[windows2000] Re: windows 2003 and appleshare

  • From: "Dan Manell" <dan.manell@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2003 11:34:05 +0200

Hi, I don't know if you ever got this resolved. I didn't see anything on the
list though.
So, here's my take on it...

Comments inline.

> -----Original Message-----
> Hi.
> I got a strange problem.
> About a year ago I set up a windows 2000 server to act as a 
> file server for some old, old macintosh. There where no problem.
> Today when I do the same I got some strange problem. First I 
> made AD that also shared files. The old macintosh computer could read from

> the share, but not write.

Apple shares are "read-only" by default for some strange reason.
Check the share properties of the Macintosh share in question and uncheck
the option "This volume is read-only".

> I worked a lot with users and rights to this 
> share. So I reinstalled and set it up as a singel server with file 
> sharing, and now they can't even connect to the share or see it. When
> to connect directly to the ip address, it complaining about the protocol 
> or something like that.
> I also tryed from a new macintosh, with the same result.

What did you reinstall? The server OS? If so, did you also install
"filesharing for Macintosh"?

/Dan Manell

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