Re: Cannot Browse New System
From: Ivan Marsh (annoyed_at_you.now)
Date: Fri, 07 May 2004 11:59:26 -0500
On Fri, 07 May 2004 11:20:42 -0500, Softek wrote:
> Good morning.
> I had to rebuild my Enterprise 2.1 system due to a crashed system drive.
> I have it all installed and connected to my network. I can telnet to it,
> ftp to and from it, ping it and see the server (Name Only) in my various
> Windows Network Neighborhoods. BUT, I cannot browse it. It asks for a
> username password and when I put it in, nothing happens. It just comes
> right back to the username prompt. I put in root username and it says
> that it is not accessible. I know this is going to be something very
> simple, but my long hours have got me on shorts brains.
> I have updated the hosts file, and I believe that I have samba set right.
> I had copies of my smb.conf file before the crash as well as various other
> vital files, but maybe I missed one and it causing a problem.
> Anyone got suggestions?
root is not a SAMBA user and shouldn't be made a SAMBA user for various
and obvious security reasons.
Have you run smbadduser for the accounts you want to be able to access the
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