windows 2000 machines cant see samba

Allan Shaw technews at
Sun Nov 2 20:37:46 EST 2003

... I'm having a similar problem with my NT workstations, the xP 
workstation can see the various shares I've created and I haven't tried the 
98 box to see what it does.
I also haven't done much investigation into this problem at this time but 
if I find a solution I will post it.

At 19:47 11/2/03, you wrote:
>Hi all. I have two different versions of windows running on my networked
>pc's. the older ones that cant handle anything newer are running win 98
>se. These machines can see the shares I have on my linux box fine and I
>can mount shares on them from linux. On the faster machines I have
>win2k. This cant see the samba machines nor can the linux box see them.
>Does anyone have any ideas why this happens? all the machines are
>connected to the same lan.
>I'm running samba 2.2.8 slackware 9.1.
>Who is General Failure and why is he reading my hard disk?
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