Server Share

Discussion in 'Server Networking' started by Alan, Nov 17, 2003.

  1. Alan

    Alan Guest

    We are currently doing testing on migration from NT to
    2003. This is our situation:

    A single 2003 server doing dhcp (we are passing the wins
    address so the 95 clients are aware). Also we have
    disabled smb signing to allow 95 clients to login without
    havig the ad pack. All the clients, 95,98,etc, log in
    without a hitch using the same username and password.

    I have two machines that both login to the network, one
    is 95 and the other is 98, and have a drive mapped to a
    share on the server through a script. The drive appears
    in explorer on both machines and the 98 machine can
    connect and browse the share, however, the 95 machine
    using the same login information as the 98 machine is
    unable to access the share. I receive the message
    that "F:\ is not accessible, Access is Denied" on the 95
    machine.

    A "net view \\server" yields "Error 5, You do not
    currently have access to this file...".

    It has to be something simple that I have over-looked or
    do not know about.

    Thanks for any help.
     
    Alan, Nov 17, 2003
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