To try to connect to the domain I go to the "Control Panel" button and select the "System" option. From there, I go to the "Properties" subheading of the "Network Identification" key. I select "Domain" under "Member of" and input the domain name. Then I am prompted for a login name and I enter the same name and password I used on the Win98 system. Finally, I receive the following error "The credentials supplied conflict with an existing set of credentials."
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I am not having this problem in Win98. What's going on?
NET USE * /DELETE
This should remove all shares to other computers from Windows 2000. You may find that the following Microsoft Knowledge Base articles helpful too "Error: The Credentials Supplied Conflict with an Existing Set of Credentials" or "Err Msg: The Credentials Supplied Conflict with an Existing...".
Here are some relevant articles from the Samba mailing list.
You can solve the problem by creating different users for each resource.
Basically, the post states that if the Windows network redirector can't handle it, you can solve the problem by using different entries in your local lmhosts file (on the NT box).
net use servershare1 /user:1
net use 10.9.8.7share2 /user:user2
10.9.8.7 is the IP address of "server."
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