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SAMBA Client - domain authentication

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I'm running Debian 3.0r2 with Samba 2.2.3a-12.3.

I'm not extremely concerned about hosting SMB shares at present, just with connecting to them.

I can connect fine to one WIntel box with smbclient to list all available shares "smbclient -L server1 -U myusername" Then prompts for password and lists all shares fine. Will also mount perfectly.

However, username and password I am using for server1 are local accounts. When I try to connect to a file server on the Win2K AD domain, I get the "NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED" error. I have tried prefixing my username with "DOMAIN\" with no avail.

I have SWAT however it's not the most intuitive console in the world and I'm happy just using vi, but the smb.conf manual is confusing me.

I'm pretty sure the issue lies with this conf file. If somebody can give me a specific set of explained steps to set up domain authentication I'd be most grateful. Cheers.

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