Mapping to Debian Server

  1. Soapm's Avatar
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    Mapping to Debian Server


    For years I've had shares from my XP64 machine mapped to my Debian server with the following fstab entries. It's a lot faster transferring files between machines using cli and I don't have any of the windows protection limitations.

    Code:
    //192.168.0.XXX/Archive /archive cifs username=$$$$$$,password=********,sec=ntlmv2  0 0
    That doesn't seem to work with a Win10 drive, any suggestions how to alter this entry to make it work? Nothing I try seems to work???
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    I threw the book at it but in the end I think it was this that fixed it.

    Enable or Disable SMB1 File Sharing Protocol in Windows | Tutorials
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  3. Soapm's Avatar
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    Who would have thunk it, the problem was having, "Simple File Sharing" enabled on the xp machine. It kept the permissions from being viewable when I tried to set the folders permission. After turning that off, I gave everyone full permission and presto...

    The first tweak let me mount the drive but I still didn't have access to the folders. This step gave me the access to copy everything over.
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    Hi there @Soapm

    If you have problems accessing NAS FROM XP then in your SAMBA file add the following 3 lines in the GLOBAL section in the samba.cnf file.

    There's usually no probs accessing XP FROM the NAS but the other way around = especially if you have on your NAS large TB HDD's whether in a RAID config or not.


    In your smb.config file add

    [global]
    lanman auth=yes
    ntlm auth=yes

    Now you can see it works

    as per my post XP and NAS (Samba) access Solved - Windows 10 Forums

    cheers
    jimbo
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