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Re: [SLE] Help! Samba Client w/ SuSE 9.1
  • From: "Jerome R. Westrick" <jerry@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 15 May 2004 14:44:57 +0200
  • Message-id: <1084625097.14910.7.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
It sounds to me more like a problem with the "machine" account
than user account...

Did you chekc this?
JErry

On Sat, 2004-05-15 at 02:51, Art Fore wrote:
> I never did get samba clinet working with 9.0, now, 9.1 is have some of
> the same problems, but am a little closer. Been through all of the
> emails on the llist about samba, but could have missed something.
>
> I setup the samba client with Yast which found the domain (win2k network
> at work) with no problem, I put in my win login name and win password.
> Everything seemed to be OK. When I go to Network Browse, it finds the
> windows network and the domain, but when I try to open one of the server
> folders that I know I have acces to, I get a dialog box for login, put
> in my win login and password, it comes up with nt login failure.
>
> I have added the password with the smbpasswd -a, and I have added my
> linux login name versus win login name in the smbusers file. Still no
> luck after restarting.
>
> I use smbclient -L on the server with -U login name, it asks for
> password, I put in the password, it comes back fine. If I change the
> login by 1 letter, I then of course get an nt login failure.
>
> Worst thing is when I boot back into XP, I cannot login to the domain. I
> have to change to a workgroupo, reboot, change back to the domain,
> reboot, before I can login again. If I go back into suse, bhen back to
> XP again, have to do it all over again.
>
> It appears to me that samba client is trying to login to the domain with
> my linux user name, even though I entered the win username when I logged
> in the first time. (it no loger asks for it)
>
> Anyone have any suggestions furtther or knows where the yast samba
> client app puts the info when you first set it up?
>
> Art


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