Want to create a DOS network boot disk

Gerald Carter gcarter at valinux.com
Wed Mar 28 13:12:00 GMT 2001

On Tue, 27 Mar 2001 baude at chartermi.net wrote:

> For some time now, I have been tring to create a DOS network boot disk
> that I can connect to linux samba server by 'net use'.  My samba
> server has been running fine and I connect Win9x clients (no password
> encryption) with no problems.
> I created a network dos disk and I am able to connect to a Win9x share
> with no problems, but when I try to connect to the smb server, I get
> rejected for what I have to assume is password problems.  The clipped
> a piece of the log file here:

The basic DOS network redirector only sends the 24byte lanman 
response IIRC.  Try using the full network redircetor or enabling
password encryption in Samba.

Cheers, jerry
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