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I have same problem but it is even weirder...
I started having issues with smb with 10.5.8 but usually after a reboot everything was back to normal...
After upgrade to 10.6 every was also fine and then i started having issues accessing my smb shares on a XP machine. VNc to it or ping works fine...
First time it happened I rebooted like I did on 10.5.8 and it worked again ...
but now ...nothing does it ... I even recreated the smb share to same result...
firewall is turned off... awaiting (eagerly) for a fix ...
In the Terminal.app application (you can find it with spotlight or go in Applications->Utilities) just execute the command:
ps -A | grep NetAuth
which will show a line like:
2028 ?? 0:11.22 /System/Library/CoreServices/NetAuthAgent.app/Contents/MacOS/NetAuthAgent
Then you have to kill the process by executing the command:
kill -9 2028
where 2028 is the running process showed with the first command. This value will probably not be the same for you
Am I clear enough?
That was clear, thank you. I've tried this but it doesn't seem to make a difference.
Maybe killal -9 NetAuth is what is suited best for what you want.
But again: It did -not- work for me. It just kills the login window.
I just checked the new Snow leopard edition of cocktail.
There under filesharing there is an entry which says: Allow sending password in clear text.
Maybe this is useful. I will try tomorrow,
Tried your "killall", too, with the same result. I'm very interested in what you find regarding the clear text password info.
I'm upgrading to 10.6.1 right now, and i'll update if it made a difference for me (i'm not optimistic).
I've also installed SnowLeopard 10.6.1 and also do have problems connection to a Samba-Server (based on Debian Lenny) since the Upgrade to SnowLeopard ("Wrong Password or Username").
The following is a temporary fix and worked for me:
Setting (temporary) a numeric SMB-Password for the relevant Account on the Samba Server.
This is an issue that you *really need to fix asap*
I had all the same invalid username and password problems from my Macbook Pro trying to log into my home Vista (ugh!) network via a Linksys WRT600N router. My problem was not having a password set on my Vista machine. Never had a need for one til now. Soooo, now I can log in, mount my shared files but cannot use my shared Canon printer set up on the Vista machine. It goes into a spooling status on the Windows side and no further. I suspect it's SL driver problem, not a Windows problem as all permissions are correct. I've spent a week trying everything to no avail. Dumb answers from Canon tech support too.
Just wanted to say that i actually did not have any problem in 10.5.8 , neither did i have this on 10.6 (SL) but once i updated to 10.6.1 i suddently could no longer connect to my shared directory on my win7 with
Also my Nas was unreachable. I had not changed anything so i'm pretty sure it had something to do with the update. I tested to remove the login from keychain and restarted and when i tested my shared folder it asked for login/passwork and voula i was once again connected
I hope this continues to work now. Also i hope it can help you guys. I know how frustrating this can be. Apple should fix this ASAP.