[Samba] Win98 logon error
curtis at npc-usa.com
Fri Apr 18 23:23:58 GMT 2003
I have been researching and researching this but with no luck.
Whenever I try to logon onto a Samba 2.2.7 PDC from Win98, I get an
error to the effect:
The share name was not found. Be sure you typed it correctly.
I wish to note that my W2K clients log on no problem.
Various articles I've seen on this touch upon the following issues:
1) encrypted passwords. I have encrypted passwords enabled on the Samba
server as well as on the client.
2) mapped shares. I removed all previous shares to be sure it wasn't
mapping to the former domain.
3) somebody had something about registry entries that refer to maps to
other computers. I don't think there are any in my registry, but then
how can I be sure?
4) remove all .pwl files. There are none.
Now one thing I do have enable are local policies. The primary
restrictions merely state that the client must be authenticated by a PDC
in order to log in and that passwords are not cached. Nothing else
seems to be relevent.
In order to test this computer I did actually turn off the 2
aforementioned policy restrictions. But nonetheless I still got the same
Any other ideas? I understand that this is an old topic, but I've been
going through the archives.
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