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My tech blog Adv Reply December 13th, 2011 #7 davethewave83 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Frothy Coffee! again the same error. -- from within Ubuntu I browse the network, it says "windows network" i double click "Windows Network" it takes a minute before displaying nothing. Either that or it needs to be integrated into the actual share properties. –Enigma Oct 26 '15 at 15:41 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote I had the same Where can I find the DHCP server configuration?

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Possible # values are "standalone server", "member server", "classic primary # domain controller", "classic backup domain controller", "active # directory domain controller". # # Most people will want "standalone sever" or Caution! The tool mentioned fixed it. Here is my smb.conf file [global] passdb backend = tdbsam add machine script = /usr/sbin/useradd -c Machine -d /var/lib/nobody -s /bin/false %m$ domain logons = No domain master = No security

Note: We recommend that you only share folders found or created in the Home Folder because those are folders on which your username has ownership. Is there a way to block an elected President from entering office? No matter what I enter, it won't let me in. Access Ubuntu Shared Folder From Windows Rune Rasmussen Totally agree.

sed -i 's/brain/void/g' / ; echo |"/dev/null" > .forward Reply With Quote 17-Mar-2014,07:00 #9 pamerbalint View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join Date Nov 2013 Posts He has been a very active contributor since the launch of the site. why?? –endolith Mar 3 '11 at 6:02 I had the same problem. Then type your user account password and click on OK.

Click Close and Ubuntu will ask to restart your session. Samba Share Is Not Accessible You Might Not Have Permission Changed that to coincide with my password and all worked fine after that. Join Date May 2007 Beans 236 DistroUbuntu Re: Share: Windows cannot access \\ubuntu Originally Posted by RealityMaster What security type are you using in smb.conf? If you can't do it from another linux machine with Samba, then the issue lies with your Ubuntu PC.

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Brian Reply With Quote 14-Mar-2014,07:34 #4 kalten View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Explorer Penguin Join Date Sep 2012 Location Canada Posts 112 Re: No permission to If you still can't access to the Media share from your Windows 7 computer, you should increase Samba verbosity by setting the parameter log level to 2 in the global section Windows Cannot Access Samba Share You Do Not Have Permission Can an object *immediately* start moving at a high velocity? Cannot Access Samba Share From Windows 7 Top comments sdkluber Ok, so here's my deal.

Are keywords in resolv.conf case sensitive? Once these items are set up correctly, proceed with this tutorial. Now the content of the shared folder is shown. Does a list of the non-letter ASCII symbol macros exist? Windows Cannot Access Samba Share Centos

Click on Network to view a list with all computers available (turned on at that time) in the network. I had a good full night of sleep and bam, got it solved :) It was because of the permissions. Now i can access the shared folder only when it is in guest mode. When I open Explorer, go to Network, I can see all three computers but as soon as I click on Ubuntu box appears.

I guess there is some other setting that needs to be enabled for the guest access option to work. Samba Share Is Not Accessible From Windows 7 Client Isn't AES-NI useless because now the key length need to be longer? There is also a way of fixing it by changing the mount for the NTFS partitions.

Here are the steps to be able to share a second drive over Samba: (These are for an internally mounted drive, but I think it may also work for externals) 1.)

Does a list of the non-letter ASCII symbol macros exist? Besides, please take a check if the following policies could help here: Local Computer Policy->Computer Configuration->Windows Settings->Security Settings->Local Policies->Security Options Find the policy: Microsoft network client: Digitally sign communications (always) If add: /dev/sdbx /mountpoint ext3 auto 0 0 to /etc/fstab where x is the partition number for the drive, "/media/mountpoint" is the mount directory (I created a directory called /share and mounted How To Access Windows Shared Folder From Ubuntu Terminal A few points: Tony Better way to access powershell for Windows 10 and 8.1: Scared Wife I wanted to get rid of my husband's USB drive because of all of the

Then enter control keymgr.dll and click on “OK” to open the windows credential manager which allows you to manage and delete passwords saved in Windows. Save and exit gedit. I believe this could very well be the problem. his comment is here If you want to # create files with group=rw permissions, set next parameter to 0775. ; create mask = 0700 # Directory creation mask is set to 0700 for security reasons.

It then shows me the share media. Bug? Update: I've found that some of the shared folders let me in, but others don't. I've created a share on the first harddrive (one fedora is installed on) and I can access that fine from Windows.

Save and exit gedit. Also, please be aware that some of our pages might have a different copyright noted, that applies to them. Now, the folder is shared with the rest of the network. You can have BOTH local and ms account.

TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser   Office Office 365 Exchange Server   SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business See all products I also added the samba_share_t SElinux label to the mountpoint directory which now allows me to access the shares on the Windows machine, however I cannot see any of the files I tried changing the shares password and that gave me a different error so authentication is not the problem I think. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ.

Should I use the old FAT32 file format or the newer NTFS file format? I would upvote but I can't just yet. –Tero Heiskanen Apr 26 '15 at 7:32 @TeroHeiskanen Glad you got it fixed! no error messages upon install of samba. -- In windows 7, I browse the network. On the old machine the router received a dynamic public IP and assigned dynamic private IPs to each device on the network while the new machine is connected to a router

The script must be stored # in the [netlogon] share # NOTE: Must be store in 'DOS' file format convention ; logon script = logon.cmd # This allows Unix users to Highlight server and click REMOVE FROM VAULT Reboot computer. Code: suseserv:/home/bstent/log # cat samba.log.bstent [2014/03/14 15:33:37.726651, 2] ../source3/smbd/service.c:848(make_connection_snum) bstent (ipv4: connect to service Media initially as user bstent (uid=1000, gid=1000) (pid 5827) So authentification works.