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Russell Holton
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Re: Win 10 networking [Re: Ralph Jones]
      #445748 - 12/11/17 12:55 PM

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produces a request for username and password, and it rejects the password I give.



That sounds like a big clue right there. For some reason, the login isn't synced, doesn't work on that share, exceeded the connection limit or something like that.


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Ralph Jones
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Re: Win 10 networking [Re: Russell Holton]
      #445749 - 12/11/17 01:30 PM

Trouble is, the same request goes right through from the other two Win hosts, and there are no hosts on the network with different passwords. And the Samba box accepts ping and Putty from all hosts, by name or IP.

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Ray Tackett
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Win 10 networking [Re: Russell Holton]
      #445750 - 12/11/17 02:13 PM

Connection limit exceeded produces an explicit error message to that effect.

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Ray Tackett
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Win 10 networking [Re: Ralph Jones]
      #445751 - 12/11/17 02:13 PM

OK! I would really, really check the fine print on the GILGAMESH user
ID/password versus the rest of WORKGROUP.

P.S. Your system names are great. My wife's first initial is "H", so the
workgroup and wireless network names here are "rhfactor".

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Russell Holton
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Re: Win 10 networking [Re: Ray Tackett]
      #445753 - 12/11/17 02:36 PM

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Connection limit exceeded produces an explicit error message to that effect.



I couldn't remember if that's the case. From long experience, I try not to take error messages at face value but think what else is going on at the same time that it might be having a problem with. That's mostly due to application programs that have less then terrific error handling. The OS is usually pretty good about giving precise error messages.

As for the login, I think on unix boxes, the user ID can be case sensitive. Windows, I don't think cares - just on the password.

Ok, wild thought - make sure all the keys on the keyboard that make up the ID/Password work ok. ;)


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Re: Win 10 networking [Re: Ray Tackett]
      #445754 - 12/11/17 02:40 PM

HELOISE was retired recently, but may be back soon...;-)

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Re: Win 10 networking [Re: Ralph Jones]
      #446150 - 12/23/17 01:53 PM

Well, after chasing a lot of false leads, here's where it is: Link

In other words, Windows 10 version 1703 thru 1709 broke networking, hard, and Microsoft is taking their own sweet time.

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Russell Holton
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Re: Win 10 networking [Re: Ralph Jones]
      #446151 - 12/23/17 02:55 PM

"Looking in the mirror and saying candyman 3 times will not solve the issue."

Dang, that's bad.

In reading the thread, Microsoft will NOT be fixing it. The "Master Browser" function has been left behind. It's going to be up to the other folks (like Linux) to get with the new standard that replaces it.


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John O'Shaughnessy [FCM]
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Re: Win 10 networking [Re: Russell Holton]
      #446152 - 12/23/17 03:52 PM

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In reading the thread, Microsoft will NOT be fixing it. The "Master Browser" function has been left behind. It's going to be up to the other folks (like Linux) to get with the new standard that replaces it.




Yes, that is my interpretation of that thread as well.


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