[Samba] [Solved] Problems with Windows Vista and Linux Samba share
Per Dalgas Jakobsen
pdj at knaldgas.dk
Fri Mar 4 09:14:58 MST 2011
On 2011-02-28 17:22, Per Dalgas Jakobsen wrote:
> I've set up a Debian machine with Samba 3.5.6, acting as a stand-alone
> server (NAS).
> I have a Windows Vista client participating in a company domain, but
> the client should have access to the Samba (which is not on the domain).
> I can connect from the Windows client to the Samba server using the
> servers IP-address.
> I can immediately browse around, open and creating files and directories.
> Then after a minute or so, Windows cannot use or reconnect to the
> share anymore...
> I have to delete the connection "net use z: /delete" and then make a
> new connection.
> workgroup = XYZ
> netbios name = XYZ-NAS
> server string = %h server (Samba %v)
> log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
> max log size = 1000
> syslog = 0
> encrypt passwords = yes
> comment = Our data
> path = /data/
> browseable = yes
> writable = yes
> valid users = abc
> public = no
> Any suggestion as to what I am doing wrong?
> What I really want to achieve; is to have my own little NAS attached
> physically to the company network, but not in any way participating
> in, or disturbing that network - I do not want to anger the IT
> Only one user should get access to the NAS.
> I hope someone can help me out...
GAAAAAH!!! IP-address was already used by other machine - How can any
IT-system accept a DHCP server leasing out the same IP address to two
different machines simultaneously?
New IP-address and connection works perfectly!
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