On Sun, 29 Jul 2007, Drew Tomlinson wrote:
Thanks for your reply. Oddly enough, rebooting the Windows clients has solved the problem. Windows must have been caching something that prevented it from staying connected to the new version.


Rebooting Windows solves most problems! Heh!

I hadn't noticed uid=0. Thanks for pointing that out as I'm sure it's a potential security issue. I was attempting to log on as myself which should have a uid=1000.

In my case this was happening coz I had made some mistake in my smbusers file. I don't remember what the error was. (Either the file was not there at the location I specified or I had mapped my Windows username to FreBSD root -- one of these).

Regards,
Rakhesh
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