Root login but no user login on samba
I got a weard problem with logging in with a win2k machine to a Debian samba server.
I can login as root, but I can't loggin as other users.
When I log in as a other user, it go's by the login field.
Then it loads a little bit, and then it stops.
And I got the blue (background) screen from windows, and now startmenu and now icons on the desktop, notting!!!
Does anyone know this problem??
My samba config:
I hope someone can help!!!
I don't know about the screen color problem, but have you set up your samba users? (Different from your Linux users, you need to use 'smbpasswd' to set them up.)
Let me explain it better:
I don't have a screen collor problem.
This is the story:
I have a debian/samba file server with the config file showed in the first post.
When I log in as root on the windows client (that belong to the domain) nothing is wrong.
I can login and see my drives.
But when I want to login with an other normal user, the computer (windows client) doesn't startup.
It just stops with starting. And I can do notting.
Do you understand??
The user is in smbpasswd and enabled!!!
So, does anyone know what can be wrong??
p.s. I hope I explained it better this way???
I was having the same problem. I have some samba shares on an Ubuntu 10.10 system. When I try to access a share from a Windows XP client, it asks for a username and password. I could login as user "root" or "guest", but not with my own user name, though I *did* create a samba password for myself (with `smbpasswd') in the past.
But I decided to create a samba password again, just to be sure,
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