abex at cradle.com
Fri Apr 12 01:33:03 GMT 2002
Ru trying to connect Samba machine from Windows 2000...!!! If yes...then
just try to do one thing go Local Security Policy (i.e. in the Control Panel
--> Administrative Tools ). The go to Local Policies --> Security Option & just
double click this option --> "Send Unencrypted password to connect to
third-party SMB servers." just enable this option if it is disabled...& then
try to restart the machine to make the settings effective...& try to access
Samba machine after restart...!!! there r several reasons to get the error u
specified...but still u can try this option...!!! this can be done in NT 4.0
"Peirce, Robert" wrote:
> Dear Group:
> I am in the process of implementing SAMBA 2.2.2 on a Solaris 2.6 Sparc
> station to integrate with Win2k stations. I have installed SAMBA 2.2.2 on
> the Sparc station and configure the inetd.conf file and the smbconfig file.
> I can now see the Sparc station in the NT domain, but when I try to browse
> it I receive an error stating "the account is not authorized to log in from
> this station". Has anyone seen this error before?
> I addition to this I could not find concise documentation stating if SAMBA
> provided Unix stations with the ability to access NT drive. I know it
> allows NT to access Unix drives, but I need to make sure that it is capable
> of both.
> Any help with this will be greatly appreciated.
> Rob Peirce, MCSE, CNA
> Systems Administrator
> Enser Corporation
> Cinnamison, NJ 08077
> 856-829-5522 x 45
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