Issue wit Samba 3.5.6 and Mac OS X 10.5
Dr. Rolf Jansen
rj at cyclaero.com
Sat Oct 30 14:12:57 UTC 2010
this is my first post to a FreeBSD mailing list, and I hope that I chose the correct one for my question, if not, then please simply point me to correct list.
One month ago I setup a FreeBSD 8.1 home server and I installed Samba 3.4.9 for the file services. I have Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6, as well as Windows XP and Windows 7 clients. All clients could connect to the Samba 3.4 shares at the FreeBSD server.
The day before yesterday, I upgraded samba 3.4.x to samba 3.5.6. I preserved smb.conf, but I recreated the user database using smbpasswd -a. Already Samba 3.4.9 was setup with tdbsam, and I kept this for 3.5.6 (as the smb.conf stayed the same).
I can connect without problems from Windows XP, 7 and Mac OS X 10.6.4 to the shares at the FreeBSD server with the new Samba 3.5.6, but connection from the Mac OS X 10.5 clients (two different machines) are refused. The respective samba log files show:
[2010/10/30 10:10:40.379042, 0] smbd/sesssetup.c:1703(reply_sesssetup_and_X)
reply_sesssetup_and_X: Attempted encrypted session setup without negprot denied!
a) Perhaps a respective default setting has been changed from
Samba 3.4.9 to Samba 3.5.6. So are there any settings about
negprot, that I can try?
a) If not, what is "negprot" and how can I setup
Mac OS X 10.5 to provide the required negprot to Samba 3.5?
b) If not, can I switch of encryption? Samba at the FreeBSD server
is strictly in house only, so there is no need for encryption,
and hence for negprot.
Many thanks for any reply.
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