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  1. #1
    mkoch
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    MAC OSX 10.3.x error Connecting to Win2003 Server
    Hello everyone.

    When trying to connect with Mac OSX 10.3.x (Panther)
    GO -> CONNECT TO SERVER -> ip address of server

    I get a message like:
    'Trying to connect to "afp://x.x.x.x/"
    Can't connect to server because name or password are wrong'

    I dont get a chance to even enter my username and password

    However

    When trying to connect with Mac OSX 10.3.x (Panther)
    GO -> CONNECT TO SERVER -> smb://x.x.x.x/
    This works fine.
    I can enter my username and password and i can get on to the file server.

    The Windows Services for Mac is enabled.

    Any ideas on what might be causing the problem?????

  2. #2
    mkoch
    Guest
    Solution- problem now resolved
    Right click on My Computer -> Manage
    Right click on Shared Folders -> Configure Server for Macintosh
    Under security there is a section called Enable Authentication -> select from the pulldown menu: Apple Clear Text for Windows

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