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I am running Linux and in my network we have got lots of systems with samba shares. Is there any way so that I could get all the samba shares information

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

smbtree will show you all clients and shared folders in a tree like structure

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You can use a command like:

$ smbclient -L server_addr -Uusername
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