Win2k, Samba, & Win'9x
Ben_Meyer at pfm.org
Thu Jul 20 20:16:49 GMT 2000
For clarity, as Kevin Colby pointed out to me, here is some more
The network itself is running NT4 PDC/BDCs. The Win2k machine is running as
a PDC of its own test domain. The Linux/Samba system is being run as a
client to the two.
I have been able to successfully get it on the NT4 domain as with my other
linux systems. I would like to try to get it to be a member of the win2k
domain. However, in either case, this system will not allow users to access
Q. To remove from a domain, you simply delete (or rename) the
DOMAIN.MACHINE.mac file, right?
> I have am on a network that primarily operates with NT4 server. We are
> testing Win2k and Linux. I have just setup a linux box so
> that it operates
> through the Win2k test system, but am unable to browse it.
> Under Win2k I get
> a prompt for user name and password but it will not accept
> it, under Win'95
> I get a prompt asking for a password for the user $IPC as if
> there were no
> shares, but it has several shares.
> I am using Samba version 2.0.6 on Red Hat 6.2. It is a fresh
> install. Would
> this problem be solved if I upgraded to Samba 2.0.7?
> Thank you.
> Ben M.
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