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I have been googling and googling and can't find a conclusive answer. In log files for samba, I see things like the following:

"[11560]: pam auth crap domain:" &
"NTLM CRAP authentication for user"

I'm hoping this stands for something like "Challenge Response Auth Protocol" or something, but when I show the logs to people that aren't technical, I usually get questions or looks. Anything that anyone knows about this will greatly help.

Thanks,
Tim

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If I remember correctly, it's something related to PAM when authenticating –  Mark Henderson Mar 16 '10 at 21:59

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C hallenge R esponse A uthentication P rotocol.

See: http://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Winbind#CRAP ("I think the pun is intended.")

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Wow, and I was just guessing. I guess it makes sense, then. Thank you. –  Tim Cronin Mar 16 '10 at 22:21

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