[Samba] New Windows 7 PC in samba network sees itself as logonserver respectively can not access subdirectories
andreas.moroder at sb-brixen.it
Tue Feb 28 03:07:14 MST 2012
we are preparing a new image for our windows 7 computers. We can connect
to the domain, we also see all of our samba servers. On one server we
can logon, see also the directories in the share, but when we try to
open subdirectories explorer hangs for a long time and then a dialog
appears telling me that I probably don't have the rights on this directory.
The only strange thins I see in this PC is that the environment variable
LOGONSERVER is set to the name of the PC itself.
On this server on the share we want to access we have set
force user = wwwrun
force group = nogroup
I tried via ssh to cd to the directories I want to go via samba and I
have enough rights as wwwrun
All works well from all our XP and also older Win 7 computers.
Can anyone please help me.
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