[Samba] Re: Server string cached somewhere ?

Dennis McLeod dmcleod at foranyauto.com
Tue Feb 13 17:29:01 GMT 2007

It's stored in the registry on XP machines. (98/ME/2000, too, I would

Mine was in my profile:


It didn't appear in HKEY_CURRENT_USER, though.
Just do a registry search for part of the current description, and delete
the value when you find it. Then un-map, and remap the share. It should show
the value you have setup in Samba. If you change it in Samba, though, you'll
have to do it again.
Hope this helps,

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Subject: [Samba] Re: Server string cached somewhere ?

You can't help me for this issue ?

Roman ZARAGOCI a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I set the server string to : (%U/%m - %T) on the global section. When 
> connecting to the samba server, the server string shown is ok.
> But when I'm opening one of the shares (like [homes]), the old server 
> string is displaying on the top of my window (the title).
> I restart many times the samba service and the server rebooted many 
> times too.
> How can I apply the server string set up on the global section to all 
> of my shares ?
> Soz' for my english, I'm french :o)
> Thanks in advance !

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