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Re: Connecting to a Win Computer with Samba



Did you try to apply the patch (Win2k_PlainPassword.reg) that permit Win2k
to use SAMBA? We had some problems in the past.. and this patch helped us..
It´s some password encrypt problem..

TAF

Date: Mon, 25 Apr 2005 19:31:13 +0200
From: alinux <no-reply-gw fcp homelinux org>
Subject: Connecting to a Win Computer with Samba
To: fedora-list redhat com
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I read the Fedora 3 FAQ about disabling the firewall to get Samba to work -
so did that and can now see the other computer in my home network. However,
I can't connect to it. When I click on the icon for that computer, I get the
message that "The folder contents could not be displayed.  You do not have
the permissions necessary to view the contents of "Windows Network: kati".

When I did this with Suse 9 (I'm quadro booting with Win 2000, Fedora 3,
Suse 9 and PCLinuxOS 8) I was asked for the username and password and got
straight through. Why doesn't Samba work that way in Fedora 3? What can I do
to get into the other computer which is running Win 2000? I've tried doing
it from root and a normal user account in F3. Any suggestions would be
appreciated.


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