I am hoping this thread is okay here.
I just installed Samba on FreeBSD 4.5. This is my first time trying to configure it. I used the instruction found on http://www.bsdvault.net.
All seems to have worked well, but I am running into problems (hence, this post).
This is what is happening:
I can access SWAT from my Windows XP computer.
Samba seems to run fine when I am on the computer running Samba. In order words, if samba is running on localhost, I can run the sambaclient program on localhost and log in as user unix user and get dumped into my home directory.
Windows XP shows the Samba Server under My Network Places: Workgroup. It seems it, but when I try double-clicking the Samba Server icon, I get a pop-up that reads: \\ComputerName not available. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. The account is not authorized to log in from this station.
I am not sure what to do at this point. Funny thing is, I can see the Samba Server from windows, but trying to browse the connection gives me an error.
Please help. Thanks in Advance....