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Old 11-06-2003, 09:31 PM   #1
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Question samba and win 2k active directory restrictions

i am using samba with winbind in redhat linux with security = domain
in smb.conf however a windows client can access a share in the samba server only
if the samba server name is added in the logon to restriction option in the Win 2k
Active Directory.

For example: username john can login only to computer ALPHAONE, he
can only access the samba share if i add the samba server name for ex.
SAMBA in the list of the computers he can logon to. Any suggestions on how to bypass this?


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