I have a set of production and non-production Windows 2003 servers. I want to initiate a file copy between one of the production machine to a samba share on a Linux machine. I can access and mount the share on non-production machines but I can't do the same on productions machines. When I try to map the share as network drive, it comes up with a logon dialog but fails to connect to the share after supplying the proper credentials. The error message is,
System error 64 has occurred.
The specified network name is no longer available.
This doesn't happen on non-production machines. Also this only happens to samba share and not to windows shares. So this obviously looks like some network/security settings either on the windows or samba server that affect the share access. What are all the settings that I should I check and how should I proceed from here to fix the issue? Thanks in advance