Re: Unable to Connect MacBook to my Vista Desktop Printer
This is probably another manifestation of the NTLM / NTLMv2 issue between
Samba and Vista. NTLMv2 is supported in Samba 3.0.22 and later; you'll need
to add "ntlmv2 auth = yes" to your smb.conf file.
If you aren't able to upgrade your copy of Samba, you can also turn down the
security level on Vista, though this isn't recommended, obviously. Open
regedit and change
from 0x3 to 0x1.
"Lobo" <Lobo@discussions.microsoft.com> a Ã©crit dans le message de
> I'm having a lot of fun with my Vista upgrade and I've gotten everything
> except getting my MacBook to print on the network printer. I've checked
> every setting I
> can find and think of but no luck. I am able to connect to the network
> printer from another
> XP computer. From the Mac I can access the public folder on the Vista
> machine and I can see
> the other drives on the Vista machine but unable to acces those drives.
> thinking there is
> a setting that I'm missing that allows "Non-windows machines" to access
> shared items on the Vista machine... I can access the folders on the
> from the Vista machine just fine. So once again my
> problem is that I can see all the drives on the Vista machine from the Mac
> but am able to access and read
> only the public folder on the Vista machine.... Thanks in advance.....