My Windows 7 Professional PC is connected to a MacOSX Server, using the same credentials as for my workstation. I can successfully assign a network drive letter an I am able to access the server by typing
\\MACSERVER\ in the address bar of windows explorer (I can also access the server by typing that into the Speed Commander Shell bar).
However, I can't connect to the server by typing
\\MACSERVER\ in the Windows CLI. I get a "The network path was not found" message.
When I type
\\MACSERVER\work\, which is an existing folder, I get a message saying "access denied".
When I try to expand the network folder in the Windows Explorer I also don't see the server, just the name of my workstation.
Does anyone know, how I can access that network path through the shell? I need it for a PowerShell script.