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SubjectRe: Problem with CIFS
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>Can you show me where the problem is ? 
>Currently in smbd/negprot.c we have :
>
> /* do spnego in user level security if the client
> supports it and we can do encrypted passwords*/
>
> if (global_encrypted_passwords_negotiated &&
> (lp_security() != SEC_SHARE) &&
> lp_use_spnego() &&
> (SVAL(inbuf, smb_flg2) & FLAGS2_EXTENDED_SECURITY)) {
> negotiate_spnego = True;
> capabilities |= CAP_EXTENDED_SECURITY;
> }

I think Samba is just missing the else clause in smbd/negprot.c(since
reply_common sets FLAGS2_EXTENDED_SECURITY otherwise). Something like:

else {
remove_from_common_flags2(FLAGS2_EXTENDED_SECURITY);
SSVAL(outbuf,smb_flg2,(SVAL(outbuf,smb_flg2) &
(~FLAGS2_EXTENDED_SECURITY)));
}

but in any case I have to workaround it in the Linux cifs client by
paying more attention to the capability bit than to the actual smb flag



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