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Accessing Windows share results in NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED error

When attempting to connect to a Windows administrative share such as C$ via the command smbclient //{ipaddress}, i get the error Domain=[domain_name] OS=[Windows 5.1] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN ...
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Very high delays when browsing samba share, how to speed up?

I'm accessing a samba share from a windows 8.1 computer, and I have the problem that the latency is really high. Opening a file can take seconds. Opening windows file dialogs on a net path or net ...
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138 views

How to mount a samba share on non-standard port?

The firewall on my network drops all packets on TCP port 139 and 445. So all samba shares don't work outside the LAN. I tried letting the samba daemon listen on a non-standard port. This method works ...
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41 views

smbclent send message Windows User

I am trying to send a message to a Windows User from a Ubuntu User on the same LAN subnet. I can see the user's computer and PING IT from Ubuntu. cat mymessage.txt | smbclient M BRIDGE2 Error: ...
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1answer
220 views

How do I access a file share in the windows explorer using an IPv6 address?

entering the \ IPv6 address with the colons does not work, neither the typical approach of enclosing the address in [] brackets
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32 views

Do not allow locking read only files by network

I have shared a folder with read-only access rights. But if someone is using files from this folder, I can not delete these files, because they are locked. Is there any way to prevent read-only users ...
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History of folder permission changes

I would like to know if there is a way to see a history of any objects that have been added, changed or removed on a specific folder on my windows network. If so, how. Thanks.
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56 views

Windows can no longer connect to samba server

A couple years ago I set up a small homer server running Ubuntu and using samba to share a couple harddrives to my LAN. Couple days ago, the built-in NIC on the server's mobo died. So I purchased an ...
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1answer
69 views

How can I share `c:\program files`?

actually, it is c:\Program Files (x86)\Vim. I want to store my vim configs into this folder and broadcast it on lan. I've given Everyone read access and Administrator read/write/delete(or whatever ...
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How to implement delay in serving network request in windows environment? [duplicate]

I have read this similar question but did not find an appropriate reply, hence I am posting this question. I have a scenario where my Windows client is an anti-virus server. To reproduce a bug, I ...
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1answer
371 views

How do I set or remove a Windows SMB password?

I recently purchased a computer with the intention of using it as network-attached storage. It presently has no Windows password and only one account. Can I create two different shares (share two ...
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31 views

How to refresh windows share after connecting Ethernet cable to use better connection?

I use home NAS to serve shared files over home network. When I want to copy bigger files I connect ethernet cable to my notebook to use it's 1Gbps speed instead of wireless 54Mbps. The problem is ...
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1answer
469 views

Multiple user accounts from same client on network share?

My Win7 professional client has a connected network drive to the server with cached login (user/pw) data. How can I connect to the same server as a different user simultaneously?
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117 views

Opening file/application through smb/ftp

I know that if I open a file/application through ftp, the file gets downloaded on windows 7 and then I run it. My questions are as follows: 1.On ftp on windows, does it get downloaded to the ...
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2answers
1k views

Mapping a SMB share in Windows

I have a SMB/AFP network share that needs to be accessed via Windows and Mac computers. The AFP side works fine for the Mac OS X clients. However, I can't get it to map on Windows. I've tried the ...
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439 views

Windows 8 to Windows 2012 slow upload network transfer

I'm have a quite peculiar and highly frustrating problem. I have recently set up a Windows Server 2012 file host, sitting on top of kvm, using virtio drivers and a PCI-E passthrough HBA (debian ...
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299 views

Windows, wired and wireless at once, force SMB to use Ethernet to get faster transfer

I'd like the access to remote files by My Network Places (SMB or Samba) was done by wired connection always when it's available. It makes big difference - WiFi G (about 2-3 MB/s) vs Gigabit Ethernet ...
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2answers
61 views

How to make edits in Windows to files on a linux server?

I have an SMB connection to an Ubuntu Server 12.10 host that has shell scripts and config files I want to edit with a Windows 7 client using Notepad++. I am able to open the files and make changes, ...
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1answer
988 views

Office 2011, Mac OS Lion, Excel creates temporary file on Windows server 2008, SMB share how to stop?

I have an issue with Mac's and a windows SMB share, when using Excel 2011. If I open an excel document from the windows share it will create a "Ghost file" starting with ~$ then the full filename e.g ...
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2answers
704 views

Move files between two windows file shares on the same server

Using Windows 7 I have a server with shared folders set up. If I open one of them and take a file and move it to a subfolder it's instant - the file is obviously only being moved on the server. The ...
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334 views

Can’t Browse SMB Share After Temporary Outage

This is a strange issue that I’ve not seen before, but maybe somebody here could help? I have a Mac (running Snow Leopard) that is a SMB client accessing a Windows 7 share. The Windows 7 server has ...
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1answer
4k views

Is there no SMB/CIFS client component in Windows?

I know that Windows acts as an SMB/CIFS server by default. So one can easily access Windows files from another machine in the network with a proper SMB client. But what if I want to do the opposite ...
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1answer
541 views

Long delay until a folder appears when accessing through windows file sharing

We have an application that creates a folder with files on a remote machine, and a python script that looks for this folders from a local machine using its full UNC name and responds accordingly (for ...
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1answer
700 views

Is SMB safe enough for remote access using my credentials over an untrusted network?

I have a Windows (8 Consumer Preview) PC and a Macbook (OS X Lion). Sometimes, I'd want to pause working on a project leave my Windows PC at my room connected to my college's intranet, and keep ...
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2answers
5k views

Use windows' SMB to share folder over the internet?

I wonder if there are any program that can share a folder over the internet using smb? I know that windows has smb file sharing, but it only works on LAN.
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What is going on when I can't access an SMB server share (not accessible error) until I run cmdkey to delete the credential?

I have a network connection share issue. The first connection works, and seems to stay connected for at least a few hours. However, after each time my windows 7 PC reboots, it can no longer form a ...
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0answers
169 views

Share only a single folder using SMB

I want to share my "My Videos" folder using Windows's built in SMB. The problem is that when I decide to share my video folder and check it on another device, the path always is: networkname > ...
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1answer
16k views

how do I connect to an smb share?

I apologize if this is a stupid question. I have a smb share set up (smb://a.b.c.d/sharename) that I am attempting to connect to from windows. I'd like to either connect directly using a browser or ...
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0answers
53 views

How to share a Windows 7 Library while preserving its 'one-ness'?

My media server with all my movies is running Windows 7. I have two folders on different drives I want to share, E:\Movies and F:\Movies, so I've combined them with a library called "Movies," so I can ...
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6answers
23k views

How to access C$ share in a network?

Considering I have admin access to a machine, how can I remotely access the default C$ share in Windows XP and Windows 7? Edit: This is not a domain, it's a single machine that I need to access
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Can't access local SMB share via DNS name on Windows Server 2008 R2

I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 with single network adapter. For this adapter I created two IP addresses and registered DNS aliases for each one: 1.2.3.4 => app1.rnd.example.com 1.2.3.5 => ...
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2answers
5k views

Getting SMB file shares working over a PPTP VPN

I'm having issues getting SMB file shares working over a PPTP VPN. The server setup consists of a security device (DrayTek V3300) which passes the PPTP authentication to a SBS2003 server running ...
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1answer
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Windows Share Permissions VS NTFS Permissions

Say I have a folder on Server1 called folder1 and I share folder1 and the Share permissions for that folder allow all users to read only, and then i create a subfolder in folder1 lets call it ...
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1answer
121 views

Specify Samba account when connecting from Windows to OS X

I am trying to connect to a shared directory on my Macbook which is shared using SMB. This directory is only shared on 1 account, so it is not publicly available. When I try to connect to this share ...
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1answer
991 views

How to list all files in a Windows SMB network share

Given a single SMB network share (for example, \\server\\SHARED_FOLDER), I want to recursively list all the files, including those in the subdirectories (like find(1)). I would prefer to do it in ...
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1answer
329 views

Can't a chm file be opened on network-drive?

I have a chm file. The file opens well on my local machine. But on network-drive connected SMB or SAMBA, it doesn't work. Why? It just shows "Navigation to the webpage was canceled" in right pane.
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488 views

How to link to a subfolder of a share?

On my Windows XP server, a folder called Share2 is shared. It contains a subfolder called folder3. The guest account is protected by a password, which means network users have to type the guest ...
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3answers
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Sync folder between Mac and Windows Server

I've got a Small Business Server at work and a MacBook on the go. I want to sync a folder from the server on my MacBook so I can work on the files locally. I'm looking for a solution that syncs my ...
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684 views

SVN commit error - code checked out to Windows XP drive mapped to an Ubuntu Samba share

I'm having a bit of trouble trying to commit changes to SVN that are on a mapped drive - the drive is mapped to a Samba share on a Ubuntu (9.04) server. Here's the error I'm getting: I have full ...