I run Ubuntu in a VirtualBox for web dev at work. I installed Samba on it so I can access it from various computers. Today I came into work as usual and the Vista(Host) machine can't connect to Samba anymore... My laptop... the one I bring from home... that runs XP is able to connect just fine.
Does anyone know what could have happened? Could it be something installed on that machine over the weekend, like updates or something. My user has been elevated to have Admin privilages on the machine so I don't see that being an issue... The Vista machine sees the Ubuntu machine on the network... though when I go to open it I get this error.
\\UBUNTU is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions.
The user name could not be found.