I am trying to mount a shared drive on a Windows Server 2008 machine using a Linux machine (Fedora 13).
I try mounting by
mount //HOSTNAME/SHARENAME /mnt/FOLDER
and I get
mount error(13): Permission denied.
I have tried other options like
# mount -t nfs //HOSTNAME/SHARENAME /mnt/FOLDER -o username=USERNAME and the same thing with different filesystem types (ntfs, smbfs, cifs).
- checked all firewall configurations.
- verified security/sharing settings for the drive
- verified registry keys under
- verified NFS server is running
I am familiar with Windows Server 2008 but I have never configured a system from scratch on my own. The computer I'm using used to have Windows 7 for sharing folders to a Linux server. I have just switched to Server 2008 and have not been able to mount anymore.
One thing that I think is that I tried setting up an identity mapping solution; however, I do not have a domain controller setup. I am still functioning on a workgroup. I selected anonymous but still no luck.