Thanks for using this newsgroup. Time thanks for your updates.
Please note that Windows NT is out of support life cycle, so you might
encountered some issue with this OS, also as I know NT is not the fully
compatible client on domain. However I would like to give you some
troubleshooting steps, if it still not work, it is your best interest to
update the OS.
According to your description, I understand that any of your Windows NT
clients could not browse the resources on member server.
In order to isolate the issue, please help gather the information below:
1. Please make sure that WINS is started on your SBS 2003 domain, you
can refer to the steps below to start the WINS service,
1. Click Start , point to Settings , and then click Network
2. Right-click the local area connection that you want to be
statically configured, and then click Properties .
3. Click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) , click Properties , click
Advanced , and then click the WINS tab.
4. Click Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP .
2. Please paste the detailed error messages you encountered when you
access the shared resources on member server, please also check the event
view to see if there are some error event.
3. Could you test if you can access the shared resources on member
through IP address, for example if you access the http://server ip address/
share folder/ does the issue still exists? Can you reproduce this on SBS
server shared resources?
4. It might be caused by the SMB signing issue; you can refer to the
following KB article to disable SMB signing on NT clients to see if the
issue can be resolved?
811497 Error Message When Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0 Client Logs On to
Windows Server 2003 Domain
5. Additionally, as the Windows NT is not a fully compatible client
on SBS domain, I suggest you refer to the following KB article to configure
your Windows NT clients to see if the issue can be resolved:
555038 How to enable Windows 98/ME/NT clients to logon to Windows 2003
288358 How to install the Active Directory client extension
I appreciate your taking the time to perform tests, if you have any further
concerns, please let me know. I am here waiting for your updates.
Charles Yang (MSFT)
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