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Páll Valmundsson palli_nls at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 5 05:12:03 GMT 2001

Hi Christopher,

what I did was just to disable the View as Web Page stuff in
w2k. that way media player didn't lock the file I was trying to rename.
it may not be much of a solution but it works.


-----Original Message-----
From: christopher j bottaro  [mailto:cjb at cs.utexas.edu]
Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2001 7:28  PM
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: "Access Denied" when  trying to rename a file from win2k

i'm new to samba, don't really know much besides  getting the samba server
up and running.  i have redhat-7.1 running samba  on one machine and i
access my home from my win2k machine.  i can listen  to my mp3's, etc from
win2k, but when i try to rename from win2k, i get the  access denied
message.  also, in my mp3s dir, i can create a new file,  edit/rename it,
delete it, etc, but files that already exist, i can't rename  for some
reason.  the permissions on the linux side are set for  read/write/execute
for the user.  what is wrong?  can anyone answer  this problem or defer me
to some reading or documentation about  this?

thank you,

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