[nycbug-talk] Samba and Mac OS X problem
Tue Jan 25 10:53:36 EST 2005
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I have the feeling I'm missing something obvious here, but I haven't
found anything googling.
We just incorporated some Mac graphic artists into our network. There
is a shared directory on a BSD samba server. /usr/smiths that the smiths
There is a also a folder /usr/home/cross. I wanted to mount this on
cross' Mac, so she could copy files from there to the Smith's directory.
Both have more or less identical lines in smb.conf, read only = no
public = no.
When I try to mount cross on the Mac, it asks for authentication, I type
in the cross user name and NT domain password. It then just asks for
reauthentication and won't mount the share. When I do this with the
smiths folder (cross is a member of smiths) it mounts without trouble.
What stupid thing am I missing here? I have the feeling it's one of
those things where I have looked at it so long I'm overlooking something
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