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Old 4th May 2012, 01:02 PM
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Unhappy Samba problem

Dear Friends, i have little problem regarding samba share i had tried my best to search it from internet but cant get it.i have a problem in samba share.samba security mode is ADS and domain (Server 2003 SP2) is joined successfully each domain member/user can access its shares but i cant access these shares from a work group(not joined domain) computer windows having XP or win 7.i had changed the security options on work computer in its console "Send unencrypted password to third party SMB server" i have enabled this option and also changed the second option "NETWORK SECURITY:LAN MANAGER AUTHENTICATION LEVEL:SEND LM & NTLM-USE NTLMV2 SESSION SECURITY IF NEGOTIATED "
and important thing to mention here is that iam using fedora 14.kernal 3.5.5-68.
before this i was using RHEL 5.1 and it doesnot create such kind of problem for this same configuration...
plz help me about this i am stuck up and having a lot of problem ...............
i waiting for your kind response........
Adnan jahangir
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