Problems with 2.0.7
ajordan at rapidnet.net
Thu Jul 13 02:41:57 GMT 2000
I am running FreeBSD v4.0 Stable and I have Samba 2.0.7 running on it. I
have SWAT running, and have used it to configure my Samba box. Now, I can
access my smb in Win2k by going to start - run and typing in \\192.168.0.5
, but I have nmbd running and I told it to use DRAFT as the netbios
name...but, when I try to access it through My Network Places, it shows up
but when I doubleclick on it, it says "\\Draft is not accessible. The
network path was not found." I also have a Win98 machine running on the
same network, and I cannot access my smb box with the same error.
Also, I was wondering if I could use my smb box (if and when I get it
working) to be a domain logon server for Win98 and Win2k??? I know that
you are still working on support for this, but I was wondering if there was
some way of doing this at least for Win98. Just curious.
Anyway, thank you in advance for your help.
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