framebuffer wrote on 2021-03-15, 15:31:
Bruninho wrote on 2021-03-15, 13:53:
Very good post. The only downside is that this requires the Win98 user to have the same username used for the SMB share. For example, my Win98 user is "Bruno Castello", but does not match "bruno" for the SMB share. Therefore I need to create a new user. I'd rather be able to change my username but looks like the only way is to create a new user and transfer some files (I still don't know which ones) to the new profile so I could keep my preferences and desktop icons.
yes but it work also the other way around, just create a new user on the server that matches the one you have on Windows 98 and give him permissions for the share.
this way you don't have to touch you local account on Win98 😉
Yeah I've got to find out how to change my Time Capsule username. The most interesting thing is that I can access TC on my macOS 9.2.2 VM using DAVE. Windows XP can do the same. Even Windows 3.11 can see them but can't access them.
To me, the fact that 20+ years old operating system can still see them, I know TC still uses SMB 1.0, but this is still amazing to me.
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