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    Problem with access to mounted network SMB resource.


    The network resource on section FAT32 in WinXP SP2 with a name shar_dir_1 and is created with the right of access for group Everyone.
    We mount this resource in Linux SuSE 10.0
    mount -t smbfs -o username=tridge, password=foobar // machine_name/shar_dir_1 /mnt/smb_resource_1
    Further we can look through and edit contents of a directory smb_resource_1
    We check - all OK.
    However it is necessary to ensure a minimum level of privacy for a network resource
    We create a network resource on section FAT32 in WinXP SP2 with a name shar_dir_2 and with the right of access for the member of the domain Domain_Name (Windows machine is the member of this domain, and INIX machine itís PDC)
    We mount again created resource on a directory smb_resource_2
    mount -t smbfs -o username=user_name, password=user_password // machine_name/shar_dir_2 /mnt/smb_resource_2
    The mount operation was executed successfully. In log there are no error messages.
    However directory smb_resource_2 became inaccessible.
    As a result of a command ls is received the following:
    /bin/ls: smb_resource_2: Permission Denied
    I have a problem with delegacy of the rights
    I tried to change the user from the member of the domain on local Administrator of Windows machine.
    I tried to change variants in Security Policy: Network Security: LAN Manager authentication level
    Resultat same.

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    We create a network resource on section FAT32 in WinXP SP2 with a name shar_dir_2 and with the right of access for the member of the domain Domain_Name (Windows machine is the member of this domain, and INIX machine itís PDC)
    this looks like your problem; the linux machine isnt a member of the domain..

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    The dear friend
    You are inattentive
    In the message is specified that UNIX machine in our case PDC is means that on it runs SAMBA and certainly it is the member of the domain

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