[ale] Mounting win 2000 drives with Samba
jbwellsiv at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 6 15:44:23 EST 2002
Ok. I'm a bit confused. When I attempt to mount the
win2k drives, I'm prompted for my username and
password. I give it my NT/2000 username and password.
This happens for both NT drives and win2k drives.
The problem is that the NT drives accept it and work,
the win2k drives accept it and don't.
Are you telling me that there may be a general
--- "James P. Kinney III"
<jkinney at localnetsolutions.com> wrote:
> That's not a samba problem. It is a permission
> problem with the sharing
> of the Win2k folders.
> Check if the win2k is sharing as the share-level or
> user level. The
> gnomba machine will need a username/password combo
> that is authorized by
> a windows server somewhere as having access. If
> there is a required
> login to access the network services, that login
> must be used to mount
> the win2k drives/folders.
> Don't use gnomba. It's error display is minimal. Use
> smbmount from a
> commandline. This will let you see the full error as
> they occur.
> On Wed, 2002-02-06 at 15:19, John Wells wrote:
> > I'm new to samba, so bear with me. I finally
> > my company into allowing some Linux installs
> > and am getting my bearings as to what I can and
> > do.
> > When trying to mount drives that run Win2000, I'm
> > having problems. I can mount NT 4 drives all day,
> > when I try to mount 2000 drives it does nothing.
> > interesting error messages either.
> > Notes of interest:
> > Using encrypted passwords.
> > Using gnomba as a gui client.
> > Any suggestions?
> > Thanks!
> > John
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