How do I change my workgroup network?
- Click the Search.
- Click the Computer.
- In the window that opens, right-click on Computer and select Properties.
- Select the Advanced system settings option.
- Select Computer Name and click the Change…
- Enter a unique Computer Name and Workgroup name then click OK.
What is workgroup Samba? In workgroup mode, the SMB server is responsible for authenticating users locally when access is requested to shared resources. Note – You can use the smbadm command to change from workgroup mode to domain mode. Before You Begin. If the Samba service is running on the Oracle Solaris system, you must disable it.
How do I create a workgroup in Samba?
- 1 Configuring Samba.
- 2 Using Samba. 2.1 Decide before what you really want. 2.2 Server. 2.2.1 Server KISS. 2.3 Domain Controller.
- 3 Managing Samba. 3.1 Basic Check. 3.2 Database moves. 3.3 Tasks to Write Down.
What does a workgroup do? A workgroup allows all participating and connected systems to access shared resources such as files, system resources and printers.