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Old 07-16-2003, 12:38 AM   #1
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cant figure this out. Must be m$

unix boxes cant seem to copy medium or large shares from an xp pro used with smb.

smb:// \My Shared Folder\Linux\> get Star_Office_6.0_Final_for_Linux.Quartex.ShareReactor.rar
NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED opening remote file \My Shared Folder\Linux\Star_Office_6.0_Final_for_Linux.Quartex.ShareReactor.rar

but small files...

smb: \My Shared Folder\Linux\> get smb.print.txt
getting file \My Shared Folder\Linux\smb.print.txt of size 0 as smb.print.txt (714.7 kb/s) (average 714.7 kb/s)

i assume this is a m$ thing and in that area im not too keen. Any one know the deal with this.
Old 07-16-2003, 04:34 PM   #2
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googeling hits some situations similar to mine occuring with win98 clients. The connsensus here is that it is intrinsic to win98. However i am running xp pro and i know others with same setup sucessfully download larger files from these clients. Any one else here of a situation like mine?
thanks again.


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