I have a rather interesting problem, hopefully someone here may be able to point me in the right direction in order to solve it.
- Windows 2003 R2 Domain
- Windows XP SP3 Pro Workstation joined to said domain
- Windows XP SP3 Pro Workstation NOT joined to said domain but on same network, just not a domain member computer.
- OpenSUSE 11.2 SAMBA SHARE
Now the problem is this.
The NON-JOINED Workstation can access the SAMBA share via IP and/or HOSTNAME. The joined computer can not and receives the following message:
"Windows cannot find '\\10.0.0.15'. Check the spelling and try again, or try search for the item by clicking the Start button and then clicking Search."
I'm a little confused. Both computers (and domain) are connected to the same switch, access the same firewall and run the same software. The only difference is that one computer is a member of a domain, the other is not.
The GPO for the domain has many options. Are there some security options that I have setup that could be causing this problem?
Note : The Samba share is 100% setup correctly, does not access the domain, does not care about the domain, is not a member, and works for non domain joined computers on the same network.
Update : All firewalls (on samba box, windows xp boxes, domain) are off. There is no firewall between the SAMBA box and the windows machines. (to just clear that up now)
Update #2 : Here is not only the global section, but my entire smb.conf
[global] printing = cups printcap name = cups printcap cache time = 750 cups options = raw map to guest = Bad User usershare allow guests = No domain logons = No domain master = No security = user netbios name = mctdev passdb backend = smbpasswd server name = MCTDEV server string = MCTDEV comment = MCTDEV workgroup = MCTSHINE [dump] comment = Dump inherit acls = Yes path = /srv/dump read only = No force group = dump force user = dump guest ok = Yes username = dump