tms3 at fsklaw.net
Tue May 4 11:31:07 GMT 2004
Hi, new to list.
Running FreeBSD 5.2.1 with latest samba port. I've gotten rather far,
but have hit a bit of a snag. After getting kerberos and DNS sorted
out, I did
net ads join -U (An Admin name) got a pass prompt, the pass was
accepted. Cool. Had created no samba accounts, so from my laptop
(FreeBSD 5.1) I typre
mount_smbfs //user at unix/directory /directory got a pass request and it
worked. WooHoo I said. Alas, the Winblowz XP workstations, and 2000
servers cannot map. In XP I usually get a login request, use the same
account I used from my laptop, and it just comes back asking for a pass.
The 2000 server responds "The mapped drive could not be created because
the following error has occured: The account is not authorized to log
in from this station."
So, I'm not sure what to do next. Should I change security = user to
server? Is it a M$ problem (boy that would suprise me ;-) )? I'd
appreciate any suggestions.
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