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my first install was redhat 7.0 - and i didn't use it long till 7.1 came out I'll have to pass on the old slackware CD's though, but I keep ...
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    my first install was redhat 7.0 - and i didn't use it long till 7.1 came out

    I'll have to pass on the old slackware CD's though, but I keep saying I'm going to try some different distros (I also keep saying I may try XP someday so i can put it on for the windows folks)

    Off the subject - anyone ever convince win2k to stop storing local copies of the password's from the PDC? (yes I could make a new topic, but i figure it will either be Dolda or gentee who answers, if anyone (sorry wassy no windows for you ))
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    Open regedit
    go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\Lsa
    go to edit menu, select new key
    Name: NoLMHash Value: 1
    close regedit and restart

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    ohh boy, gonna try that tomorrow

    where did you get it from?
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    I don't remember but I had to do something like that awhile back at my previous job. Luckily I still had a copy of the email I sent out to everyone in the NOC on how to do this.

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    sweet, thanks
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    BTW, that has to be done on the pdc.

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    oh no no no..... the PDC is a linux box using samba to serve to my windows users. Problem is win2k will store a copy of the password somewhere - lets say samba has a user josh

    if the network is there and good, josh can logon no problem.

    If i disconnect the network (and now can not contact the PDC to authenticate my login) and josh tries to login windows says it is unable to get my profile from the server, and is using a temporary one - now i know it stores the passwords, because i i try to login as josh with the wrong password(while disconnected from the PDC) it says no.
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    Hmm, well you can try that on a client and see if it has the same effect.

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    yeah i was gonna
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    Also the user needs to change their password for this to take effect. Forgot about that last nite.

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