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Access windows 2003 share from Samba

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I made this question in the Solaris area:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Solaris/Q_20924699.html (worth 500 points.)

Maybe some Linux experts can help me out here.

I'm trying to access a windows 2003 share without enabling the guest account.

Thanks.
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Question by:pepitoH
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I replied in the Solaris section.
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Same here:-)

-- Glenn
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by:pepitoH
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Thanks Alf666.

You too GNS.
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