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We have a RHEL5 Linux Server with few Windows XP client boxes.

Using Samba server for share files between systems.

My server working well in all systems but one Windows XP machine didn't connect to server.

Here i give some screen shots for clear idea,

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For Check network connection i use ping, It working well.

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I use above way for connect to server. For all other systems it working well.

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I am getting error message like this.

** I am using squid for proxy in Linux, For me internet also working well in that Windows XP system.

** I Deleted stored user name and password for samba in windows XP.

Help me to solve this problem.

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Your smb.conf would be helpful. This could be due to a myriad of different things. Is there a firewall rule on the server that would drop packets from this stations IP, does it have a stale share on it (net use), etc, etc. –  sinping Nov 15 '10 at 13:34
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Can you telnet to port 445 of the server? I think Windows-syntax is: start telnet, then "open //10.1.1.1 445". If you can telnet, this would rule out some potential issues. –  Hans Nov 15 '10 at 14:44
    
@sinping, This same IP working well in another system. Also working IP of other system too not work in problem system... –  Kumar Nov 17 '10 at 4:13
    
Is samba a domain controller or stand alone server? Any secure channel errors on the client? –  sinping Nov 17 '10 at 13:11
    
@sinping, I am using samba server for just local sharing, have squid proxy and samba server. –  Kumar Nov 18 '10 at 4:46

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Of course we're sure about Virus presence? Which Service Pack? Smells like Conficker...

To be totally sure try to open \localhost\

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I cleared this problem. Problem in network adopter drivers. After reinstalling driver , samba server working well.

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