I have Windows Server 2012 with AD and other roles on it. I have an Ubuntu VM running in HyperV. Everything else works great. Apache and etc. I setup Samba and the shares. Shares show up fine. On Windows client I open them and I am not prompted for credentials even though I have disabled guest access. I have tried mapping it to a network drive with the user another user option selected and still no go. I have read access to the shares. It will let me write after I CHMOD 777 my share folder but I do not want that. Also I have checked and removed any saved credentials in Windows credentials manager related to the Ubuntu server.
I have created a samba user of "eg" as you see in the config below. This is also the name of the unix user I use to admin the Ubuntu server. I have checked the /var/log/samba folder but all logs for today are 0 bytes.
Below are my share configs:
[EG Home] comment = EG User Home Share path = /home/eg valid users = eg browsable = yes guest ok = no read only = no create mask = 0775 writeable = Yes write list = eg [EG Web] comment = Web Files path = /www/ valid users = eg browsable = yes guest ok = no read only = no create mask = 0775 writeable = Yes write list = eg