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Old 10-15-2005, 03:34 AM   #1
tulip4heaven
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How to remove IPC$ password from samba


Dear fellows,

Hi,

I have configured samba successfully, but when i access my samba fedora core 2 machine from windows network it asked for password
.

\PPM-FAISAL\IPC$

here is password box

PPM -Faisal is a fedore core 2 machine with smb.conf configuration.

PPM-Faisal machine is already working as NIS Client.

How can i remove IPC$ , i dont want to set any password on samba.

How can i Remove password.


Thanks

Tulip4Heaven

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Old 10-15-2005, 08:19 PM   #2
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Cool You Can't

That's the Windows Administrative Share, you can't remove it or screw with it in any way.
 
  


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