[Samba] Re: Re: Question about win2000 and samba
novosirj at umdnj.edu
Fri Jan 14 21:58:03 GMT 2005
I'd say no on that one. /PERSIST is for next logon, AFAIK.
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On Fri, 24 Dec 2004, Gémes Géza wrote:
> Marco De Vitis írta:
>> Il 24/12/2004, alle ore 10:02, Gémes Géza ha scritto:
>>> It happens to me to at any W2k machine on the network, and also to other
>>> users, so I suspect it is not a network problem.
>> Maybe faulty network card/cable on the server or something like that?
>> Check the Samba logs for errors; if the problem is in Samba, they should
>> show some traces of it.
> Changed the NICs and other hardware (even the servers), and of course the
> Samba release (a couple of times) since the problem first apeared in 2001
> (then we got our first Win2k workstations). I haven't inspected Samba logs
> (yet) haunting for such simptoms, but I've did it many times for other
> problems. Anyway transfer problems were allways close to the 100Mbps hardware
> offered maximum. Could it have anything to do with specifying /PERSIST:NO
> with every NET USE command?
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