referring to the thread "Is there an RDP 5.2 compatible client for Linux?"
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 1, 2010
That was the problem:
of course does a linux rdp client exist that is able to access this server. HOBLink JWT is (the) Java Remote desktop client from HOB, that allows the communication with Microsoft Windows Terminal Server and Microsoft Windows. The Java RDP client is platform-independent (Java Remote desktop).
Further information about HOBLink JWT.
Make Windows Systems Client of Linux server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 8, 2012
I want to know is there any utility or server in linux similar to Active Directory in windows. Actually I want to configure a Linux server in which I can create users and I can make windows systems clients of it.
So please give me suggestions.
Running a Linux desktop on a Windows client using VNC
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 12, 2004
I am wondering how do I set up a VNC server on my linux machine so I can view my linux desktop on my Windows machine, which has RealVNC viewer 4 installed on it...
(I am using Windows XP home and Fedora Core 3)
Sharing Linux filesystem using Samba Client is windows
- date: June 6, 2013
Linux Server :
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.2 (Santiago)
Samba Server Installed in above linux machine :
~]# rpm -qa | grep samba
I need to share a filesystem ( /backup ) in the above linux machine to be accessible to one windows server.
Windows server is : Windows server 2003 R2
I have opened the ports 137 / 138 / 139 / 445 in firewall between these machines.
While trying to access /backup from windows server, (STARUP->RUN->\\(IP of linux machine)\backup ) it is asking for USERNAME / PASSWORD in a pop-up window. Once i give it, it showing the error
"The specified Network Name is no longer available"
But i am able to succesfully share /backup to another linux machine ( with same USERNAME / PASSWORD)....This username is added to SAMBA (smbpasswd)
Joining a Windows 7 client to Samba PDC v 3.4.3
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 19, 2010
I have the following problem
I have a very nice SUSE 11.2 Samba PDC that runs well with Windows XP clients. I am using NETBIOS for name resolution since I dont want to put in a DNS server because my router already has one, Im pretty sure it would make things more complicated. I enabled wins support in smb.conf and made the name resolve order with lmhosts first. lmhosts lists all the ip adresses with their computer names in capitals. I hope thats right.
I set up my windows 7 with the reg file from the samba wiki on windows 7 http://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Windows7
Thats great now I get the old screen from XP in windows 7 when joining the domain. I gave the machine netbios name MAINPC a smb trust account MAINPC and added the unix user MAINPC$ that should all work. I manage to successfully join it says welcome to domain, afterwards an error appears "changing the dns name of this computer to "" failed" and something bout not finding the domain c
Linux terminal Server for windows client web browsing?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 3, 2004
Just a strange idea I had... and wondering if it is feesible or if someone has already done it.
I used to work in an accounting firm that used Citrix to serve all of there accounting apps to remote offices and it was pretty cool. The coolest thing was I could run linux and using the ICA client I was still able to run Lotus Notes and even NT server admin tools.
I know that there is a Linux Terminal Server Project and I have checked out their website and from what I understand they are concerned with (and have been quite successfull with) connecting to a linux terminal server and run x windows on a thin client.
What I would like to do is block access to web services on my windows xp clients using "Internet Connection Firewall" that comes with XP so that the users can't surf the web with IE. This would save me most of the headaches that spyware, adware and viruses cause me on my windows clients.
Then to give them internet access I would like to be able to give them
Virtual Thin Client as Windows App
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 17, 2010
Hi! I am consulting with a school.
I am suggesting they move to a edubuntu LTS setup for their student systems. However they will also need to carry on using their windows PCs and windows server 2003 for teachers and admin work.
Now the need arises for teachers or admin staff to also log into the edubuntu server to check students work etc.
Is there a solution for opening a linux thin client like session inside a web browser from a windows platform or inside a windows virtual thin client application?
In the ideal world the windows user would open a browser and type the URL of the edubuntu server in to get a new session inside a browser tab.
Any idea how this can be done.
Sorry if this is not the right place to ask this.
Windows 7 client to Samba Share authentication problem
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 28, 2009
I'm trying to use Windows 7 and Vista machines to connect to an Ubuntu share. With guest permissions turned on shareside, I am able to connect from the windows boxes with whatever share permissions I have set.
The problem arises when I want to password-protect those shares. When I turn off guest access for those shares and try to connect, I get prompted for a login, as expected. When I entered the share-owner login, windows kicked it back with a message saying something to the effect of, "windowsbox\username does not exist or password entered incorrectly".
I then created a user on the windows box to match the share-owner on the linux box, but this didn't seem to affect anything.
In summary, I can connect to shares as guest, but I really want to protect these shares with passwords, which I haven't figured out.
Any clues, please?
problems connecting ubuntu smb client to windows 7 server
- date: October 28, 2010
Hi all, I am trying to connect my ubuntu 10.10 client to my windows 7 file/print server. I can browse to my windows network via places->network. I can see my windows servers. When I double click on them, I am prompted with username, domain, and password. After I enter these, I am continually prompted for my password. I know that I have my username/domain/password correct (I use them from other windows machines to connect.)
I have also tried to connect to a server with the following:
share: Media (I know this exists with the appropriate capitalization)
user name: jordan
domain name: THOMPCO
(prompts for a password later, and I enter my password on the server)
Here is what I get from nmblookup:
:~$ nmblookup -A 192.168.1.5
Looking up status of 192.168.1.5
ANDREA <00> - B <ACTIVE>
THOMPCO <00> - <GROUP> B <ACTIVE>
[SOLVED] Windows 7 Client Cannot Connect to Samba 3.6.3 on Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 7, 2012
Hello, I am running Samba 3.6.3 on Ubuntu 12.04 to act as a sort of local file server here at home. Please review the configuration file below:
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