>> We use the native lanman string in the SMBsessetup&X request to
>> distingusih between 2k/xp/.net so vmware sessions won't actually
>> affect it. The level 10 debug log is probably enough. Many thanks
>> for helping track this down.
> I think, this is what you mean:
> [2003/04/19 18:52:47, 3] smbd/reply.c:reply_sesssetup_and_X(880)
> Domain=[TOMMAIK] NativeOS=[Windows 2002 2600 Service Pack 1]
> NativeLanMan=[Windows 2002 5.1]
> But Samba then creates a directory Win2K and not WinXP as profile
> After that the recognition is okay as I can see it, if I accessing a
> share and let me send a NETBIOS message with %a.
here is the log from the logon to the pdc with WinXPPro.
Thanks again for your help!
Created attachment 1 [details]
log file of bug
added log file from Thomas Bork <firstname.lastname@example.org>
fixed. Miscalculated the offset when retrieving the lanman
string from the inbuffer.
verified by original poster
Created attachment 3032