Problems connecting via NT 4.0 SP 4
Melissa M. Thrush
mmt4q at ee.virginia.edu
Fri May 21 13:10:53 GMT 1999
Not sure, but I've had this error message on NT machines when I
don't type in the entire hostname:
net use s:\\host.ee.virginia.edu\sharename
Win95 machines don't like the entire hostname and will only accept:
net use s:\\host\sharename
On Thu, 20 May 1999, Matthew Bradarich wrote:
> Just got in new PC's running NT 4.0 SP 4, and am having trouble connecting
> to the Samba server (HP/UX 10.20 1.9.18 p10 version).
> When running a net use s:\\hostname\sharename command I get the
> following errors:
> System error 67 has occurred
> The network name can not be found
> The network connection could not be found.
> My lmhosts file is in place and I can ping the server I am trying to
> connect to.
> Been combing the Samba Faqs and Documentation for the past two days to no
> avail. I did find on these pages to do a registry edit to
> EnablePlaintextPasswords, so I did, but no help in connecting. We have a
> 95 machine it works fine with, only problem I did not set up that machine,
> and the person who did left the company.
> Need help with configurations on the NT workstation to be able to connect
> to the Unix Samba Server.
> Your help is greatly appreciated.
> Matthew Bradarich
> matthew.bradrich at telops.gte.com
> Phone (813) 978-7908
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
University of Virginia
Thornton Hall - C213
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