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Networking with windows network

Hi, have two different machines connected to windows network. The OS/2 
machines are essentially identical. I have installed fixpax 15, WR_8423, 
WR_8425,  and IP_8414. I have settings for ibmlan.ini and protocol.ini the 
same on both machines. Both machines have a folder shared with the same 
permissions. When I connect to machine1 via the windows network, I am 
prompted to enter user name and password - which I do and all works fine. 
When I connect to Machine2 I get no prompt for username and password and a 
lt of times I get the blasted too many connections error.

Where else can I look to find what is different in the networking settings 
for these machines. I would want both of them to operate like Machine1 and 
request user and password.

Thanks!! 


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Sir:

ScoobyDoo wrote:
> Hi, have two different machines connected to windows network. The OS/2 
> machines are essentially identical. I have installed fixpax 15, WR_8423, 
> WR_8425,  and IP_8414. I have settings for ibmlan.ini and protocol.ini the 
> same on both machines. Both machines have a folder shared with the same 
> permissions. When I connect to machine1 via the windows network, I am 
> prompted to enter user name and password - which I do and all works fine. 
> When I connect to Machine2 I get no prompt for username and password and a 
> lt of times I get the blasted too many connections error.
> 
> Where else can I look to find what is different in the networking settings 
> for these machines. I would want both of them to operate like Machine1 and 
> request user and password.
> 
> Thanks!! 
> 
> 
My guess is that you have the configuration of Peer on machine 2 
fubarred.  Assumption: that machine 2 is OS/2.  You can go the initial 
install settings, a known state, and start over, the setup of machine 2. 
  This is done by coping the file Net.acc from \IBMLAN\INSTALL into 
\IBMLAN\ACCOUNTS over the one there.  That will set the admin id and 
password back to USERID & PASSWORD.  It will remove all connections as 
the virgin file knows of none.  Reboot.  You will have in your network 
folder, a folder called LAN Services File & Print.  Use the program 
object called Logon.  But first, make sure the parameters are /v:l. 
That means to verify your id and password locally.  Enter USERID & 
PASSWORD as responses in their respective fields.  This will log you 
onto the local Peer server.  Next you want to change the admin name and 
password by creating a new one, exiting, then re-entering using the new 
admin you just created, Network User Account maintenance program and 
deleting the account USREID.  Next create an User account.  This will be 
your everyday user account.  It MUST have the same name and password as 
your everyday user on machine 1 including the same capitalization 
pattern (upper case), ditto for the domain name.  Close everything and 
reboot.  Logon as your admin and go to the program object called SHARED 
RESOURCES & NETWORK CONNECTIONS.  In there create one shared thing, a 
drive from Machine 1.  Logoff as admin.  Now logon as your everyday user 
and attempt to use that share.  If this works, you are home free. 
Logoff as everyday user and back on as admin and setup the other shares 
that you need.  Logoff as admin and back on as everyday user and test 
them.  Finis.

If you don't have a folder called Network, then that means that you need 
to run the Peerinst.exe program that is found in \IBMLAN\INSTALL. 
Select 'tailored', not 'easy' and thereafter 'configure' where offered 
or 'OK'.  That will run you through the configuration of Peer so that it 
knows about your network hardware and installed software.

If the other machine is Windows anything system, open the file 
\IBMLAN\IBMLAN.INI and find the line that says 'srvhidden = yes' and 
change it to 'srvhidden = no'.  Save the file & reboot to load the change.

This should be the minimum required to get your network system to 
working.  However, if the Windows machine is W2K or XP Pro, then there 
are additional things required to be done on them.  I'll save that to 
later, if need be.
-- 
Bill
Thanks a Million!
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wlhartzell1 (1084)
1/17/2006 9:31:42 PM
On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 16:52:53 UTC, "ScoobyDoo" <ScoobyDoo@dogcatchers.net> 
wrote:

> Hi, have two different machines connected to windows network. The OS/2 
> machines are essentially identical. I have installed fixpax 15, WR_8423, 
> WR_8425,  and IP_8414. I have settings for ibmlan.ini and protocol.ini the 
> same on both machines. Both machines have a folder shared with the same 
> permissions. When I connect to machine1 via the windows network, I am 
> prompted to enter user name and password - which I do and all works fine. 
> When I connect to Machine2 I get no prompt for username and password and a 
> lt of times I get the blasted too many connections error.
> 
> Where else can I look to find what is different in the networking settings 
> for these machines. I would want both of them to operate like Machine1 and 
> request user and password.
> 

this worked for me (modify the registry on the failing windows machine) -


Set Registry Value to Explicitly End Previous Session

A new registry key was added to send a Logoff & X SMB to explicitly end the 
previous session.


Follow these steps, and then quit Registry Editor:

1.	Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.

2.	Locate and then click the following key in the registry:
                 
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\lanmanworkstation\paramete
rs

3.	On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD

4.	Type EnableDownLevelLogOff, and then press ENTER.

5.	On the Edit menu, click Modify.

6.	Type 1, and then click OK.
	Back to the top
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eric9721 (309)
1/17/2006 10:23:44 PM
Thanks for speedy answer. I wont be able to try for a couple weeks when I am 
back on site.


"eric w" <eric@nospam.net> wrote in message 
news:hkDTStHBkDse-pn2-zqM9nyEQznzZ@nospam.nospam.net...
> On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 16:52:53 UTC, "ScoobyDoo" <ScoobyDoo@dogcatchers.net>
> wrote:
>
>> Hi, have two different machines connected to windows network. The OS/2
>> machines are essentially identical. I have installed fixpax 15, WR_8423,
>> WR_8425,  and IP_8414. I have settings for ibmlan.ini and protocol.ini 
>> the
>> same on both machines. Both machines have a folder shared with the same
>> permissions. When I connect to machine1 via the windows network, I am
>> prompted to enter user name and password - which I do and all works fine.
>> When I connect to Machine2 I get no prompt for username and password and 
>> a
>> lt of times I get the blasted too many connections error.
>>
>> Where else can I look to find what is different in the networking 
>> settings
>> for these machines. I would want both of them to operate like Machine1 
>> and
>> request user and password.
>>
>
> this worked for me (modify the registry on the failing windows machine) -
>
>
> Set Registry Value to Explicitly End Previous Session
>
> A new registry key was added to send a Logoff & X SMB to explicitly end 
> the
> previous session.
>
>
> Follow these steps, and then quit Registry Editor:
>
> 1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
>
> 2. Locate and then click the following key in the registry:
>
> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\lanmanworkstation\paramete
> rs
>
> 3. On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD
>
> 4. Type EnableDownLevelLogOff, and then press ENTER.
>
> 5. On the Edit menu, click Modify.
>
> 6. Type 1, and then click OK.
> Back to the top 


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1/18/2006 1:33:39 AM
Thanks for speedy answer. I wont be able to try for a couple weeks when I am 
back on site.

"William L. Hartzell" <wlhartzell@comcast.net> wrote in message 
news:c1.2b5.2zZ5SF$2Od@12-237-213-129.client.comcast.net...
> Sir:
>
> ScoobyDoo wrote:
>> Hi, have two different machines connected to windows network. The OS/2 
>> machines are essentially identical. I have installed fixpax 15, WR_8423, 
>> WR_8425,  and IP_8414. I have settings for ibmlan.ini and protocol.ini 
>> the same on both machines. Both machines have a folder shared with the 
>> same permissions. When I connect to machine1 via the windows network, I 
>> am prompted to enter user name and password - which I do and all works 
>> fine. When I connect to Machine2 I get no prompt for username and 
>> password and a lt of times I get the blasted too many connections error.
>>
>> Where else can I look to find what is different in the networking 
>> settings for these machines. I would want both of them to operate like 
>> Machine1 and request user and password.
>>
>> Thanks!!
> My guess is that you have the configuration of Peer on machine 2 fubarred. 
> Assumption: that machine 2 is OS/2.  You can go the initial install 
> settings, a known state, and start over, the setup of machine 2. This is 
> done by coping the file Net.acc from \IBMLAN\INSTALL into \IBMLAN\ACCOUNTS 
> over the one there.  That will set the admin id and password back to 
> USERID & PASSWORD.  It will remove all connections as the virgin file 
> knows of none.  Reboot.  You will have in your network folder, a folder 
> called LAN Services File & Print.  Use the program object called Logon. 
> But first, make sure the parameters are /v:l. That means to verify your id 
> and password locally.  Enter USERID & PASSWORD as responses in their 
> respective fields.  This will log you onto the local Peer server.  Next 
> you want to change the admin name and password by creating a new one, 
> exiting, then re-entering using the new admin you just created, Network 
> User Account maintenance program and deleting the account USREID.  Next 
> create an User account.  This will be your everyday user account.  It MUST 
> have the same name and password as your everyday user on machine 1 
> including the same capitalization pattern (upper case), ditto for the 
> domain name.  Close everything and reboot.  Logon as your admin and go to 
> the program object called SHARED RESOURCES & NETWORK CONNECTIONS.  In 
> there create one shared thing, a drive from Machine 1.  Logoff as admin. 
> Now logon as your everyday user and attempt to use that share.  If this 
> works, you are home free. Logoff as everyday user and back on as admin and 
> setup the other shares that you need.  Logoff as admin and back on as 
> everyday user and test them.  Finis.
>
> If you don't have a folder called Network, then that means that you need 
> to run the Peerinst.exe program that is found in \IBMLAN\INSTALL. Select 
> 'tailored', not 'easy' and thereafter 'configure' where offered or 'OK'. 
> That will run you through the configuration of Peer so that it knows about 
> your network hardware and installed software.
>
> If the other machine is Windows anything system, open the file 
> \IBMLAN\IBMLAN.INI and find the line that says 'srvhidden = yes' and 
> change it to 'srvhidden = no'.  Save the file & reboot to load the change.
>
> This should be the minimum required to get your network system to working. 
> However, if the Windows machine is W2K or XP Pro, then there are 
> additional things required to be done on them.  I'll save that to later, 
> if need be.
> -- 
> Bill
> Thanks a Million! 


0
1/18/2006 1:34:15 AM
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