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rcguyett 06-21-2010 06:00 PM

Need Windows Server 2003 to see Samba on Ubuntu 10 box
 
Please help

Iím installed Samba on a Unbuntu 10.04 system, and Iím using the system for a backup server.
Samba seems to be running fine and the linux box see and connects to the Windows Server 2003 box just fine. My problem is how do I get the windows box to see the linux box.
I did some configuration in samba.conf file, I told it the Domain name, Ip Address
What am I missing?

Iím learning as I go so please be kind.
Thanks for any help you can offer.
Christine

scheidel21 06-22-2010 08:09 AM

Have you installed Samba Server? Samba and Samba server are a little different. Samba will let you view material on windows computers. Samba server lets windows see stuff on your Linux machine. Additionally Once Samba Server is installed and configured it should show up in the list of network computers available on your network.

rcguyett 06-22-2010 11:26 AM

Hi scheidel21,

I'm just learning so please be kind. Ok I installed Samba on the linux side, do I need to install Samba on the windows server??

scheidel21 06-22-2010 12:24 PM

No Check to make sure you have installed the samba server package.


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