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I Have Red Hat Linux 9.0
I have samba server running in my Linux box
I made my Samba Server as member of my Windows domain Controller
I have windows 2000 server
I have Configured Dfs in my windows Machines
I have Created two Shares under the Dfs root
1 share is of windows machine and another share of Linux Machine
Now I login into of my Windows machine and browse the Dfs Server
I am able to acees both the shares
I was able to connect my linux client
box to a windows 2000 fileserver share modifying the boxed smb.conf.
but after setting up a dfs win2k box and my
linux client is no longer able to access the shares, that is, I connect
to the dfs fileserver through username and password, I can see the
directories, but can't go deep into them, in a nutshell I can't reach
the *real* fileserver.
My question is:
What options should I modify/add to my smb.conf to access a win2k dfs