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Hi, I try to map a PC drive(win XP) to a dir on a unix host and I got "access is denied". However, I can telnet this unix host using exact same loginId/passwd without problem through DOS or another exceed session. Where is permission thing being determined/set and how can I fix it?...

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    Default I got access denied on a unix server

    Hi,

    I try to map a PC drive(win XP) to a dir on a unix host and I got
    "access is denied". However, I can telnet this unix host using exact
    same loginId/passwd without problem through DOS or another exceed
    session. Where is permission thing being determined/set and how can I
    fix it?

    wenmang@yahoo.com Guest

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    Default I got access denied on a unix server

    Hi,

    I try to map a PC drive(win XP) to a dir on a unix host and I got
    "access is denied". However, I can telnet this unix host using exact
    same loginId/passwd without problem through DOS or another exceed
    session. Where is permission thing being determined/set and how can I
    fix it?

    wenmang@yahoo.com Guest

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    Default Re: I got access denied on a unix server

    com wrote: 

    Are you exporting the drive from the PC and mounting it on
    the UNIX box? If so you need to allow sharing on the PC
    and load SMDCLIENT on the UNIX box or load PC-NFS on the
    PC and do an NFS mount.

    Are you exporting a filesystem on UNIX box and mapping it
    on the PC? If so you need to load SAMBA on the UNIX box
    and configure it, or load PC-NFS on the PC.

    Doug Guest

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    Default Re: I got access denied on a unix server

    In comp.unix.admin Doug Freyburger <com>: [/ref]
     

    You probably mean smbclient? That will not work on a unix system,
    whatever the OP uses, he missed to tell us. Iirc only Linux can
    mount smbfs/cifs natively, through the kernel, not with samba. The
    client package just contains the tools to mount, but the kernel
    needs to support it.

    Though there's some 3rd party sw for Solaris available and
    perhaps for others.
     

    That might be an option, perhaps not that stable like samba.

    [..]

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