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Old 11-02-2004, 03:52 PM   #1
chr3681
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how do you change the security level?


i am running mandrake 10.0, and during setup i chose the "standard" security setting and i want to know where i can go to change that..i know that you can use the msec command but i dont really understand what it is changing and if it is even the right command to be using... also when i run Smb4k i can see my linux folders from my XP machine, but when i try to access and type the user and pass that i set, it just keeps popping up for me to re-enter, i thought maybe this could be besause of the security settings?

so basically, how to change security level. and how to make samba work =)


thanks for all your help!
 
  


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