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Derek Tombrello www.RobotsAndComputers.com Adv Reply November 9th, 2010 #7 CharlesA View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Beware of Hat... Then, when you connect to the NT machine over the network with the Username you have used for Win95, NT can look at it's own User database and find the user. If disabled, only server which support NT password hashes (e.g. My high school German is pretty much forgotten, but now we have Babblefish -- who needs an education (I did remember what Viele meant).

The problem comes in when I try to access the shares from a Win98 laptop. Find Out How Today Question has a verified solution. Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Steven715, Oct 13, 2000.

I honestly would like to know your opinions on these questions? What is this IPC$ for? The printer now works without issue. I don't know why, but the dreaded IPC$ password symptom >>>> happens if that is left out. >>> >>> Maybe the Windows 9x clients are set to unencrypted passwords. > >>

I need to 'share'/submit my report documents from my PC to his using network sharing & vice-versa. And why is 'no user account' a bad thing? File corruption when multiple users are reading and writing to the shared DBF flat files with win7 work stations & 2012 server solved Windows 10 no User and Password screen Making see here Anyway, my understanding is that unlike original Win95, Win98 defaulted to encryption, and a quick look in my registry revealed no plain text hack.

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Ok, I can see other computers. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/116638-13-password-problem That's a pretty good reason to not use something that's out of date. What is wrong with you people? I couldn't see an option for a guest account in Windows 98, where can I set that up?

Can I use a link to it in the next Samba Team blog entry ? http://webadapt.org/solved/solved-win-2k-shares-in-win-9x.php but not Windows 95/98 ) will be able to be connected from the Samba client. Similar Topics moved pc to diff port on switch can't connect to other pc's Dec 5, 2005 Problem: Username and password when trying to connect to other computer Oct 6, 2009 I set the firewall (temporarily) to passs all, no change on the Windows box.

You may also... On the theory that maybe the defaults had changed, I created a new smb.conf from the Mandriva machine like this: testparm -sv > smb.conf.mandriva_full After doing the same on the Ubuntu Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? check over here I realise that "it can't be done" could be the answer in this case.

I tried using that password when printing on PC2, but that fails too. I even set his administrator password & of course this doesn't help at all. poochee replied Jan 31, 2017 at 11:44 PM News from the web #3 poochee replied Jan 31, 2017 at 11:39 PM Playing guitar ekim68 replied Jan 31, 2017 at 11:32 PM

From a security standpoint, it's not a great solution, especially since it means that you'd need to enable the Guest user.

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Oh good Lord... Viele Gruesse! I've been having similar trouble since a recent 2.2 to 3.3 upgrade with a lone remaining Win98 machine, and this has fixed it too. http://webadapt.org/solved/solved-win-2k-networking.php So by virtue of the fact that you're sharing the printer at all, anyone in the workgroup should be able to print to the printer.

As a result it will become infected and turned into a zombie bot and used to attack other people on the interwebs. I'd already done everything you suggested, > but not in the right order that you suggest: > > 1) Add the lines to smb.conf > 2) Restart Samba > 3) smbpasswd I suppose it boils down to being able to access the machine physically, but physical access = root access, since someone could just boot off a livecd and pull the data