Joao "John" Silva
jsilva at kludged.com
Thu Apr 20 15:47:59 PDT 2000
You can use Samba itself to control access in the samba config,
and you can even go one better and use Linux ipchains firewall to
control what IP's can access the samba ports on your server.
It just depends how paranoid you are :-)
On Thu, 20 Apr 2000, Russell Power wrote:
> While I was wasting my time today, I noticed the fact that if I was
> running samba server, I could authenticate onto the computer running the
> server, and access my root directory. I haven't noticed a way to disallow
> certain users from logging on via samba, but does anyone out there have
> any ideas?
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