Mac OS X Tiger problems with Samba 3.0.14a on Debian

Wade Preston Shearer lists at wadeshearer.com
Thu Aug 18 12:31:27 MDT 2005


> The problem is that 10.4 is configured to send plain-text passwords  
> (insist on encrypting them). So, you have two solutions: disable  
> the encryption or upgrade your server that it can accept encrypted  
> passwords. I would suggest the later as (1) you should be anyway  
> and (2) if you disabled it on the client then it will be disabled  
> for all SMB traffic.

Correction:

The problem is that 10.4 is configured to send encrypted passwords  
(and there is not an option to force plain text on a per case or per  
account basis). So, you have two solutions: disable the encryption or  
upgrade your server that it can accept encrypted passwords. I would  
suggest the later as (1) you should be anyway and (2) if you disabled  
it on the client then it will be disabled for all SMB traffic.
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