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I have a linux machine (i'm hoping to set up lots more) in a college. my aim is to introduce the students to linux and take advantage of GPL to provide students with a variety of software for their studies.
I'm having difficulty access information on the server. The server is a windows2003 server (with SP1) i'm running Debi an sarge (with a 2.4 kernel)
I'm able to look at the information on the server using xsmbrowser (i can upload and download files) but i can't mount the drive
LinNeighbourhood. doesn't work either.
can someone give me a command i can run to mount a share from a server2003 machine. i'm at a loss where to go.
Distribution: Mepis 3.3.2-test 3, CC Home 3.0, OpenBSD 3.8
Is the 2k3 server part of AD??? if so you might check
your kerberos version.. 2k3 uses MIT kerberos..
version 1.3.4 or 1.34 or better.. as I recall..
we ran into this issue when the DCs were upgraded
from 2k to 2k3 in AD.. Old samba servers that were
already part of AD worked fine.. it was an issue when
we tried to add new ones.. upgrading to MIT kerberos
solved our problem..