[Samba] Password problem
Moray.Henderson at ict-software.org
Tue May 22 08:11:24 MDT 2012
> From: Jorell [mailto:JorellF at fastmail.net]
> Sent: 21 May 2012 02:39
> On 5/18/2012 11:06 AM, Jaap Winius wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > My client and I are having a problem getting a portable Esaote
> > ultrasound machine to connect to a Samba server. The unit has an
> > integrated laptop with a Windows XP version that can hardly be
> > Upon delivery the vendor only changed the user name and workgroup for
> > us. When I asked for the user password to make a matching Samba
> > account, the vendor refused because they use a key on a USB stick for
> > that. They said to fill in a name and password for the server every
> > time we needed to access the Windows share.
> > So far I've experimented with the Samba "map to guest" and "guest
> > account" options, which should work, but I'd really like to see this
> > machine connect to the Samba server in the usual fashion.
> > Does anyone have any suggestions? Any workarounds, or hacks that I
> > might try?
> > Thanks,
> > Jaap
> Isn't there a check box on windows for mapping a network drive "Connect
> using different credentials"?
> Then every time the machine tries connecting to the share it should be
> using the credentials provided for the mapped drive.
> Another option would be to reset the administrator password on the XP
> machine, google: "ntpasswd".
> As for samba tricks, give the machine a static IP or a reserved IP and
> allow write access from only that IP?
If you have access to the command prompt or the ability to create batch
files, you could try "net use" commands.
"To err is human; to purr, feline."
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