Visible but not accessible
Nik.Sands at utas.edu.au
Thu Feb 8 02:43:14 GMT 2001
And you've done the registry edit to allow plain text passwords? (I think
this is required for NT, but I don't know about 98 - possibly not).
Can you send us a copy of your smb.conf file?
At 10:32 AM 2/8/01 +0800, you wrote:
>Thanks for you help but...
>...tried logging into NT using the same user id & password as the one in
>Samba but the error still occur. Similar problem too with Win98 machines.
>It's driving me NUT!!!
>From: Nik Sands [mailto:Nik.Sands at utas.edu.au]
>Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2001 4:43 AM
>To: Ben Choong Mun Sin
>Cc: samba at samba.org
>Subject: Re: Visible but not accessible
>Are you logging into Windows NT with the same username as you are using
>There appears to be a bug in WinNT which will ignore the username you type
>in to connect to your Samba share IF it differs from the username with
>which you logged into Windows. Note that this is for any SMB share (Samba
>or NT). The problem appears to be fixed in Win2000 and does not occur in
>all installations of WinNT, so I don't know exactly where or how the bug
>At 05:52 PM 2/7/01 +0800, you wrote:
> >Hi All,
> >I've managed to configure my Samba server in such a way that it is visible
> >from Microsoft Windows Network but keep getting this invalid
> >username/password error message when I try to map it.
> >Both Samba and NT Server are not in the same domain.
> >Can anybody help?!!
>NIK SANDS - Systems Administrator MailTo:Nik.Sands at utas.edu.au
>Information Technology Services Phone: +61-3-63243732
>University of Tasmania, Australia Fax: +61-3-63243081
NIK SANDS - Systems Administrator MailTo:Nik.Sands at utas.edu.au
Information Technology Services Phone: +61-3-63243732
University of Tasmania, Australia Fax: +61-3-63243081
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