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The following example shows an smb.conf file generated by SWAT for a simple configuration. This is much smaller than the comment-intensive versions originally installed with Samba. In this configuration, share-level security is implemented and password encryption is enabled. A share called myprojects is defined, which has guest access and is writeable. A printer share called myhp is also defined and also supports guest access.
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# Samba config file created using SWAT # from localhost.localdomain (127.0.0.1) # Date: 2001/09/09 01:09:07 # Global parameters [global] server string = Samba Server security = SHARE encrypt passwords = Yes ssl CA certFile = /usr/share/ssl/certs/ca-bundle.crt log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log max log size = 0 socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192 dns proxy = No printing = lprng [homes] comment = Home Directories path = /home writeable = Yes guest ok = Yes comment = All Printers path = /var/spool/samba guest ok = Yes printable = Yes browseable = No
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[myprojects] path = /myprojects writeable = Yes guest ok = Yes [myhp]
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path = /var/spool/samba writeable = Yes guest ok = Yes printable = Yes printer = myhp oplocks = No share modes = No
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The Global section determines configuration for the entire server, as well as specifying default entries to be used in the home and directory segments. In this section, you find entries for the workgroup name, password configuration, and directory settings. Several of the more important entries are discussed here. Figure 38-3 shows the Global Variables page on the SWAT that you can use to set global options. The Basic View of this page lists the options you would most likely need.
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Figure 38-3: SWAT Global Variables page The workgroup entry specifies the workgroup name you want to give to your network. This is the workgroup name that appears on the Windows client's Network Neighborhood window. The default workgroup entry in the smb.conf file is shown here:
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[global] # workgroup = NT-Domain-Name or Workgroup-Name workgroup = MYGROUP
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The workgroup name has to be the same for each Windows client that the Samba server supports. On a Windows client, the workgroup name is usually found on the Network
Identification or General panels in the System tool located in the Control Panels window. On many clients this is defaulted to WORKGROUP. If you want to keep this name, you would have to change the workgroup entry in the smb.conf file accordingly. The workgroup entry and the workgroup name on each Windows client has to be the same.
workgroup = WORKGROUP
The server string entry holds the descriptive name you want displayed for the server on the client systems. On Windows systems, this is the name displayed on the Samba server icon. The default is "Samba Server", but you can change this to any name you want.
# server string is the equivalent of the NT Description field server string = Samba Server
Samba resources are normally accessed with either share or user level security. On a share level, any user can access the resource without having to log in to the server. On a user level, each user has to log in, using a password. Furthermore, Windows 98, ME, NT, and XP clients use encrypted passwords for the logging-in process. For these clients you will have to enable encrypted passwords. The default for encrypted passwords is no, so you will need to change it to yes. In the smb.conf file, the security option is set to the level you want and the encrypt passwords option is set to yes to enable encryption.
security = user encrypt passwords = yes
If you want share-level security, specify share as the security option.
security = share
On the SWAT GLOBALS page, select the security level from the pop-up menu, either user or share. Then select Yes for the encrypt passwords entry. As a security measure, you can restrict access to SMB services to certain specified local networks. On the host's network, type the network addresses of the local networks for which you want to permit access. The localhost (127) is always automatically included. The next example allows access to two local networks:
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