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comment How can I configure samba with separate hard drive?
@BigChris Yes. I can see the folder but I get the error above when I attempt to navigate it. However, on the rowsdower box I am able to navigate into the folder.
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comment How can I configure samba with separate hard drive?
@Optichip I can ping the box. The other shares aside from the "Shares" folder are all working but they are on the system hdd. I have restarted the services after each change.
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comment How can I configure samba with separate hard drive?
@xR34P3Rx It is mounted locally. Fstab is working. On the local box I can navigate to the directory and view and create files. But through Samba it acts as though the path is incorrect though I confirmed it is the correct path.
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comment How can I configure samba with separate hard drive?
Network name cannot be found.
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comment How to append netsh firewall rules, not just replace
Thank you. It'd be so much easier if Windows allowed users add to the list rather it being overridden by default. Looks like I have to change my script to write to another file and then have the rule read from it. Seems tortuous.
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comment How to append netsh firewall rules, not just replace
I found this which basically says that netsh is not capable of adding ip's. So the only option I would have is to keep a list in a text file and run a script that writes to the file and then reads from it, importing all the addresses? That seems crazy. social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverManagement/…