On Fri, 19 Aug 2011 15:21:46 -0500, Kent West wrote:
> Camaleón wrote:
>> On Fri, 19 Aug 2011 15:10:15 -0500, Kent West wrote:
>>> westk[@]goshen]:/home/westk:> sudo smbpasswd -a amyld New SMB
>>> password: Retype new SMB password:
>>> Unable to modify TDB passwd: NT_STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL! Failed to add
>>> entry for user amyld.
>>> Failed to modify password entry for user amyld
>> Does the same happen when adding the user with "pdbedit"?
> pdbedit -a amyld
> does work!
Hey, great! :-)
> Is "pdbedit" the preferred way now instead of using "smbpasswd -a"? If
> so, I'm content with this as a fix, so long as it doesn't hurt anything
> that "smbpasswd -a" is broken.
I can't tell what's better or worse... last time I had to setup my samba
users I went with pdbedit, it seemed to me more complete:
OTOH, both tools should work over the same user database you have setup,
whatever it is (smbpasswd, tdbsam...).
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