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To be accesed from windows, I have a samba cIFs called \data\cnd\video it points to this path of the server: 10.50.2.80/vol/conten_delivery_network/videos is the any way to view this path from windows??

thanks in advide!!

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No, there is no way to see from a client which is the local path of a shared folder on the server.

If the server shares out \\ServerName\Share, you can't tell if that's actually stored on the server in D:\Data\Something or E:\OtherData\SomethingElse\Share, or anywhere else. This is just not supported by the SMB protocol, and it's always true, regardless of the server or the client being Windows or Samba.

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i supose that.. But there always a small hope :D thanks!! – Javier del Saz Oct 7 '11 at 11:21

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