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Figure 7.1: Windows 9x security level
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User level authentication validates a client-supplied username and password against the Samba server's password database. Once it is authenticated, client access rights to the requested share are governed by the effective UID and GID permissions of the supplied username. The newly spawned smbd process for the connection assumes the permissions of the authenticated user name or
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the account permissions specified by the admin user, guest account, force user, and force group parameters. Remember that accounts identified by the admin user parameter are running with root permissions. Also note that the user name and password will be sent in the clear over the wire if the encryption parameter is set to no. More about this in the "Passwords" section below. security = user Server-level authentication is similar to user-level authentication. Samba informs the client that user-level authentication is required. The client sends a user name and password in the SMB session setup request. Samba forwards the session setup request to one of the password servers specified in the password server parameter. The password server returns the session UID that will be used for the connection. Note that the returned UID must either match or be mapped to a valid UID on the Samba resource servers. security = server password server = <hostname1 hostname2 ... hostnameN> Domain-level authentication indicates that the Samba resource server is participating in a Windows NT domain. The client and server interactions are the same with the exception that NTLM encrypted passwords are required. The session setup request is forwarded to one of the domain controllers identified in the password server parameter. As with server authentication the domain user account must match or map to a valid UNIX UID. Domain-level authentication provides additional functionality in that client requests may be validated through trust relationships with other domains. security = domain encrypt = yes password server = <pdc-name bdc1-name ... bdcN-name>
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Matching user names between UNIX and Windows systems during SMB session setup isn't always as straightforward as one would hope. The problem is that even though you may maintain a consistent set of user names among all your UNIX and Windows systems, many Windows and DOS clients uppercase the user name before submitting it in a session setup request. This can be a problem if you support mixed-case usernames on the Samba server. What this means is that your Samba server has to spend CPU cycles attempting to find a match for the tendered user name by shifting the case of the letters in the string. The default behavior is that Samba will first attempt a match using all lowercase, followed by lowercase with the first letter capitalized. If the match attempt fails, then the connection request is denied. If you've got extra cycles to spare, you can request that Samba try additional combinations of upper/lower case using the username-level parameter. This parameter accepts a numeric value that determines the number of combinations to try. The higher the number, the more combinations will be tried: username level = <0-5>
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For environments with significant disparity in existing UNIX and Windows namespaces, Samba provides a means of mapping dissimilar usernames between systems. User name mapping can also be used to map multiple user names into a single user name. The many-to-one mapping simplifies file-sharing activities among group members. User name mapping is enabled by specifying the UNIX path name of a file that contains clientto-server user name assignments as a value to the username map global parameter: username map = </path/Filename> Each line in the named mapping file assigns a valid server user name as a match to one or more client user names using an "=" sign character (Example 7.2). A list of client user names which are members of a UNIX group can be designated on the right side of the equation using @groupname syntax. An "*" character can be used as a wildcard to indicate that any user name will match. Lines in the file can be up to 1,023 characters in length. Lines beginning with an "#" or ";" characters are ignored by the parser. Example 7.2. Username Mapping Syntax: username = username1 username2 ... usernameN root = Administrator wheel = @system !guest = * Parsing of the map file includes all lines in the file. Any line that begins with an "!" character will terminate parsing if a match was made. Failing a valid match, parsing will continue until the end of the file.
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