On Wed, 23 Jan 2002, Dave Airlie wrote:
>> 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..
out of curiosity.
would grabbing the win2k/NT machines sys id from the reg & plonking that
into samba's machine.sid (or whatever it's called) do anything to get
I know that as a rule you don't dick with this under NT as doing so
without completely killing the box is somewhat of a black art, but with
Samba you should have the ability to easily the change the machine
domain account details.
just a thought
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