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Thread: Windows 7 too secure for old Samba software

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    Windows 7 too secure for old Samba software

    Hi all,

    I have installed Windows 7 were found to One can not Visit the company's domain files Server, File server is Linux + Samba architecture, so a while ago on the use of SSH to step up to the server to find files, really a lot of trouble. It can not stand today, and decided to look carefully at the question Location. Please suggest me Is Windows 7 is secure for old Samba software. Thanks in advance.

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    Windows 7 too secure for old Samba software

    Actually Windows 7 to automatically connect to make Samba servo, must check the "File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks", although the following description like is to share your resources to others, but as long as the item out in the Microsoft service server may prohibit others connected to your computer. Check and reply.

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    Re: Windows 7 too secure for old Samba software

    Since the installation of Windows 7 revealed that a company can not access the file domain Server, File server is Linux + Samba architecture, so a while ago on the use of SSH to step up to the server to find files, really a lot of trouble. It can not stand today, and decided to look carefully at the problem, the experience to others. Server architecture has been explained, and the Start menu type\server name folder name, by common sense need to enter the domain user name / password, then you can use. But this time I can not verify the identity of how hard, not always prompt the user name password. Into the "Network and Sharing Center", found it not in the domain of computer information, enter the "Advanced sharing settings", the "Network discovery" and "Public folder sharing" set to Turn on, in the calculation domain are retrieved one by one. Try\server name folder name still not open. check and reply.

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    Windows 7 too secure for old Samba software

    I you are use Linux distribution comes with the Samba package, in general, Samba server configuration files are located in / etc / samba directory, the server's main configuration file is smb.conf; also has a family profile smbpasswd, smbusers and lmhosts, etc; there is a file is secrets.tdb, Samba server, this file is generated automatically start the hand; we slowly progress under the tutorial to appropriately increase these documents illustrate ; suddenly said out of content too much sense; it can only come bit by bit. All the best.

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    Re: Windows 7 too secure for old Samba software

    Samba is an open resource / free software group, may SMB / CIFS client provides seamless file and print services, based on any operating system such as Linux, Unix, IBM 390 system, open VMS, or Windows 7. Samba can be run on multiple operating platforms, including Microsoft Windows, UNIX, Linux, IBM390 system, open VMS and other operating systems. Samba to use to install on the host server TCP / IP protocols. For the correct settings, it supports the host with the Microsoft Windows client or server for collaboration, as if it is Windows file and print server into. Samba is a package, which gives network managers to install, set on greater flexibility and freedom, and to provide more choice of systems and equipment. All the best.

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    Windows 7 too secure for old Samba software

    Such sharing is of practical value: for home or the workplace all the computers share a printer, regardless of what operating system to use these computers can be both economical and convenient. Although Windows 2000Beginning, Microsoft has alreadyTCP / IPAs a standard network protocol, but Windows operating system still uses a proprietary protocol- SMB (Server Message Block). In the similar system Communication between. (TCP / IPStackWindows 3.1 and DOS already available, but until Microsoft putTCP / IPActive Directory technology as an essential part of it became Windows the default network protocol.) Check and reply.

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