smbclient -N --no-pass broken
mschwendt at gmail.com
Thu Jul 17 09:42:43 UTC 2008
On Wed, 16 Jul 2008 19:01:59 -0700, Skunk Worx wrote:
> Example :
> $ smbclient -A /tmp/foo -N //192.168.200.10/a_share -D / -c ls
> Where :
> /tmp/foo contains :
> Under F7 this worked fine. The -N (or --no-pass) option helps deal with
> broken credentials files (/tmp/foo) so no prompt is requested or shown.
> For example in scripts, which should not hang.
> Under F9 this fails with :
> Anonymous login successful
> Domain=[FOO] OS=[Windows 5.0] Server=[Windows 2000 Lan Manager]
> tree connect failed : NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED
> I don't see anything in bugzilla about this. Should I bz or ask
> elsewhere about this?
Options -A and -N are unrelated. Both skip the password prompt to
make smbclient non-interactive. -A because it can read the credentials
from a file. -N because it is used when no password is needed (login
as guest/nobody). Either one worked for you, but access to the share
was denied. What do you think is the bug?
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