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i am having a really ruff time setting up a server to act as a login server with shared space.
all i want is to have my users with their logins, and have them each have a shared drive, then, there would be a big shared drive. and im having a hell of a time doing things. everything i have done so far is wrong. can you guys please help me. thank tyou.
well i want to use domains, tahts the problem... when i try loging into it, it says "access is denied" its on an xp pro computer. very frustrating. i have the root account setup on the samba server thing. but i stil have a problem. and i have done the stuff to the xp box taht is nessary.
yes i have already setup my samba users and unix passwords, that was the first thing i check. i have been searching the forums, and google for the answer to my problem non stop for the past 3 days. with no luck i hope this, helps.