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win2k & smb

Posted on 2000-02-22
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I have samba set up on my linux box on a 10mbit subnet.  I have my win2k machine on a diff. 100mbit subnet.  i have the linux box mapped out in "lmhosts". i can see the linux machine when i do a search for it netBIOS name on win2k. i can mount the win2k machine onto the linux machine.  i have client and flie/print sharing installed on win2k. i cannot mount linux onto my win2k machine: error message: the account is not authorized to log in from this station.   there are no permissions set on my samba server.  i can mount it onto my win95 machine no problem. n e help would be greatly apriciated.
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by:Derrick_Wong
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You are using Win2k Server or Professional?
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Luan earned 100 total points
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There are two solutions to solve that:

1. Win95 uses clean text passwords for smb-file sharing. Win98 and WinNT and also W2K not. You still can use plain text passwords in W2k (=not encrypted). But for that you have to modify a registry key in W2k.
In the actual samba distribution is an .reg file which can do that automaticallly for you. Or take a loook on samba.org. Read also encryption.txt in the doc folder of your samba package.

2. It is possible that your samba server has limited client-access by subnet. Check the line "interfaces" in your smb.conf file and make sure, that the other subnet, which holds your win2k client, is also included.

If nothing helps, you should post more details. Which IPS, does your clients have and the smb.conf fiel itself.

good luck
Luan


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