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I have multiple Virtual Machines (Guests) on VirtualBox 5.1.14 installed On MacBook Air, All with the same UserAdmin and same Password for test porpouse.

On my Host (MacBook Air)
    System Preferences->Sharing->File Sharing -> 
        Computer Name:joseluisbz MacBook
        Share files and folders using SMB (Checked)
    System Preferences->Network->Ethernet->Advanced...->WINS
        NetBIOS Name:MACBOOKAIR-E26C
        Workgroup:BZ

Like Guests I have:

    Windows 10 Enterprise
    MacOS 10.12.3 Sierra
    CentOS 7 1511

Here my Settings

On Windows I have:
    Computer Name:Vxbox-Win
    Workgroup:BZ
    Shared Folder: Users

On MacOS I have
    System Preferences->Sharing->File Sharing -> 
        Computer Name:Vxbox-Mac
        Share files and folders using SMB (Checked)
    System Preferences->Network->Ethernet->Advanced...->WINS
        NetBIOS Name:Vxbox-Mac
        Workgroup:BZ

On Linux I have:
    /etc/samba/smb.cnf
        [global]
                workgroup = BZ
                security = USER
                server string = Samba Server Version %v
                netbios name = Vxbox-Lnx
                log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
                max log size = 50
                idmap config * : backend = tdb
                cups options = raw

        [joseluisbz]
                path = /home/joseluisbz
                valid users = joseluisbz
                read only = No
                guest ok = Yes

Situation: Linux Can't Access MacOS with Samba

Windows works perfectly, I can access to and from all OSes. MacOS (Host and Guest), I get access to all Oses, but only from Windows and another MacOS, it doesn't working from Linux. Linux, I can access Only to Windows (it doesn't working to MacOS), I can get access from all OSes.

MacOS Accessing all OSes

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Windows Accessing all OSes enter image description here

Linux Viewing all OSes. enter image description here

When I try to access... I put the password, but repeatly, ask for password like a bucle. Like Authentication problem. enter image description here

Then, I abandon to access... enter image description here

Finally, I can see only Windows and Linux Machines. enter image description here

Then I can't access from Linux to some MacOS.

Whats wrong?

How solve this?

It is a problem from MacOS or from Linux?

Thank you

  • Have you enabled NTLMv2-compatible password hashes for the Mac accounts? It's in System Preferences -> Sharing pane > File Sharing -> Options button -> Windows File Sharing account list. You need to select each account you want to be able to connect as, then enter its password so it can be re-stored in NTLMv2-compatible form. – Gordon Davisson Feb 5 '17 at 2:48
  • @GordonDavisson Thank you... Yes I have enabled – Chepe Questn Feb 22 '17 at 0:02

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