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How can I connect my Ubuntu to Vista file sharing? Note: Vista uses NTLMV2 Authentication.

How can I connect my Ubuntu to Vista computer sharing files?   Note: Vista uses NTLMV2 only Authentication.
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sleepless6Commented:
i'm not an expert when it comes to vista, i try and stay clear of it personally, but either way you can try the steps on this link.

http://michaelvisser.com.au/blog/connecting-windows-vista-network-share-to-ubuntu-intrepid/
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victor2008Author Commented:
Hi and thanks.  

The article you sent me will work for connecting to Windows shares not using NTLMV2 authentication.  My Windows computer use NTLMV2 authentication.  I still can't connect from my Ubuntu 8.4 to Vista shares or other Windows shares due to the fact that they all use NTLMv2 Authentication.  Do you know any Ubuntu or Linux tech support that I could call or pay so that I can get this issue answered.  I've even posted this question to the Ubuntu Forums.  no one seems to have the answer.

Thanks again!
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sleepless6Commented:
you could try your local phone directory for a local expert.

alternatively you can try the following links for futher information. there are a few people with the same or similar issue:
http://www.goitexpert.com/entry.cfm?entry=Connect-Vista-To-A-Linux-Share--UBUNTU

the followinf will tell you how to connect samba to vista which uses NTLMV2 as default.
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=6135114 (this shows howto for samba and nautilus)
https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-us-md/2008-January/000104.html
http://www.builderau.com.au/blogs/codemonkeybusiness/viewblogpost.htm?p=339270746

hope this helps
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