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Re: Validating NT thought a natting firewall

--- Leonardo Boselli <leo@dicea.unifi.it> wrote:
> Tried, lmhosts and wins are correct, still does not work !
*correct* is seamingly a relitive term in the MS env.  There are too many
places where diologs show correctness where to OS still is not functional.

I my self have had wins not workout properly, here are some thingst to

1. Has the computer account been crated.
This is the most difficult part of getting a wins setup too work.  I have
sometimes had success with manualy adding the computer account(as an
essecial step).  Then with another network I had to reboot and uninstall
TCP and reinstall to get the computer too add itself an acount.

2. Can every one 'see' every one else via wins?

3. That your install is freshly formated and no 3rd party or 2nd party
apps have benn installed.

> On Fri, 28 May 2004, Mirco 'meebey' Bauer wrote:
> > On Wed, 2004-05-26 at 21:36, Leonardo Boselli wrote:
> > > All service run smoothly except that if I try from one of such
> machines to
> > > login as a non local user or try to add permission for an user on
> the
> > > server the machines invariantly say that thy cannot access main
> server.
> > 
> > this sounds to be me like the computer has problems finding the domain
> > things like netbios names/logon server/domain etc
> > 
> > usually a broadcast is sent to find out who the PDC (or just any logon
> > server) for that domain, if you are doing NAT, I bet this broadcast
> > thing breaks. Its the same situation using routers between windows
> > networks... a solution for this is setting up a WINS server on the NT
> > servers and enter the IP of the wins server on all windows clients,
> this
> > may solve your problems..
> > 
> > Mirco
> > 
> > 
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