Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide by John H. Terpstra Editor, Jelmer R. Vernooij Editor

By John H. Terpstra Editor, Jelmer R. Vernooij Editor

You have deployed Samba: Now get the main out of it with contemporary definitive consultant to maximizing Samba functionality, balance, reliability, and gear on your creation surroundings. Direct from participants of the Samba crew, The professional Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference consultant, moment version, bargains the main systematic and authoritative insurance of Samba's complicated gains and features. it's been broadly up to date to mirror significant advancements within the Samba-3.0 sequence of releases and extra functionality improvements in Samba-3.0.20 and later.Use this e-book to move a long way past easy deployment, leveraging all of Samba's elements, from listing providers to distant management. Use it to discover functional optimization ideas for any surroundings, from the workgroup to the firm. Use it to discover specific assistance and top practices for troubleshooting and challenge fixing. And, in the event that your heritage is in home windows networking, use this e-book to wake up to hurry swiftly with Samba community management in Linux/UNIX environments.

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If it is found and can be read, it is retrieved and executed by the client. After this, the client disconnects from the NetLogon 56 Part II: Server Configuration Basics Part II: Server Configuration Basics 57 share. 5. The client sends a NetUserGetInfo request to the server to retrieve the user's home share, which is used to search for profiles. Since the response to the NetUserGetInfo request does not contain much more than the user's home share, profiles for Windows 9x clients must reside in the user home directory.

Accounting is different though, they get exactly what they want. So this should set the scene. We will use the users from the last example. The accounting department has a general printer that all departmental users may. There is also a check printer that may be used only by the person who has authority to print checks. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) wants that printer to be completely restricted and for it to be located in the private storage area in her office. It therefore must be a network printer.

When encrypted passwords are used, a password that has been entered by the user is encrypted in two ways: • An MD4 hash of the unicode of the password string. This is known as the NT hash. • The password is converted to upper case, and then padded or truncated to 14 bytes. This string is then Part II: Server Configuration Basics 45 46 Part II: Server Configuration Basics appended with 5 bytes of NULL characters and split to form two 56-bit DES keys to encrypt a "magic" 8-byte value. The resulting 16 bytes form the LanMan hash.

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