[Samba] Re: Probleman Client Win95 acess Samba PDC

Tom Dickson bombcar at bombcar.com
Wed Sep 3 06:15:05 GMT 2003

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Are all the clients set to use the same wins server?

I.E, do you have the

wins server = yes

option set in smb.conf?

It sounds to me like a browsing problem; see
http://us1.samba.org/samba/docs/man/Samba-HOWTO-Collection.html for more
information on browsing failures.

Note that nmbd takes care of the wins/browsing, so if restarting it only
fixes your problem; then you've got a hint as to what needs to be fixed.

It could also be that you need to up your

os level = 255

option if your samba server is losing the master browser war with
another machine (Win2k, for example).

- -Tom Dickson

Failed Access wrote:
| Have you added the line
| domain logons = yes
| to your smb.conf file?
| Rogério Oliveira Naressi wrote:
|>   I have Samba 2.2.3a-12.3 for Debian how PDC in network
|> with 4 subnets. This runing how Wins Server too and my
|> clients are Win2k/98/95.
|>   All clients have access samba correctly, but after some
|> days my clients 95 (only clients 95) stop to have access
|> the samba. Message: "No domain server was available to
|> validate your password".
|>   Then I restart smbd e nmbd, clients 95 to start to have
|> access the samba again.
|>   After some days my clients 95 no more access samba ...
|> Then I restart smbd e nmbd again to logon ok...
|>   With clients Win2k/98 I do not have problems.
|>   Some idea ???
|>   Rogério.
|> Rogério Oliveira Naressi - email: ronaress at esalq.usp.br
|> IPEF - Instit. de Pesq. e Est. Florestais - http://www.ipef.br
|> Depto de Ciênc. Florestais-ESALQ/USP - http://lcf.esalq.usp.br
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