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On Windows 2000 open the Network and Dialup Connections window in the Control Panels, and in Windows XP open the Network Connections window also in Control Panels. If you do not already have a LAN connection, create one with the Make New Connection tool. Each NIC card will have its own Local Area Connections file (you probably have only one). Rightclick on the one for the NIC adapter connected to the TCP/IP network that your Linux Samba server is on. Select Properties from the pop-up menu. The General tab will show the NIC card's name (adapter) and the components loaded and checked in support for this connection. Make sure the following are listed and checked:
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Should any of these be missing, you can click on the Install button to install them. From a dialog box listing Client, Service, and Protocol, select the type of component you want to install. Then a list of components is displayed. For example, to install TCP/IP, click on the Install button, and then the Protocol entry in the Component Type window, and then the TCP/IP protocol listed in the Select Network Protocol window. File and printer sharing enables access to the directories and printers on the Windows client. It is not essential for accessing shares and printers on the Samba server. However, if you want a user to be able to access, through Samba, a printer on a Windows client, then this feature has to be enabled on that Windows client. Make sure that the IP address for this adapter is entered. This is the IP address for your Windows host. Click on the TCP/IP entry and then click on the Properties button. This displays a window for entering the IP address for this NIC adapter. Click on the Advanced button and then click on the WINS tab. Also, make sure that the Enable LMHOSTS Lookup and the Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP entries are checked. Next, check to make sure that the computer name and workgroup are the same as that used in your Samba smb.conf file. Click on System in Control Panels and click on the Network Identification tab. The computer name and workgroup for the Windows system will be displayed. If none are given, or if you want to change it, click on the Properties button to open a window where you can enter a computer name and workgroup. To access your Samba server, click on the My Network Places icon, and then the Computers Near Me icon. On Windows XP, you can open the My Computer window and select the Computers Near Me entry on the left panel. Your Samba server will then show up. Doubleclick it to display the shares available on your Samba server. You can also click the Entire Network icon and choose to show entire contents. Click the Microsoft Windows Network icon and then your Workgroup icon. Your Samba server will be listed along with your Windows client. If you specified share-level security in your smb.conf file (or on the Globals page of SWAT), the shares available to you will be displayed. Normally you would use share-level security if you are supporting resources like printers that you do not want to require users to log in for each time they use them.
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If you specified the user-level security in the smb.conf file or the SWAT Globals page, then a dialog will first appear that will prompt you for a user name and password. You need to be logged in on Windows as the same user that you will be using to access the Samba server. If you want to access the Samba server as the aleina user, you need to be logged in as the aleina user on your Windows system. To see what resources on your Windows client can be shared, double-click the icon for your client in the Workgroup or Computers Near Me window. Any resources such as printers or folders that you specified should be shared will be listed. To use a printer connected to the Samba server, the Windows client first has to connect to it. Click the printer's icon in the Samba server's window and select Connect. The first time you do this, you will be prompted to configure the printer for use on your Windows system. A window will let you select the driver needed for that printer. Now, when you print in a application, you can choose the remote Linux printer from your list of available printers. For example, to use a printer on a Samba server named myhp, click the myhp icon in the Samba server window and select connect. You will be asked to specify the driver to use for this printer. If it is an HP printer, select its model. The appropriate Windows driver for that printer will be installed on the Windows client. Now when you print, you can select the myhp printer and have your document printed on that Linux printer. For example, if the Samba server's name is rabbit and the printer's name is myhp, you will see an entry like this among your list of printers.
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