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Today's Topics:

   1. sbmclient file access (Cole_Pat at
   2. MS Client 3 + Samba (Marcos Andrade)


Message: 1
From: Cole_Pat at
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Subject: sbmclient file access
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 17:56:44 -0500

I'm having a problem getting  a list of  shares on a host  with
This is a system running W2K.  It's in the QA lab (test system on the
private net).  The system I'am issuing the sbmclient cmd from has been
homed to access the private/public nets.

I  created a share named "SilkTest" on the system malibu with F/C
permissions.    Now I need to access this share and download a file into

Any ideas?

	su-2.05# smbclient -L malibu
	load_client_codepage: filename
does not exist.
	load_unicode_map: filename
does not exist.
	added interface ip= bcast=
	added interface ip= bcast=
	session request to MALIBU failed (Called name not present)
	Anonymous login successful
	Domain=[CIFS-DVT] OS=[Windows 5.0] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN

	        Sharename      Type      Comment
	        ---------      ----      -------
	Error returning browse list: ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access

	        Server               Comment

> Pat Hargress-Cole             
> Data General A Division of EMC 2          
> Internet:  colep at
> Phone: 919-248-5839


Message: 2
From: "Marcos Andrade" <marcos_andrade at>
To: smb-clients at
Subject: MS Client 3 + Samba 
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 13:06:29 +0000

Im working with Samba, using MSDOS estations. The client i'm using is MS

Client 3, It conects and appears works well, but when you type "DIR" you

can't see the real disk space, you see zero disk space. So every time i
to write to a file i receive " disk full". By Windows i can see the disk

space and work well.
What can i do to solve this problem ?



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