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To set up a connection for a Windows client, you need to specify the Windows workgroup name and configure the password. The workgroup name is the name that appears in the Entire Network window in the Network Neighborhood on the Windows desktop (My Network Places on Windows 2000, NT, and XP). In the smb.conf file, you specify the workgroup name in the workgroup= entry in the global section. The work- group name should be uppercase, no more than eight characters, and with no spaces. You can then restart the Samba server. On a Windows client, you see the workgroup name appeared in the Entire Network folder in your Network Neighborhood. Within the workgroup is an icon for the Samba server, and within that is an icon for the user directory, as specified in the homes section of the smb.conf file. Samba configuration options are kept in the /etc/samba/smb.conf file. You edit this file to make changes to the configuration. Once you finish making any changes, you should test your smb.conf file using the testparm program. The testparm program checks the validity of your configuration entries. By default, testparm uses the /etc/samba/smb.conf file, although you can supply a different configuration file as an argument:
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To check your network connections, use the smbstatus command. This command returns a listing of all active smb connections. Note The /etc/samba/smbusers file associates Windows network usernames with corresponding users on your Linux Samba server. For example, admin and administrator are made equivalent to the Linux root user.
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Connections between Windows clients and Samba servers has been further complicated by the implementation of password encryption on Microsoft networks. Current versions of Windows operating systems, including upgraded versions of Windows NT, 2000, 98, and 95, now require the use of encrypted passwords by default. Samba, on the other hand, uses unencrypted passwords by default. To enable communication between Samba servers and Windows clients you have to either change Windows clients to use unencrypted passwords, or change the Samba server to use encrypted passwords. The more secure course is to implement encrypted passwords on Samba servers, though this entails more administrative work. Note: Though not distributed by default, Samba can be built with SSL support. This SSL-enabled Samba provides support for encrypted SSL network communications. SSL-enabled Samba includes several SSL-specific configuration options, each preceded by the term ssl. For example, ssl cipher lets you determine the ciphers that can be used, and ssl CA certFile specifies the certificates file. Samba also provides its own Samba password PAM module, pam_smbpass.o. With this module, you provide PAM authentication support for Samba passwords, enabling the use of Windows hosts on a PAM-controlled network. The module could be used for authentication and password management in your PAM samba file. The following entries in the PAM samba file would implement PAM authentication and passwords using the Samba password database:
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Be sure to enable PAM in the smb.conf file:
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Encrypted passwords come into play if you are using user-level security instead of share-level security. With user-level security, access to Samba server resources by a Windows client is allowed only to users on that client. Each user on the Windows client has to have a corresponding user account on the Samba server. A user logs in to their Windows account and can then log in to their Samba server account. Users have to log in by providing their user name and password. Their user name and password have to be registered with the Samba server in the /etc/samba/smbpasswd file. You use the smbpasswd command to add these passwords. To implement encrypted passwords on Samba, the Samba server then needs to maintain an encrypted version of user passwords that can be used by Windows clients. This file of encrypted passwords is /etc/samba/smbpasswd on Red Hat systems. Samba passwords can be added or changed for different users with the smbpasswd command. Initially, you will generate the Samba password file so that it will have entries for all your current Samba users. For this task, you use the mksmbpasswd.sh script. You input to this script the contents of the Samba server's /etc/passwd file, and it generates entries that can be used for encrypted passwords. You use redirection (>) to create the encrypted file. In the following example, an /etc/samba/smbpasswd file is initially generated on a Red Hat system by the mksmbpasswd
script. The cat command with a pipe operation is used to input the contents of the /etc/passwd file to the mksmbpasswd.sh script:
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