[Samba] Problems accessing shares on Samba from Win2000
John H Terpstra
jht at samba.org
Tue Jun 3 05:00:48 GMT 2003
On Wed, 21 May 2003, Ralf Bauer-Malz wrote:
> I´ve got the following problem:
> When accessing a share on a Samba server from Win2000 or Windows XP this
> fails. The access is denied. All the shares are visible within ...\Network
> ...\Network Neighbourhood\Workgroup\Chs-server.chs.\share2
> ...\Network Neighbourhood\Workgroup\Chs-server.chs.\Drucker und Faxdienste
> Besides this I see the following
> ...\Network Neighbourhood\sonntag\station1\c-station1
> ...\Network Neighbourhood\sonntag\station1\Daten
> When trying on the samba box
> smbclient //my-server/share -Uuser
You did create a user account on the Win2K box by the name of the user you
used in the smbclient line, didn't you?
- John T.
> then entering the user´s password (this is the user´s account on
> the Linux/Samba machine) I get the error message:
> Domain=[WORKGROUP] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.3a-6 Debian 3.0] tree
> connect failed: NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD
> Attached some log files.
> I suppose this is a problem with different workgroups on the windows
> clients. How do I get all the workgroups (domains?) to the same level?
> Windows expands the 'user' to 'Chs-server.chs.\user'. Will Samba
> unterstand this and map it to its local user 'user'???
> Hopefully I´m clear :-) I would appreciate much any comments.
John H Terpstra
Email: jht at samba.org
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