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mod_auth_sanba is an Apache module that allows you use Windows user database for user password authentication and ndbm database for g
mod_auth_sanba is an Apache module that allows you use Windows user database for user password authentication and ndbm database for groups in WWW authentication.
The following directives have been added which you can put in a < Directory >, < Location > or .htaccess:
If Off, Samba will decline all requests. This can be useful in case you have virtual hosts in use and don't want to use Samba on some of them. Default is On.
If On, the system files are considered authorative, control will not be passed to other access control modules. Off allows you to use this with other access modules, to allow access for users defined in a .htpasswd file as well as other users on the system. To enable this functionality, this module should be included after mod_auth in your configuration file. Default is On.
AuthSambaDomain Domain1:NT1,NT2 Domain2:NT3 ,NT4,NT5
Specifies, which domains are to be used and what are their domain controllers. NT5 is only used if user didn't validate against Domain1 and NT3 and NT4 reported server or protocol error, when mod_auth_samba tried to connect to them.
Database, which has information about users and groups, where they belong. User is the key and group names form the data.
If username password pair is found from cache buffer, we check if it has already past timeout period or in it. If timeout has happened, we ignore cached information and try validation to domain controller. Default is 43200 seconds (= 12 hours). All failed authentications are tested against Windows servers so that proper accounts get locked and users can use their changed passwords.
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