[Samba] WinY2k Access Denied on Printing
adam at morrison-ind.com
Fri May 17 05:07:04 GMT 2002
>I assume this sentence:
>re-add they can't print for a little while before
>really should be: re-add they can print for a little while before
>This sounds like authentication (how would I know).
This identical config worked without this problem under Samba 2.2.1a. If
it was authenitcation how would they be able to print at all? It does
work, but only for awhile.
>Have you tried easing up on the security, making the print share guest ok =yes.
Every printer queue stanza looks like this:
comment = Traverse City Optra Laser Printer
path = /tmp
create mask = 0700
guest ok = Yes
printable = Yes
>>I have a Red Hat Linux release 7.1 (Seawolf) Samba 2.2.4 PDC and fileserver
>>built with --with-ldapsam. The clients are either win9x or WinY2k.
>>Authenitcation, etc... all works great.
>>But print sharing is a real pain. Under 2.2.1a printing worked great, but our
>>VOIP phone system wouldn't joint the domain until we upgraded to 2.2.4. Initial
>>testing of 2.2.4 made it seem like everything worked. But eventually WinY2k
>>users can't print, they simply get access denied. If they remove the printer
>>and re-add they can't print for a little while before it goes back to access denied.
>>ANY assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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