[Samba] Error connecting from an W2K.
jwharton at acpafl.org
Wed Mar 26 14:09:27 GMT 2003
at the command line, type set. This will return all sorts of results.
one line should read something like:
if it reads:
LOGONSERVER=\\YourWorkstation, then you are not truly authenticating to the
another line will read:
USERDOMAIN=YOURDOMAIN make sure that this specifies your domain.
The error you are reporting, is because somewhere along the line, the remote
share does not know who you are.
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> TURPIN, SERGE
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> Subject: [Samba] Error connecting from an W2K.
> I quick question for the expert.
> I run samba server 2.2.3a on a HP 11i Unix server.
> All connectivity testing between the samba server and the
> workstation seems
> to working fine.
> The problem is when I try to connect to the samba server from
> a W2K machine
> on the same workgroup, not on the same subnet network.
> I receive this following error when invoking the
> Net view \\tivlab22\pub command
> System error 5 has occurred.
> Access is denied
> I also received the following error when invoking a net use command.
> The account is not authorized to log in from this workstation.
> Some tips from you guys will be very appreciated.
> Serge Turpin
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