[cifs-protocol] Need Native OS field information for mac OS 9
George K Colley
gcolley at apple.com
Tue Aug 2 10:48:30 MDT 2011
On Aug 2, 2011, at 2:26 AM, kumar t wrote:
> Thanks much for your quick response George, we have mac OS10x in our setup do we simulate the native lan manager with DAVE version by installing the application the mac 10x OS and disabling the native smbclient. Any suggestions on this will be much appreciated.
The Apple Mac OS X SMB Client and the Thursby Mac OS 9 SMB Client are completely different. You would be better off getting the Thursby Mac OS X product and testing with it. I believe they still have a demo version that runs on 10.6.x
> Kumar Tamilmani.
> On 2 August 2011 09:09, George K Colley <gcolley at apple.com> wrote:
> On Aug 1, 2011, at 12:15 AM, kumar t wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I need to do some testing related to MAC OS 9 client in my testing environment, To simulate that I need to know the “Native OS “ & “Native Lan Manager” field for MAC OS 9 in the session setup request. If any one have some information related to that please share it.
>> Appreciate much on your help.
> Apple never shipped a SMB Client version for Mac OS 9. A company call Thursby did and another company that I can't remember the name. I believe the Native LAN Manger had the string "DAVE", with the version in it. I don't remember the Native OS but would guess Mac OS 9? If this is the product you are talking about their web site is http://www.thursby.com/
>> For example mac OS 10x has the below native OS and Native Lan manager info.
>> Native OS: Mac OS X 10.6.7
>> Native LAN Manager: SMBFS 1.6.6
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Kumar Tamilmani
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> Kumar Tamilmani
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