFTER authentication completes so these are not possibilities.
2. The workaround that was provided earlier appears to be also an issue with stock samba.
Typically we test the same with stock samba just to make sure Centrify is not the cause of behavior changes. Unfortunately, in this scenario, Stock Samba seems to have made some changes in the newer releases which is leading to this bug.
You will have to pursue this issue further with Samba experts through their forum support.
************** I also tried 1. Edit /etc/samba/smb.conf and add the following to the [globals] section guest account = nobody map to guest = Bad Uid 2. Add the following to public shares guest ok = yes but, the same 'access is denied' is present. Even if I remove all the shares that require AD credentials and only have one share [Global] <snipped same as previously> map to guest = Bad Uid guest account = nobody [samba-test] path = /samba-test public = yes guest ok = yes writable = yes on windows XP c:\net view \\sts-dev System Error 5 occurred access denied. c:\ Kym
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