Security = user is the default and need not even be there except to remind you of what is being used I guess. I have a very good bash script to work with Samba you need to get called SACT you can find here:
On 11/21/2013 3:26 AM, gregmccarthy wrote:
> Thought I’d post this in case anyone else runs into the same problem
> where you cannot access samba shares after upgrading to 13.1
> On 12.x Samba3 was used. I see after upgrading to 13.1, Samba was
> upgraded to 4.1
> After the upgrade I could no longer access my shares - kept getting
> prompted for passwords.
> Turns out, from the logs files:
> WARNING: Ignoring invalid value ‘share’ for parameter ‘security’
> The security=share parameter has finally been ignored. I knew this day
> was coming but I was still using security=share
> Changed to “security = user” fixed the problem for me.
Two security modes were removed from Samba4, “share” and “server”. They have been depreciated for sometime.
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