Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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mapping cause 1326 error CIFS share

Hi, I have mounted a Netware 6.5 server with CIFS share and eDirectory. My
workstation
wants to do a net use mapping to my share. There is no problem when the
user is created on the root of my Organizational Unit.
Example: My server is located in context "ROOT". I have a user Jeff
located in context "ROOT". Jeff has no problem to mapping CIFS sharing
with command :

net use * \server_nameshare_name password /user:Jeff


BUT, when another user "Carl" is located on a SubContainer "CONTAINER1"
lower than the Organizational Unit, and this user wants to access to this
share, we always get the following error on the net use mapping :

net use * \server_nameshare_name password /user:ROOT.CONTAINER1.Carl
system error 1326 : failed to open session : unkown user or invalid
password.


Jeff and Carl have the same file rights on server.

I tried look up syntax of "/user" in net use, but I still get errors.


Any ideas?
Thanks a lot


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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Re: mapping cause 1326 error CIFS share

You need to add the extra container to the CIFS context list. That is the
file CIFSCTXS.CFG in SYs:ETC

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: mapping cause 1326 error CIFS share

In article <_esMi.6152$NG7.856@kovat.provo.novell.com>, Marc Poulin
wrote:
> net use * \server_nameshare_name password /user:ROOT.CONTAINER1.Carl
>

NET USE has no idea what to do with user names like that. Also, from
an NDS perspective it should be Carl.CONTAINER1.ROOT, but that still
won't work. What you need instead is to add CONTAINER1.ROOT to your
sys:etc\cifsctxs.cfg file, then restart CIFS and it should work using
just Carl as the user name.

bd
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: mapping cause 1326 error CIFS share

Nice, it's works.

thanks a lot

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