Win2K and Samba

Armand Welsh armand at
Thu Jan 4 19:00:33 GMT 2001

SV: Win2K and Sambaas was the case for me... the lastest cvs HEAD works great.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Peter Chr. Hansen 
  To: 'Eric P. McCoy' 
  Cc: Samba-Ntdom (E-mail) 
  Sent: Thursday, January 04, 2001 5:55 AM
  Subject: SV: Win2K and Samba

  You should use the latest cvs. version tag samba_2_2 is works. 

  I have just as you, tried to get it to work but no luck. Then I decided to retrieve the latest cvs code 
  and bum it work the first time !!!! 

  Med venlig hilsen/Yours Sincerely :-) 
  Peter Chr. Hansen, mailto:pch at 
  Schilling Data A/S, 
  Tlf.: 4399 7500, Fax.: 4399 7186 

  -----Oprindelig meddelelse----- 
  Fra: Eric P. McCoy [mailto:emccoy at] 
  Sendt: 4. januar 2001 11:58 
  Til: samba-ntdom at 
  Emne: Re: Win2K and Samba 

  ...and continuing my previous email message (curse Eudora mapping Ctrl+E to 
  "send" instead of "end of line!"), all nmbd dumps to the log are messages 
  about (in order): 

     workgroup search on subnet found 
     workgroup search on subnet found 
     announce_myself_to_domain_master: t (978605063) - last(978604993) < 900 
     dump workgroup on subnet 
       GRPKP(1) current master browser = LACHESIS 
         LACHESIS 400c9b0b ( 
     dump workgroup on subnet [same as above] 
     dump workgroup on subnet UNICAST_SUBNET 
       GRPKP(1) current master browser = UNKNOWN [otherwise same] 
     workgroup search on subnet UNICAST_SUBNET: found 
     workgroup search on subnet UNICAST_SUBNET: found 

  This is repeated every ten seconds.  The last() number is always the same, 
  the t() number increments by ten each time. 

  I _am_ running Win2K Server SP1, which, I understand, may or may not be a 
  problem.  But I'm not getting an error message like anyone else has 
  reported.  I can browse the GRPKP "domain" and even connect to shares on 
  the Samba server (by manually entering a valid username) just fine.  Via 
  "NET USE" I can specify a domain with the usernames just fine. 

  This is driving me crazy.  I'd like to point out that the "Configure Your 
  Server" program refused to let me set the Win2K box up as a standalone 
  server, claiming that there was at least one other domain controller on the 
  network.  (The firewall doesn't pass SMB traffic, and the Linux box is the 
  only other computer on the same side of the firewall.) 

  Please help! 

  Eric P. McCoy <emccoy at> 

  "Jamaican?  I thought you were some sort of outer-space potato man!" 

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