The Common Internet File System (previously known as SMB) is a layer 7 networking protocol providing file and device sharing across local networks. It was originally designed and implemented by Microsoft as part of the Windows operating system.

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openVPN - print to remote client

LAN (192.168.44.x) | | | | openVPN WinXP ws1 (192.168.44.37) Server (192.168.44.90) | | | | VPN1 VPN2 10.8.0.x 10.9.1.x ...
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Mounting NAS share: Bad Address

I have a Linux storage device (QNAP TS-459U), and 'massive1' folder shared. I need to mount this share on my Debian server. They are connected by regular patch cord. The Debian server has two network ...
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How does one mount a MS CIFS share in SmartOS? [closed]

How does one mount a Microsoft CIFS share in SmartOS?
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ENOEXEC on CIFS in SUSE

I am trying to execute a program on a CIFS mounted partition in SUSE 11.1. Whenever I try executing it, I get a "could not execute binary file" error. Using strace, I was able to determine that the ...
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cp from Linux to CIFS (windows) share mount is very slow

I am wondering why cp command of 72GB data from linux server to a mounted CIFS (windows) share works too slow? It takes more then 3 hours already. Is the any way to see where the gap, bottleneck? P....
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Web-based SMB/CIFS file server

I am looking for a web-based file server which can be used to browser SMB/CIFS shares. I want something easy to deploy (can be Windows or Linux software) and which can be used to download/upload ...
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rsync files created or modified from windows share on cifs mount

I want to rsync the files to my local linux box, but I only want files that have been created or modified within the past 30 days. I'm mounting a windows share from linux using this command: mount -...
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How do I pass credential file to mount.cifs?

I'm maintaining a heterogeneous network of mac and linux so I decided to create a little perl script to unify mounting strategies across machines. The current implementation in linux is in /etc/fstab ...
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RSYNC to windows CIFS copies all directories on update (but not old content)

I have mounted a remote windows share (that will be where my backups to tape will be archiving). I have 70GB of data that doesn't change that much, so I want to use RSYNC to mirror the data. /usr/...
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ZFS CIFS shares, clients can't see mount points of other shares in root folder?

I'm in the process of migrating data from a Win2k3 file server to a box running Solaris. All was going well until I started coming across nested shares. An example of this is a share that the ...
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How are CIFS and SMB related to each other?

Are they synonyms, or components of a protocol stack? Answers with proof links are welcome.
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Multiple logins with pam_mount means multiple (redundant) mounts

I've configured pam_mount.so to automagically mount a cifs share when users login; the problem is if a user logs into multiple times simultaneously, the mount command is repeated multiple times. ...
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How to track physical drives to server LUNs & mount points

I need to document which physical drives each server depends on ( SAN, on an external array, iSCSI etc). Since this potentially a many-many relationship, with dependencies, finding a usable solution ...
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Is it possible to access Alfresco CIFS through Internet?

I know it's a security issue, but just by curiosity (I can't find a proper answer to that!), is it possible? I defined cifs.broadcast=255.255.255.255 in the Alfresco configuration, but whatever I ...
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Add more ressources to Server service on Windows 7

I'm trying to configure Service service on Windows 7, to add more ressources to it. In our infrastructure there is a Linux server, which has mounted partitions from a Windows 7 machine. Partitions ...
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server 2008 to 2003 slow filetransfer using cifs

I just tried copying a file over cifs (windows file sharing) between a server 2003 R2 and a new server 2008 SP1 and I'm getting horrible speed. it's a 300MB file that is taking around 30 minutes to ...
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Where are the Kerberos time outs in Windows 2008R2?

We have a DFS share that redirects users to a EMC CIFS share. Several end users are unable to access it and get the following Kerberos Security warning: The System Detected an attempt to ...
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CIFS cuts off end of file

I have a Windows 2003 Enterprise SP2 server, on which I am sharing a folder. In the folder is a file that I am trying to read and import the data on a SLES 11 SP1 server. If I view the file on the ...
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Rsync from CIFS mounted Windows shares is slow. Why is this? Are there alternatives for file copy with checksum support?

I have found that using Rsync to transfer files from CIFS mounted shares resident on a Widnows client is extremly slow. I have read a few threads here on SF, and several other forum posts on the web, ...
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How many folders you can mount on centos from windows shared folder using Samba with CIFS protocol

Currently I have an interesting problem to solve: In short I will need to pull custom text application log files from server windows servers (Mixed environment of windows server 2008 / 2003 sp2 64bit)...
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How I can prevent multiple mountings?

I have a Ubuntu Server, a NAS, and I am using CIFS protocol to mount. I ran into a situation where I had repeats of the same mount. The below is the output of me running the mount: //10.0.1.38/FOO ...
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Can you set CIFS permisions from EMC Command Line?

I am in the process of migrating file shares from my EMC NS-20 to my new VNXe 3100. I am using a RoboCopy script to move the files but am getting errors on some files and folders. I have Domain Admin ...
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Setting Linux UID on NFS volume from EMC NX4

I have an EMC NX4 from which there are several CIFS shares with corresponding NFS mount points. The CIFS user ids seem fine but when viewed from Linux they are all 327xx numbers and can't be set from ...
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CIFS Mount issue - Unable to write

After doing the cifs mount we are unable to touch on the share with the user kvk. But we are able to do the same as a root user. following are the configuration and error log. Fedora version 15: ...
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Mounting CIFS filesystems: error -1 opening credential file

I'm trying to permanently mount a windows server share via fstab and netfs on a CentOS 5.x box. I can successfully mount and access the share via the following command: mount.cifs //winserver....
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OpenIndiana cifs server, files created have no permissions

I have an OpenIndiana server running napp-it. I have an Ubuntu machine that mounts a CIFS share using this line in fstab: //Storage/Media /storage/media cifs credentials=/home/devians/.smbcredentials,...
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Is there any way to view the internal mount point of a samba cifs from windows?

Example: 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 ...
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VSS Copies from Network SMB/CIFS File Share on Mac OS X Client

We have a file share we want to roll out at work, and someone asked if there is a way OS X clients can see VSS copies on the network share they mount (to restate: a SMB/CIFS share on a server on the ...
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ZFS ACL's with Snapshots

Let's say I have a ZFS filesystem set up to share to users via CIFS, but ACLs are fine grained into the subfolders of the share to where certain users can't go into. Let's also say I'm leveraging ZFS ...
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NTFS network file copy hangs on +R attrib files / Server 2008 R2

I have encountered at least two server 2008 R2 machines that were recently built that exhibit identical behavior. When using explorer to copy a folder of files from or to the affected host, any file ...
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Access Vista Share from RHEL 5.3 Server - mount error 110

I am trying to access a file share on a Vista box from a RHEL 5.3 server. The Vista box is part of a domain, but it has two NIC cards. One is on the 158.x.x.x network. The other card is on the 10.10....
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How to check which user a share was mapped as

I am using net use to map shares on a windows machine to Red Hat Linux using Likewise CIFS. I was wondering if there is a way to check which user a particular share was mapped as. I desire this ...
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Very bad nfs / cifs performance

I mount a NAS under Ubuntu Linux 10.04. Unfortunately I get a very bad read/write performance, although I played around with various options (I have to admit that I do not really know what to do ...
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SMB/CIFS connection, attempting to change the permissionswithin rhel5 to comply with the clients needs

I can get the mount to work and as written in /etc/fstab: //pcsprdvhost.prod.tsh.mis.mckesson.com/sftphome /sftphome2 cifs username=myuser,workgroup=domain,password=mypassword,...
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Active Directory profile storage on ZFS

I'm considering storing Active Directory profiles on a ZFS file server. I ran across these instructions for using ZFS and the native Solaris CIFS protocol to integrate with Active Directory. It ...
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Why do I have to remount an smb share if I want to recreate a directory?

Suppose I have an SMB share mounted somewhere in a Linux filesystem. If I do this (from within the mounted share): rm -rf some-directory mkdir some-directory ls -a some-directory some-directory is ...
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Backup Exec backup-to-disk folder creation - Access denied

I'm having a difficult time creating a backup-to-disk folder in Symantec Backup Exec 12.5 and Backup Exec 2010. The backend storage is a Nexenta/ZFS-based NAS filer sharing the volume via CIFS. I've ...
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How to display windows group membership and Permission access in a CIFS mount

I have a CIFS mount point to a Windows Server from my Debian Linux box: mount -t cifs //192.168.0.10/users /mnt/users -o credentials=/etc/demo.smbpass It mounts properly but all the permissions of ...
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SYSTEM user (Windows 2003) through network

We're trying to connect an email server with a NAS device. Email server runs over Windows 2003 Server and NAS device with Open-E. No "Active Directory", just shared folders with CIFS. In order to ...
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Access Windows file share over the internet

At home I have a fileserver which is running Windows XP Pro. There are various SMB shares set up on it which can be accessed fine from within the network. Recently there has been the need to access ...
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Partions, RAID, LVMs, and Encryption

I have an existing production server that is running 4 drives each 750 GB in size in two software RAID levels. RAID 1 for the /boot partition and RAID 5 for the rest of the partitions including the /...
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How to fix OSX client to Windows share hangs?

I have 2 x MacBook Pro's (OSX 10.6.7) that access files stored on a 64-bit and a 32-bit Windows 7 PC. The MBP clients can connect to the Windows shares and transfer files with no problem. However, ...
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How can I automatically remount CIFS shares when remote servers restart?

I need to mount shared volumes from various remote servers on my local server which is running Ubuntu Server 10.10. I typically use commands like this to mount the shares: sudo mount -t cifs //192....
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Why is my CIFS share showing the same files multiple times?

I have a Debian backup server running the FreeBSD kernel and a ZFS filesystem on which I store backups, using ZFS's snapshot and compression technologies. The Debian server uses rsync to pull files ...
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Permanent Mount / umount on each execution

We're implementing a service that needs access to three disks that reside on different servers. I have mounted the disks (2 are on windows fileservers, cifs ; 1 is on another Linux server, nfs) and ...
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Does Google Search Appliance care about files permissions?

My file server has different files visible to different people, based on groups and file permissions. I planned to buy a Google Search Appliance and configure it to crawl this network shared drive ...
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Mount cifs share anonymously

I have a Windows 2003 Server sharing out a few folders as read-only to "Everyone". The server is a domain member, so I'm not able to connect to the share on computers that aren't on the domain ...
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Why does touch fail on Windows-hosted CIFS mount in Linux?

We've mounted a CIFS share from a Windows Server 2008 R2 machine on an RHEL 4u6 box, as 'cifs' filesystem, with full permissions on both the Windows and Linux sides so that it is possible to write to ...
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Duplicity Errno 2 - no such file or directory

I am trying to setup a script for backing up a linux box to a CIFS share. I manually mounted the CIFS share and created a few test folders - OK I then ran duplicity manually with a rather simple ...
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Windows shared printers: Process job on server machine, not the client

While working with Linux clients to Windows SMB/CIFS filesharing servers, from time to time I find myself having to print to a printer with no drivers available under Linux. For some reason, the ...