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Authenticating Failed When Connecting to share on Server 2000

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I have I File Share Server Running Server 2000 w/ the latest updates. Now out of nowhere when the Clients (running OS X 10.4.11) try connecting to the server via afp://servername or through the MY Network, browse for the server then connect the put their user name and paaswd and then it says "Authenticating "user name" on "Server name", then after about 2 minutes it says authentication failed Error 32". It never used to do that it would always just connect. I haven't changed anything on the server in a couple of weeks. Any thoughts?
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kanalQko earned 500 total points
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connect to share via samba

smb://

here it is written by microsoft for sbs 2003 domain but it`s the same for 2000 domain

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=89EE677B-0FF6-4558-A54B-6070E2C8CD65&displaylang=en
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cool thanks, read it and tried it and it worked!!
thanks
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