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Authenticate CIFS 3.2

Question asked by loftux Moderator on Jun 30, 2009
I have the situtation where i would like a user on standalone computer (not a member of a domain) to authenticate CIFS against AD.
How do I set it up with the new Authentication subsystem?
I tried to used passthru, but that picks up the logged in user that does not always map against the user that i want to log in as. I want to be able to specify both username and password.
In previous version, if I'm not mistaken, i could specify domain controllers for NTLM, but there are no options for that in the new config way. So how can I set up NTLM and tell what domain controller to use?

Thanks, Peter Löfgren

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