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Re: Sharing Printers w/ Win2K machine and Samb

On 2 Oct 2001 09:44:34 -0500, Michael Heldebrant wrote:
>On Mon, 2001-10-01 at 00:59, Joe Barnett wrote:
>> I'm trying to share my parrallel port printer through samba to my
>> laptop, and getting the following error in my log.smbd when i try to
>> connect from the laptop:
>> > [2001/09/30 22:00:31, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(239)
>> littlejoe ( couldn't find service
>> ::{2227a280-3aea-1069-a2de-08002b30309d}
>> any ideas why I can't form a good connection (it used to work, not
>> what has changed since it stopped, since I'm not sure exaclty when it
>> stopped working)
>I'd search the registry on littlejoe for the 2227 whatever value.  It
>appears it's looking for something odd that samba isn't providing to
>I haven't found anything that leaps out of google for it either.  IIRC
>there is supposed to be special versions of samba that cater to Win2k,
>perhaps someone can elaborate on that further.

I've looked in the regsitry and the 2227....  value seems to be the
class ID windows assigns to the "add new printer" action.  I don't feel
comfortable mucking around with that, certainly, and I'm not sure it'd
do much good if I did...

Anyone know about these special versions of win2k-enabled sambas?  I'm
just using the latest out of SID.


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