> I'd have to agree. I've used samba before sucessfully, but for some
> reason in my current employer, myself and Paul can't work out how to get a
> samba server setup so that the windows users can talk to it, or even get
> our boxes to talk to the windows server. I spent a good three days at it,
> and just gave up. It's mad; samba users get "connection refused" from the
> windows servers, and windows users get "authentication failed" from the
> samba servers.
I had similar problems recently that were solved by make the samba server
a WINS server and setting the windows machines as clients to it.
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