Hi,

I can't get cifs to work.
When I try to login to a server which has cifs loaded and some volumes
exported I can't get it. I get the following from the nmas debug file.

12: Create NMAS Session
12: RemoteCheckIfLocalUser checking <user.context>
12: RemoteCheckIfLocalUser is a local user.
12: Server thread started
12: NMAS_CanDo StartClientSession 0
12: >>ClientPut: message size=8 queue Size 0
12: >>ClientPut: message size=7 queue Size 8
12: NMAS_CanDo sendMessage 0
12: <<ClientGet: message size=8 queue Size 0
12: >>ServerGet: message size=8 queue size 15
12: >>ServerGet: message size=7 queue size 7
12: CanDo
12: Sequence Selected == "Windows Native File Access"
12: Login Sequence Windows Native File Access not valid.
12: Login Sequence X509 Certificate is valid.
12: Login Sequence X509 Advanced Certificate is valid.
12: Login Sequence Enhanced Password is valid.
12: Login Sequence Entrust is valid.
12: Login Sequence Universal Smart Card is valid.
12: Login Sequence Macintosh Native File Access is valid.
12: Login Sequence NBMLDAP is valid.
12: Login Sequence NMAS Proximity Card is valid.
12: Login Sequence lsmafp is valid.
12: Login Sequence CertMutual is valid.
12: Login Sequence DIGESTMD5 is valid.
12: Login Sequence lsmcifs is valid.
12: Login Sequence Simple Password is valid.
12: Login Sequence NDS is valid.
12: Login Sequence Challenge Response is valid.
12: ERROR: -1660 CanDo
12: ERROR: -1660 NMAS Manager
12: <<ServerPut: message size=8 queue size 0
12: <<ServerPut: message size=4 queue size 8
12: >>ServerGet: message size=8 queue size 0
12: <<ClientGet: message size=4 queue Size 4
12: NMAS_CanDo sendMessage 0
12: Client Session Destroy Request
12: Local Session Cleared (Not Destroyed)
12: Server thread exited

I tried to update the login sequence (windows native file access) , but it
still stays the same.

Both netware servers are running netware 6.5sp1a.
Installed universal password, but before I had the same problem.

Can it be a conflict between 'Windows native file access' and 'lsmcifs' ?
Both are defined as authorized login sequences. They are the same ????

Kind regards,
Dick