On Thu, 20 Dec 2001 bdietz@3x.com wrote:

> 3) so the valid users is the key?  Or does it pick the userid up in the
>    data stream and use that??  Hate to have to key in all my users<ugh>

You need valid users to enable user-level security.  When an SMB client
connect to a server the userid and password are sent.  If the share being
connected to requires authentication then samba needs to know how to
authenticate them.  Chances are high that samba in the PASE environment
knows nothing about AS/400 users.  So you would probably have to enter in
the users who want to access secure shares.  But a public share doesn't
require authentication.

James Rich
james@eaerich.com



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