mount etc/fstab and smb connections to Windows from SUSE

I just changed to a 2003 AD domain for the server I am connecting to.  My etc/fstab displays the following;

//10.0.0.1/somelogfolder$ /mnt/logs        smbfs              username-myusername       0 0

     I used to just type mount /mnt/logs and it would ask me for my password and all would be good.  Now I get the error message;
####: session setup failed: ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied.) SMB connection failed.

     Any suggestions you could provide would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Awakenings
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ShineOnCommented:
"I just changed to a 2003 AD domain for the server I am connecting to"

This is the key phrase.

A Win2K3 AD domain controller will expect signed SMB traffic only...

I don't know what your Samba client config looks like, but if it's not a configuration thing, it could be a version thing - try updating to the latest rev of Samba client for your distro.
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awakeningsAuthor Commented:
ShineOn,

     I figured out the solution.  Yours isn't it, but I'll give you points anyway.
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ShineOnCommented:
Please post back what the solution is, and request it be closed with refund...
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awakeningsAuthor Commented:
ShineOn,

    The solution is as follows;

//10.0.0.1/somelogfolder$ /mnt/logs        smbfs              username-myusername/MyDomain       0 0

How do I request the question be closed with refund?

Awakenings
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