[Samba] Samba and NT 4.0

Joel Hammer Joel at HammersHome.com
Sun Apr 28 16:28:02 GMT 2002

Here is all I have to make windows98 boxes and an XP laptop access my
linux samba server, without a password. I have read only = yes but you
could change that if you have to write to it. You wouldn't need strict
syn either, unless you are writing to the samba server, I think. Ditto
the veto files.  About no services responding, have you gone through
DIAGNOSIS.txt in the source docs/textdocs?  Look at your firewall,
make sure samba is running, look in your samba log, look in
/var/log/messages, and so on. 


	encrypt passwords = yes
	netbios name = HAMMER2
	netbios aliases = gateway
	interfaces = 
	security = SHARE
	log level = 3 
	guest account = ftp
	hosts allow = 192.168.  127.0.0. 
	strict sync = Yes
	veto files = /*.eml/*.nws/riched20.dll/
        veto files = /*.{*}/            

	comment = All Files
	path = /
	read only = Yes
	guest ok = Yes

> Good Afternoon all!
> Hey I have been having one heck of a time getting my NT boxes to access my
> Samba Server. At this point I get a message saying there is no service
> responding at the remote network. I have tried everything at this point and
> am at my wit's end. Does anyone have a smb.conf file that is working for
> them at this point in the same environment? Is there something else that
> could be the issue? I want to set up a network environment where no
> passwords are needed to go from the NT boxes to the Samba Server. Are
> passwords a must?
> What else should I be looking at? My main goal is to get the FTP server that
> is running on the NT environment to map to the web directories on my Linux
> box.
> Any and all help is appreciated.
> Keith Kasin
> www.selectdatasystems.com - web hosting and database services.
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