Advice on Win98 -> Win2K transition?
jsarmiento at ccom.org
Sat Sep 29 11:16:02 GMT 2001
If you use samba as a PDC (for the smb.conf I guess you do) you will need
samba 2.2 for clients to login successfully.
On Saturday 29 September 2001 12:10 pm, Steve Snyder wrote:
> My LAN is running Samba v2.0.10 on RedHat Linux v7.1 and everything is
> running great. Not content to leave well enough alone, we will soon be
> converting all the Win98 clients to Win2K. What kind of Samba-related
> difficulties, if any, should I expect?
> Samba exports both shared drives and printers to the client machine on the
> Network. Client machines are given access to their home drives as well as
> unrestricted access to all printers and public drives on the network. The
> global section of our smb.conf is shown below.
> Note also that we also have Linux and OS/2 clients, so I can't make any
> Samba config changes that would break that existing functionality.
> So... any advice on this upcoming client transition to Win2K?
> workgroup = SNYDERNET
> server string = Server for SnyderNet LAN
> interfaces = lo eth0
> bind interfaces only = True
> hosts deny = all
> hosts allow = 192.168.0.
> netbios name = sunburn
> name resolve order = hosts bcast
> dns proxy = no
> printcap name = /etc/printcap
> load printers = yes
> printing = lprng
> max log size = 100
> log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log
> security = user
> encrypt passwords = yes
> smb passwd file = /etc/smbpasswd
> null passwords = yes
> domain logons = yes
> logon script = netlogon
> logon path = /home/samba/netlogon
> local master = yes
> domain master = yes
> os level = 33
> preferred master = yes
> client code page = 437
> lock directory = /var/lock/samba
> time server = yes
> socket options = IPTOS_LOWDELAY TCP_NODELAY
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