Mac Share Problems (OS9?)


D

Daniel Earl

Here is the scenario:

Have a Mac share on a Windows 2003 server. There a total of 4 Macs
that connect to this server.

2x OSX
2x OS9

The 2 OSX machines can connect fine to the server/share, but the OS9
cannot. When I go to CP/CHOOSER/APPLETALK/SERVER I get the following
message:

The user authentication method required by this server cant be found.
Please check teh apple share folder in the extensions folder and try
again.

I am in depserate need to get these 2 OS9 machine connected to this
share, can you please help!
 
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William Smith

Here is the scenario:

Have a Mac share on a Windows 2003 server. There a total of 4 Macs
that connect to this server.

2x OSX
2x OS9

The 2 OSX machines can connect fine to the server/share, but the OS9
cannot. When I go to CP/CHOOSER/APPLETALK/SERVER I get the following
message:

The user authentication method required by this server cant be found.
Please check teh apple share folder in the extensions folder and try
again.

I am in depserate need to get these 2 OS9 machine connected to this
share, can you please help!


Hi Daniel!

This message is referring to the Microsoft UAM software typically found
on the server and shared as the first Mac volume when File Services for
Macintosh are installed.

If you've removed this default volume, you can download the software
from Microsoft's website. I'll refer you to this page on Microsoft's
website for detailed information about the UAM.
<http://www.microsoft.com/mac/otherproducts/otherproducts.aspx?pid=window
s2000sfm>

You can choose to use either the UAM for a more secure authentication
between Macs and the server or you can set your server to allow Apple
clear text passwords using the Computer Management module.

Hope this helps! bill
 
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Daniel Earl

William Smith said:
Hi Daniel!

This message is referring to the Microsoft UAM software typically found
on the server and shared as the first Mac volume when File Services for
Macintosh are installed.

If you've removed this default volume, you can download the software
from Microsoft's website. I'll refer you to this page on Microsoft's
website for detailed information about the UAM.
<http://www.microsoft.com/mac/otherproducts/otherproducts.aspx?pid=window
s2000sfm>

You can choose to use either the UAM for a more secure authentication
between Macs and the server or you can set your server to allow Apple
clear text passwords using the Computer Management module.

Hope this helps! bill

That did it,

Thanks a TON! Bill!!!
 

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