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[Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

Nancy Han

Dear Mac Gurus,

A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows 2008 Server R2) shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but unsuccessful. Here are the steps we used for the connection:


1) Finder-> Go-> Connect to Server
2) smb://name of server/foldername

3) Type in user’s CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts


After clicking on “Connect,” it tries for a few seconds and then gives the error saying "invalid username or password."

None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or Workgroup. Is there a way to get the “Domain or Workgroup” dialog box to show up as in the screenshot below for our Macs in order to specify “campus” as the domain?

 

          cid:image002.png@01CB4ECE.D07AA840 

Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks, Nancy


 
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Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

Ian Crew
Hi Nancy:

In the first screenshot, enter the username as CAMPUS\username, as shown below:
Hope this helps,

Ian

On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:30 AM, Nancy Han wrote:

Dear Mac Gurus,

A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows 2008 Server R2) shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but unsuccessful. Here are the steps we used for the connection:

1) Finder-> Go-> Connect to Server
2) <a href="smb://name" style="color: blue; text-decoration: underline; ">smb://name of server/foldername
3) Type in user’s CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts
<image001.png>

After clicking on “Connect,” it tries for a few seconds and then gives the error saying "invalid username or password."

None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or Workgroup. Is there a way to get the “Domain or Workgroup” dialog box to show up as in the screenshot below for our Macs in order to specify “campus” as the domain?
 
          <image002.png> 
Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
 
Thanks, Nancy

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Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

Nancy Han

Hi Ian,

 

Thanks for your quick response. I tried that, but it didn’t work.

 

Regards, Nancy

 

From: Ian Crew [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2010 7:44 AM
To: [hidden email]
Cc: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

 

Hi Nancy:

 

In the first screenshot, enter the username as CAMPUS\username, as shown below:

Hope this helps,

 

Ian

 

On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:30 AM, Nancy Han wrote:



Dear Mac Gurus,

A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows 2008 Server R2) shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but unsuccessful. Here are the steps we used for the connection:


1) Finder-> Go-> Connect to Server
2) <a href="smb://name">smb://name of server/foldername

3) Type in user’s CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts

<image001.png>


After clicking on “Connect,” it tries for a few seconds and then gives the error saying "invalid username or password."


None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or Workgroup. Is there a way to get the “Domain or Workgroup” dialog box to show up as in the screenshot below for our Macs in order to specify “campus” as the domain?

 

          <image002.png> 

Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks, Nancy


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Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

Ian Crew
Hi Nancy:

Two things:

1) Make sure you're using "CAMPUS" in all-caps, are using a "\" (not a "/") between the "CAMPUS" and the username, and that there is not a space between "CAMPUS\" and the username.

2) Can the users in question connect to that share while using another computer (e.g. a windows box or a  different mac)?

Cheers,

Ian

On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:53 AM, Nancy Han wrote:

Hi Ian,
 
Thanks for your quick response. I tried that, but it didn’t work.
 
Regards, Nancy
 
From: Ian Crew [mailto:[hidden email]] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2010 7:44 AM
To: [hidden email]
Cc: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC
 
Hi Nancy:
 
In the first screenshot, enter the username as CAMPUS\username, as shown below:
<image001.png>
Hope this helps,
 
Ian
 
On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:30 AM, Nancy Han wrote:


Dear Mac Gurus,

A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows 2008 Server R2) shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but unsuccessful. Here are the steps we used for the connection:

1) Finder-> Go-> Connect to Server
2) <a href="smb://name" style="color: blue; text-decoration: underline; ">smb://name of server/foldername
3) Type in user’s CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts
<image001.png>

After clicking on “Connect,” it tries for a few seconds and then gives the error saying "invalid username or password."


None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or Workgroup. Is there a way to get the “Domain or Workgroup” dialog box to show up as in the screenshot below for our Macs in order to specify “campus” as the domain?
 
          <image002.png> 
Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
 
Thanks, Nancy

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Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

Graham Patterson
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Interesting. Is the Domain specification specific to 2008 R2? We
regularly connect to a 2003 server without needing to specify a Domain
in the username for Leopard and Snow Leopard. The CAMPUS\ and the
@domain formats usually work as well.

With Tiger we used to use the Kerberos app with the @BERKELEY.EDU format
to reduce the number of logins (which is purely of historical interest
now 8-) ).

I have joined Macs to AD too, though the demand at LHS is not as great
as it might be because of the high number of laptops in use.

Graham

On 9/8/10 7:43 AM, Ian Crew wrote:

> Hi Nancy:
>
> In the first screenshot, enter the username as CAMPUS\username, as shown below:
> Hope this helps,
>
> Ian
>
> On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:30 AM, Nancy Han wrote:
>
>>  Dear Mac Gurus,
>>
>>  A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows 2008 Server R2)
>>  shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but unsuccessful. Here are the steps we
>>  used for the connection:
>>
>>  1) Finder->  Go->  Connect to Server
>>  2) smb://name of server/foldername
>>  3) Type in user’s CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts
>>  <image001.png>
>>
>>  After clicking on “Connect,” it tries for a few seconds and then gives the
>>  error saying "invalid username or password."
>>
>>  None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or Workgroup. Is
>>  there a way to get the “Domain or Workgroup” dialog box to show up as in the
>>  screenshot below for our Macs in order to specify “campus” as the domain?
>>  <image002.png>
>>  Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
>>  Thanks, Nancy
>>
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Re: [Micronet] [Micro net] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

Lucy Greco-2
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Hi: I am having the same problem with a similar system

 

Lucy Greco

Assistive Technology Specialist

Disabled Student's Program UC Berkeley

(510) 643-7591

http://attlc.berkeley.edu

http://webaccess.berkeley.edu

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Ian Crew
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2010 7:44 AM
To: [hidden email]
Cc: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

 

Hi Nancy:

 

In the first screenshot, enter the username as CAMPUS\username, as shown below:

Hope this helps,

 

Ian

 

On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:30 AM, Nancy Han wrote:



Dear Mac Gurus,

A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows 2008 Server R2) shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but unsuccessful. Here are the steps we used for the connection:


1) Finder-> Go-> Connect to Server
2) <a href="smb://name">smb://name of server/foldername

3) Type in user’s CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts

<image001.png>


After clicking on “Connect,” it tries for a few seconds and then gives the error saying "invalid username or password."


None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or Workgroup. Is there a way to get the “Domain or Workgroup” dialog box to show up as in the screenshot below for our Macs in order to specify “campus” as the domain?

 

          <image002.png> 

Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks, Nancy


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Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

John D. MacDonald
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Nancy,

Any chance these users are on AirBears?  If so they would need to
connect using VPN first.  Otherwise, it could be the clock skew.  You
can use ntp2-1.berkeley.edu to keep in sync.  Also, have you looked at
the /Users/<username>/Library/Preferences/edu.mit.Kerberos file?

I have to second Graham's comments below...the CAMPUS\ and @DOMAIN
notation should not be required.

John




On 9/8/2010 8:12 AM, Graham Patterson wrote:

> Interesting. Is the Domain specification specific to 2008 R2? We
> regularly connect to a 2003 server without needing to specify a Domain
> in the username for Leopard and Snow Leopard. The CAMPUS\ and the
> @domain formats usually work as well.
>
> With Tiger we used to use the Kerberos app with the @BERKELEY.EDU format
> to reduce the number of logins (which is purely of historical interest
> now 8-) ).
>
> I have joined Macs to AD too, though the demand at LHS is not as great
> as it might be because of the high number of laptops in use.
>
> Graham
>
> On 9/8/10 7:43 AM, Ian Crew wrote:
>> Hi Nancy:
>>
>> In the first screenshot, enter the username as CAMPUS\username, as shown below:
>> Hope this helps,
>>
>> Ian
>>
>> On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:30 AM, Nancy Han wrote:
>>
>>>  Dear Mac Gurus,
>>>
>>>  A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows 2008 Server R2)
>>>  shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but unsuccessful. Here are the steps we
>>>  used for the connection:
>>>
>>>  1) Finder->  Go->  Connect to Server
>>>  2) smb://name of server/foldername
>>>  3) Type in user’s CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts
>>>  <image001.png>
>>>
>>>  After clicking on “Connect,” it tries for a few seconds and then gives the
>>>  error saying "invalid username or password."
>>>
>>>  None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or Workgroup. Is
>>>  there a way to get the “Domain or Workgroup” dialog box to show up as in the
>>>  screenshot below for our Macs in order to specify “campus” as the domain?
>>>  <image002.png>
>>>  Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
>>>  Thanks, Nancy
>>>
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>>>  list's archives can be browsed and searched on the Internet. This means these
>>>  messages can be viewed by (among others) your bosses, prospective employers,
>>>  and people who have known you in the past.
>>
>> Ian Crew
>> Media Vault Program
>> Information Services and Technology-Data Services
>> University of California, Berkeley
>> 2195 Hearst Ave, Second Floor
>> http://mvp.berkeley.edu
>>
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Re: [Micronet] [Micro net] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

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For step 2, you may want to try  smb://servername without the folder
first.  You need to authenticate to the server before you can mount
the folder or share.  It works that way on Windows as well, if you're
not in a domain.

>
> Dear Mac Gurus,
>
> A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows
> 2008 Server R2) shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but
> unsuccessful. Here are the steps we used for the connection:
>
>
> 1) Finder-> Go-> Connect to Server 2) smb://name of
> server/foldername
>
> 3) Type in user?s CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts
>
> <image001.png>
>
>
> After clicking on ?Connect,? it tries for a few seconds and then
> gives the error saying "invalid username or password."
>
>
> None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or
> Workgroup. Is there a way to get the ?Domain or Workgroup? dialog
> box to show up as in the screenshot below for our Macs in order to
> specify ?campus? as the domain?
>
>
>
> <image002.png>
>
> Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
>
>
>
> Thanks, Nancy
>
>


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Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

Spencer M BLANK
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Hi folks:
The clients are on a specific subnet and Nancy has requested file share access only from that subnet.  A firewall rule needs to be in place to allow TCP/445 and TCP/139 inbound to the server.  Also, netbios over TCP needs to be turned on at the server under the WINS tab of tcp v4 settings for MACs to connect to the file share.

-Spencer
IST Enterprise Windows Team

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Nancy,

Any chance these users are on AirBears?  If so they would need to
connect using VPN first.  Otherwise, it could be the clock skew.  You
can use ntp2-1.berkeley.edu to keep in sync.  Also, have you looked at
the /Users/<username>/Library/Preferences/edu.mit.Kerberos file?

I have to second Graham's comments below...the CAMPUS\ and @DOMAIN
notation should not be required.

John




On 9/8/2010 8:12 AM, Graham Patterson wrote:

> Interesting. Is the Domain specification specific to 2008 R2? We
> regularly connect to a 2003 server without needing to specify a Domain
> in the username for Leopard and Snow Leopard. The CAMPUS\ and the
> @domain formats usually work as well.
>
> With Tiger we used to use the Kerberos app with the @BERKELEY.EDU format
> to reduce the number of logins (which is purely of historical interest
> now 8-) ).
>
> I have joined Macs to AD too, though the demand at LHS is not as great
> as it might be because of the high number of laptops in use.
>
> Graham
>
> On 9/8/10 7:43 AM, Ian Crew wrote:
>> Hi Nancy:
>>
>> In the first screenshot, enter the username as CAMPUS\username, as shown below:
>> Hope this helps,
>>
>> Ian
>>
>> On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:30 AM, Nancy Han wrote:
>>
>>>  Dear Mac Gurus,
>>>
>>>  A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows 2008 Server R2)
>>>  shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but unsuccessful. Here are the steps we
>>>  used for the connection:
>>>
>>>  1) Finder->  Go->  Connect to Server
>>>  2) smb://name of server/foldername
>>>  3) Type in user's CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts
>>>  <image001.png>
>>>
>>>  After clicking on "Connect," it tries for a few seconds and then gives the
>>>  error saying "invalid username or password."
>>>
>>>  None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or Workgroup. Is
>>>  there a way to get the "Domain or Workgroup" dialog box to show up as in the
>>>  screenshot below for our Macs in order to specify "campus" as the domain?
>>>  <image002.png>
>>>  Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
>>>  Thanks, Nancy
>>>
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Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

Graham Patterson

Well, if you are going to change the rules like that... 8-)

Graham

On 9/8/10 10:51 AM, Spencer M BLANK wrote:

> Hi folks:
> The clients are on a specific subnet and Nancy has requested file share access only from that subnet.  A firewall rule needs to be in place to allow TCP/445 and TCP/139 inbound to the server.  Also, netbios over TCP needs to be turned on at the server under the WINS tab of tcp v4 settings for MACs to connect to the file share.
>
> -Spencer
> IST Enterprise Windows Team
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> Nancy,
>
> Any chance these users are on AirBears?  If so they would need to
> connect using VPN first.  Otherwise, it could be the clock skew.  You
> can use ntp2-1.berkeley.edu to keep in sync.  Also, have you looked at
> the /Users/<username>/Library/Preferences/edu.mit.Kerberos file?
>
> I have to second Graham's comments below...the CAMPUS\ and @DOMAIN
> notation should not be required.
>
> John
>
>
>
>
> On 9/8/2010 8:12 AM, Graham Patterson wrote:
>> Interesting. Is the Domain specification specific to 2008 R2? We
>> regularly connect to a 2003 server without needing to specify a Domain
>> in the username for Leopard and Snow Leopard. The CAMPUS\ and the
>> @domain formats usually work as well.
>>
>> With Tiger we used to use the Kerberos app with the @BERKELEY.EDU format
>> to reduce the number of logins (which is purely of historical interest
>> now 8-) ).
>>
>> I have joined Macs to AD too, though the demand at LHS is not as great
>> as it might be because of the high number of laptops in use.
>>
>> Graham
>>
>> On 9/8/10 7:43 AM, Ian Crew wrote:
>>> Hi Nancy:
>>>
>>> In the first screenshot, enter the username as CAMPUS\username, as shown below:
>>> Hope this helps,
>>>
>>> Ian
>>>
>>> On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:30 AM, Nancy Han wrote:
>>>
>>>>   Dear Mac Gurus,
>>>>
>>>>   A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows 2008 Server R2)
>>>>   shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but unsuccessful. Here are the steps we
>>>>   used for the connection:
>>>>
>>>>   1) Finder->   Go->   Connect to Server
>>>>   2) smb://name of server/foldername
>>>>   3) Type in user's CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts
>>>>   <image001.png>
>>>>
>>>>   After clicking on "Connect," it tries for a few seconds and then gives the
>>>>   error saying "invalid username or password."
>>>>
>>>>   None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or Workgroup. Is
>>>>   there a way to get the "Domain or Workgroup" dialog box to show up as in the
>>>>   screenshot below for our Macs in order to specify "campus" as the domain?
>>>>   <image002.png>
>>>>   Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
>>>>   Thanks, Nancy
>>>>
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>>>
>>> Ian Crew
>>> Media Vault Program
>>> Information Services and Technology-Data Services
>>> University of California, Berkeley
>>> 2195 Hearst Ave, Second Floor
>>> http://mvp.berkeley.edu
>>>
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>>> http://csac.chance.berkeley.edu
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Re: [Micronet] Mapping Windows shared drive in a MAC

Nancy Han
Hi all,

I am still not able to map a drive. However, the Windows Team is looking
into it. Hopefully, we can get it resolved soon. Thank you so much for your
suggestions and help!

Thanks again,
-Nancy

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Well, if you are going to change the rules like that... 8-)

Graham

On 9/8/10 10:51 AM, Spencer M BLANK wrote:
> Hi folks:
> The clients are on a specific subnet and Nancy has requested file share
access only from that subnet.  A firewall rule needs to be in place to allow
TCP/445 and TCP/139 inbound to the server.  Also, netbios over TCP needs to
be turned on at the server under the WINS tab of tcp v4 settings for MACs to
connect to the file share.

>
> -Spencer
> IST Enterprise Windows Team
>
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>
> Nancy,
>
> Any chance these users are on AirBears?  If so they would need to
> connect using VPN first.  Otherwise, it could be the clock skew.  You
> can use ntp2-1.berkeley.edu to keep in sync.  Also, have you looked at
> the /Users/<username>/Library/Preferences/edu.mit.Kerberos file?
>
> I have to second Graham's comments below...the CAMPUS\ and @DOMAIN
> notation should not be required.
>
> John
>
>
>
>
> On 9/8/2010 8:12 AM, Graham Patterson wrote:
>> Interesting. Is the Domain specification specific to 2008 R2? We
>> regularly connect to a 2003 server without needing to specify a Domain
>> in the username for Leopard and Snow Leopard. The CAMPUS\ and the
>> @domain formats usually work as well.
>>
>> With Tiger we used to use the Kerberos app with the @BERKELEY.EDU format
>> to reduce the number of logins (which is purely of historical interest
>> now 8-) ).
>>
>> I have joined Macs to AD too, though the demand at LHS is not as great
>> as it might be because of the high number of laptops in use.
>>
>> Graham
>>
>> On 9/8/10 7:43 AM, Ian Crew wrote:
>>> Hi Nancy:
>>>
>>> In the first screenshot, enter the username as CAMPUS\username, as shown
below:
>>> Hope this helps,
>>>
>>> Ian
>>>
>>> On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:30 AM, Nancy Han wrote:
>>>
>>>>   Dear Mac Gurus,
>>>>
>>>>   A couple of our Mac users are trying to map a Windows (Windows 2008
Server R2)
>>>>   shared drive onto a Mac (OSX 10.5.8) but unsuccessful. Here are the
steps we
>>>>   used for the connection:
>>>>
>>>>   1) Finder->   Go->   Connect to Server
>>>>   2) smb://name of server/foldername
>>>>   3) Type in user's CalNet friendly ID/passphrase when it prompts
>>>>   <image001.png>
>>>>
>>>>   After clicking on "Connect," it tries for a few seconds and then
gives the
>>>>   error saying "invalid username or password."
>>>>
>>>>   None of our Macs appear to be configured to access a domain or
Workgroup. Is
>>>>   there a way to get the "Domain or Workgroup" dialog box to show up as
in the
>>>>   screenshot below for our Macs in order to specify "campus" as the
domain?
>>>>   <image002.png>
>>>>   Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
>>>>   Thanks, Nancy
>>>>
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>>> Media Vault Program
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>>> University of California, Berkeley
>>> 2195 Hearst Ave, Second Floor
>>> http://mvp.berkeley.edu
>>>
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