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Member 14117853 wrote:
Kindly let me know how this function works, and from where I am getting these values.
These values are set by the other side. Meaning that MACMINI-558088 broadcasts/announces itself and sets those values itself.

The Netserverenum function will simply echo/repeat what MACMINI-558088 claims to be. If your SAMBA configuration file is set to announce as "Win95" then Netserverenum will print Windows 95.

Member 14117853 wrote:
sv101_version_major and sv101_version_minor are the same for UNIX and MAC systems, which use SAMBA. Kindly let me know why it is?
Did you invest any time reading my last post? I already told you that you can edit the SAMBA configuration file and modify these values.

smb.conf[^]

Scroll down and look at
[announce as]
This specifies what type of server nmbd(8) will announce itself as, to a network neighborhood browse list. By default this is set to Windows NT. The valid options are : "NT Server" (which can also be written as "NT"), "NT Workstation", "Win95" or "WfW" meaning Windows NT Server, Windows NT Workstation, Windows 95 and Windows for Workgroups respectively. Do not change this parameter unless you have a specific need to stop Samba appearing as an NT server as this may prevent Samba servers from participating as browser servers correctly.

Default: announce as = NT Server

Example: announce as = Win95
[announce version]
This specifies the major and minor version numbers that nmbd will use when announcing itself as a server. The default is 4.9. Do not change this parameter unless you have a specific need to set a Samba server to be a downlevel server.

Default: announce version = 4.9

Example: announce version = 2.0


By the way... these are not C++ issues, you are basically asking for SAMBA support in the C++ forum.

Best Wishes,
-David Delaune
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