[Samba] Windows 98 and Samba

Rodger Haynes rodger at thompsonprint.com
Tue Jul 16 13:35:02 GMT 2002

Try going to the samba documentation and reading about encrypted 
passwords. I'm not sure, but it sounds like this may be where the 
problem is.

Mark Sanz wrote:

> I'm in a network where we have a Windows NT 4.0 server and Windows 95 
> clients and my own machine with Windows 98.
> All of these machines can display the Linux box with Samba (2.2.3a) as 
> another client and see shared resources, BUT WINDOWS 98 CAN'T!!!
> It can see the rest of machines but Linux with Samba. I trace 
> connections with 'tcpdump' and the other machines send connections 
> with port 137, 138 and 139; my Win98 don't.
> Any idea?
> Thanks
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