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Samba Network Path not found

Same problem on debian 10. Solution: sudo apt install samba-vfs-modules P.S. My problem was because of module widelinks.so
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Windows 10 File Sharing fails, but can access shared folder using RUN -> \\OTHER_PC\Shared_Folder succeeds

This is working as expected, and as designed. If you could view JOXPS13 directly, that would give access to the entire HDD, a security no-no. You've shared \Public, and have remote access to that ...
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How can I Map a Network Drive with Password so it stays mapped after a reboot?

If you specify prefix the username with with target computername: (i.e. Map to \\server1\share with username: server1\username and the relevant password) and tick save it should be persistent between ...
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Map a drive in Windows using different credentials

There's an app on the Windows store which can do this. It's called "Advanced Share Mapper." I know it works because I wrote it.
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Support of the \\?\UNC\server\share syntax in Windows

The \\?\UNC\server\share\path\file syntax is only valid for single file commands such as CreateFile, GetFileAttributesEx, ... and is required if you want to access server files which exceed the ...
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Samba not showing any shares

The command smbstatus --shares lists actual connections to your CIFS shares so if there is no SMB client connected, it will output nothing. The command to see what your server is sharing is the ...
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Share VirtualBox folders in reverse? Guest-Host?

You can extract all shared directories and data into separate vdi file and mount it as a usual drive or directory in the host. Particulary for the Windows you can use, for example, ImDisk toolkit for ...
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Force refresh on Windows' client side when the Samba server gives an outdated file?

This existing answer for another question worked. In short, in PowerShell run Remove-SmbMapping, and try to re-open the file.
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