Jens Heidbüchel schrieb:
> Brijesh Shukla schrieb:
>> Hi,
>> I am getting the problem to access shared folder when I am using Dual
>> boot
>> operating System.
>> Let say I have two operating system on the same machine.
>> 1) XP and the name of the machine in xp environment is "XYZ"
>> 2)Cent OS (Linux) and the name of the machine in Linux environment is
>> "ABC"
>> both operating system share the same static IP address.
>>
>> the problem appear when I have logged in my domain using XP OS and
>> restart
>> the machine in Linux mode.
>> In Linux mode I can join the domain using "net ads join -U user%password"
>> command, it is working fine and
>> I am getting the message like "Join in Domain" but when I try to
>> access any
>> share folder my domain controller
>> is giving the message " You do not have access right to see the content".
>> But if I reboot my domain controller and Linux PC I am able to see my
>> shared content.
>>
>> Any idea or guess where I am making mistake?????????
>>
>> Thanks & Regards
>> Brijesh Shukla

>
> Hi Brijesh,
>
> the machine account, which is created by joining the domain is
> overwritten by another when joining the domain with samba and the
> Windows Client "key" does not fit to the machine account anymore. We
> have several notebooks which had the same problem.
>
> We solve it by giving the dual boot system another netbios name, so that
> smb.conf looks like that:
>
> netbios name = machinename_l
> netbios aliases = machinename
>
> By joining the domain the machine account is created for machinename_l
> and does not touch the "original" Windows machine account. The alias is
> therefore, that the machine can be accessed with it's original name when
> booted in Linux.
>
>
> Greets, Jens
>


Upps. I'm sorry. I overread that the two os'es have different names.

Ignore me.

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