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I had similar problems upgrading from 3.0.22 to 3.0.23a. Try rebooting your
client machines, in my case Windows clients could connect to Samba again
after a reboot. Later I returned to 3.0.22 due to various issues with
3.0.23a. Recently I did upgrade to 3.0.23c and it seems to work well. My
advise, don't use 3.0.23a (at least on Fedora), either stay with 3.0.22 or
go for 3.0.23c.
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I normally take rpms from a "standard" Fedora repository - hoping they are
compatible with other Fedora packages, rather than going to a product's site.
However, I can't really make the samba situation worse than it is, so I will
follow your suggestion and download 3.0.23c from the Samba site, install and
see what happens.
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