[Samba] how to see samba servers in win 7 network
rowlandpenny241155 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 22 15:55:21 UTC 2015
On 22/11/15 15:31, Lanny Baron wrote:
> There is no AD server. Just a few freebsd/ubuntu servers. The PDC
> server has security = user and the other member servers have security
> = domain
> There are no windows servers in this small network. Only windows and
> ubuntu clients. The ubuntu clients can see all the samba servers. Only
> windows clients can't
> Lanny Baron
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> On 11/22/2015 10:23 AM, Rowland Penny wrote:
>> On 22/11/15 15:10, Lanny Baron wrote:
>>> Have a few samba servers in a small network. The only way any
>>> windows client can see shares is to use \\servername
>>> From the samba pdc, running smbclient -L pdc-server -N shows list of
>>> servers. So its not an issue of the samba server being able to
>>> resolve other member servers.
>>> Opening Network only shows the local computer (itself). I have
>>> searched around and find any fix for this.
>> If your shares are on a Samba AD DC, then They will not be visible by
>> network browsing, this is because the 'nbt' part of the 'samba'
>> binary does not contain the required code and you cannot use the
>> 'nmbd' binary on a DC.
Sorry, so used to others referring to an AD DC as a PDC.
Is nmbd running on the Samba server ?
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