If you are running samba and the machine is the same name you can lock out
the NT portion of the machine from the W2K I think ...
I remember if you had NT4 server and workstation on same machine and you
domain a/c one of them the other couldn't have the same name or the domain
server locked it out of the domain..
>> one of the other guys and myself run linux occassionally,
> this prob preventing me from running it all the time,him RH7, me
>> when we run linux our accounts get locked out.
>> both accounts have no password expire and my account is a domain admin.
>> i though it was something to do with cups, but the other guy is using
> LPR, so i rulled that out.
>> has anyone seem this before,
> i google'd it but it didnt come up with much
>>> thanks in advance
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