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Workgroup = <workgroup name> Netbios name = <NetBIOS-Name>
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Workgroup/Domain Name. Primary NetBIOS Name.
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Netbios aliases = <Alias1 ... AliasN> Other NetBIOS Aliases that may also be used to identify the server. Interfaces = <IP-addr1 ... IP-addrN> The set of hardware interfaces used for browser communications (multi-homed).
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lm announce = <true, false, auto>
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Will nmbd produce lanman announcements for OS/2 client Required if OS/2 clients need to see browse lists. A value of "auto" indicates that it should not send them by default. Nmbd will listen and respond when needed. Period between lanman
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announcements; if '0', no announcements will be made.
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Election Parameters
browse list = <yes, no> announce as = <NT, Win95, WfW> announce version = <version number>
Will server support browse lists OS type Samba will announce. OS version Samba will announce. Default 4.2 is higher than 4.0 announced by NT. OS level for election criteria; a value of '65' will exceed NT Server. Indicates if Samba should try to become local master. Indicates that Samba will force an election on startup and attempt to become a master browser. Used to weight browser election in Samba's favor. Samba is domain master and will collate and synchronize browse lists between local master browsers. DO NOT USE IF AN NT PDC ALREADY EXISTS FOR THE DOMAIN.
os level = <integer>
local master = <yes, no>
preferred master = <yes, no>
domain master = <yes, no>
Share and List Parameters
auto services = <list>
The set of local share names you want added to the browse list Is this share browsable Share description for browse lists
browsable = <yes, no> comment = <text>
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load printers = <yes, no>
Add all printers in the printcap file to the browse list Description of the server for the browse list.
server string = <text>
Hybrid Parameters
remote announce = <IP-addr/WORKGROUP>
Force propagation of local browse list to set of remote IP address announcing with alias WORKGROUP names. If WORKGROUP is omitted, then workgroup parameter value is used. List of remote master browsers to force browse list synchronization; this option only works with Samba local master browsers.
remote Browse Sync = <IP list>
Browser Configuration
When configuring Samba to interoperate in a Windows and/or LAN Manager browsing environment, first delineate the NetBIOS name that will be used to identify the Samba server and its workgroup or domain name. These are specified by the netbios name and workgroup parameters in smb.conf. It should be obvious that these values are required for Samba's shares to be identified in browse lists. workgroup = <workgroup name> netbios name = <NetBIOS name> Verify that the global guest account parameter is set for a valid UNIX account on the server. This is so that the IPC$ service used to list shares is run under guest account permissions. guest account = <UNIX account name> Samba will also need to announce itself as one of the Windows operating system types to indicate its browser functionality. This is accomplished by setting the announce as and announce version parameters to impersonate Windows for Workgroups, Windows 95, or Windows NT. announce as = <NT, Win95, WfW> announce version = <version number> Now define what browser role Samba will play in the workgroup or domain by setting the domain master, local master, preferred master, and os level parameters. These
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parameters determine whether Samba will act as a client or a server and if the latter, how it will influence the master browser election process. At this point let's assume we are running within a workgroup on a single subnet or flat network.
Browser Client
First, we'll assume that Samba should announce its shares but will not maintain browse lists (Figure 9.2). Let somebody else do the work of the local master and backup browsers. Disable the domain master, local master, and preferred master parameters. Set the os level to zero. This configuration will inhibit Samba from becoming a master browser: domain master = no local master = no preferred master = no os level = 0
Figure 9.2: Samba as a browser client
Local Master Browser
If you would like Samba to do its share of the work and maintain and serve browse lists as a master or backup browser (Figure 9.3), then enable the browse lists and local master parameters. The preferred master parameter will help Samba edge out contenders if there is a tie in os level values. The browse lists parameter indicates that Samba will serve lists when it receives a NetServerEnum call.
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