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uid not number seems to be the important part try removing your root user for samba and readding him, did you edit the files manually? try edit your smbpasswd file ...
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  1. #11
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    uid not number seems to be the important part

    try removing your root user for samba and readding him, did you edit the files manually?

    try

    edit your smbpasswd file and remove the entry for the root user and try adding him again

    smbpasswd -a root
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    Thanks Majorwoo I will try it first thing when i get home. Thanks for all your help!

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