Help With Xp Pro Sp2 With Samba
Best regards PS. Setup clients to use WINS. If I go to map > network drive I type the shares in like say \\apollo.local\common the > server returns a request for a user name and password but even if I've created following directories in /etc/samba directory: shared server users In server directory I've created folders for all virtual NetBIOS names: group1svrr group2svr .
I've experenced sevral problems and resolved all of them but sevral. share|improve this answer answered Jul 18 '10 at 21:34 Evan Anderson 128k13149292 1 It'll work like a charm. Thanks in advance, Henry Previous message: Antwort: Re: [Samba] Getting samba ldap to work? Using Replace in SQL Natives of California How to say "To clarify, ...?" in Japanese? original site
I could connect though adding them with a URL, "http://FLS1:631/printers/HP_LaserJet_4", but when adding them through browsing the network as \\FLS1\HP_LaserJet_4", it would say it could nto connect and access was denied. I just fully disabled it and will restart. Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] I am running Samba 3.0.7 on Gentoo Linux.
Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/309045 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? If you could post the exact line I need to post in the firewall port exception page of FC4 that would also help. Plese help me, I'm only 15 but enjoy working wiht this while still having a life ;)! Samba server is also domain master for my domain.
I was able to on FC3 with SMB4K. No, create an account now. Here's my smb.conf (link (http://www.bfserver.com/files/smb.conf)) file just in case! https://lists.samba.org/archive/samba/2005-January/098832.html Join our site today to ask your question.
When I put all includes into one file %U.conf and last line of the samba.conf looks like: include /etc/samba/users/%U.conf everything works fine. Try that and maybe you can browse your shares see also http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=61106 and check your win firewall especially if your running SP2 BFEINZIMER25th June 2005, 09:27 PMPlease read my origional post I tried changing my windows username from "Brian Feinzimer" to "brian_feinzimer" and adding into Linux and then making it a Samba user with the same password. I have allready turned off ALL firewalls while testing and it wont do it.
Dam! Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] More information about the samba mailing list Windows XP Pro SP2 and samba config for some It looks like there is not allowed nested includes for windows xp pro sp2. I'm running FC4 from FC3 and did a fresh install.
BFEINZIMER25th June 2005, 08:20 PMIt's a no-go...dient work either way...in fact, when it was totally disabeled, I couldent even see WORKGROUP in SMB4K! my set up is a modem connected to a hardware router on a static IP with a linux server jarhan, Dec 18, 2004 #1 This thread has been Locked and Can wind immediately freeze something? If there is no %U.conf file inside server folder user can't see any share on this server.
Tried leaving and rejoining the domain. When I do this, I am able >> to rejoin fine, it says "Welcome to the
The request cannot be fulfilled by the server current community blog chat Server Fault Meta Server Fault your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Browse other questions tagged samba openvpn port-forwarding server-message-block cifs or ask your own question. In SMB4K, the machine shows up but nothing under the "+" when I extend it.
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How to get byte type (eg. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Hope this helps. it might happen during > windows update without you doing anything on Samba side. > > > Tomek Previous message: [Samba] Sudden domain login problems from XP-pro sp2 clients, Please help!
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I guess the smb.conf file I posted does not have all my samab settings in it...lemmie know what else I can provied you with! does any one have any ideas all other machines work fine their windows 98 and 2000.... I have been seraching the net all morning. Create an Alphabet Song What's the difference betwen " and ' - and when to use it?
Error was Transport endpoint is not connected" Opon searches of that error, I have tried blocking port 445 (forcing to use only 139) with iptables which has no effect. 5. How would I set a quota for that? xp surfs the web great (other pc work great) i have shut off Service Name WebClient on the xp machine little if any results ....... What did I make wrong?
Nothing seems to be working, does anyone know what is going on? Next message: [Samba] Sudden domain login problems from XP-pro sp2 clients, Please help! CAN Bus Licensing Is there a "reverse-Accio" spell? I also tried that in the authantication with SMB4K but to no avail.
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