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I managed to solve it - a bit more proper reading of various documentations would have been enough. As @golimar has pointed out, a mount, although looking like a directory, is not exactly the same, and therefor also can act differently. Here is explained that file permissions are created at mount for cifs mounts, and cannot be changed after anymore. Moreover,...


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The DNS Client service should be running to support the network shares. Enabling the DNS Client service and turning on the network discovery will help the Samba shares became enabled. If the DNS Client service is disabled any services that explicitly depend on it will fail to start. In your case it's the Remote Access Connection Manager service. It depends ...


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Fixed my problem. My DNS Client service was turned off from a host file editing script.


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