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OS X Leopard :: Unable To Connect To SMB - Windows - Share


I attempt to connect to my SMB (Windows Shares) server at home from my new macbook and I receive the error: "Connection Failed - You do not have permission to access this server" and sometimes but not always some error regarding read/write issue and gives me I believe "error -34"

This frustrates me because I know the server which is a Ubuntu Samba server works perfectly with:
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Ubuntu 8.04
OSX 10.4

Just not with OSX 10.5.5.

I have attempted to connect the Macbook to the Vista Box's shares it I do receive a login prompt so it seems the problem is between 10.5.5 and Ubuntu's implementation of Samba.


View 1 Replies (Posted: Dec 15, 2008)

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