Samba on Win2K

Oliver Schulze L. oliver at
Fri Nov 2 16:13:02 GMT 2001

What version of samba are you using?


Barker, Brian W. wrote:

>Hello - I have a simple LAN with a Solaris server, one WIN95 machine
>and one WIN2K machine. I want to share a Solaris disk with the 2
>PCs. Samba is running fine on Solaris, I can see the disk from my
>WIN95 machine and can access and modify files on it. My simple
>smb.conf on the Solaris machine is:
>workgroup = MYGROUP
>path = /data/h
>writeable = yes
>All Solaris diagnostics look ok. When I go to my WIN2K machine,
>and try and 'map a network drive (\\dobbs\datah) where dobbs is the
>Solaris machine, I get the error message:
>Attempting to connect to ...
>"The account is not authorized to log in from this station"
>On my WIN2K my workgroup is MYGROUP and my login name and
>password are the same as they are on the Solaris machine.
>Can anyone help?
>(PS: my WIN2K can see dobbs, I can 'ping dobbs' and telnet and ftp to it.)
>Brian Barker
>Rosslyn, VA

Oliver Schulze L.
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