Re: Samba Won't Take Passwords
On Mon, 15 Apr 2002 11:14:33 -0700
"Brian W. Carver" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Workgroup, and I can see the linux box named Debian in there. When I
> try to access it I get a pop-up box labeled Enter Network Password
> that says "You must supply a password to make this connection:
> Resource: \\DEBIAN\IPC$ Password: [I can enter stuff here]" and there
> is a check box to allow me to "Save this password in your password
> list" By going to http://localhost:901 on the debian machine I have
> set up users and passwords for each of the attached computers. For
> instance, one Win98 machine I named "brian" and I have a linux user
> "brian" and within Samba I gave "brian" the same password but if you
> go to the "brian" machine and enter that password (or any other
> password I've ever used) then another pop-up box comes up saying, "The
> password is incorrect. Try again."
Aren't you confusing Windows / Unix user names and Windows machine
names? Are the Windows 98 machines asking for user/password when they
are switched on? Please try this:
1) On "brian" machine, select "client for microsoft networks" under
network properties (now it'll ask for user/password when it comes up).
2) Log into the machine using "brian" as user and whatever password you
defined on the samba machine;
3) Try to access your samba shares now.
Hope that helps. If not, you'll have to provide more info. Luck.
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