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Windows Server 2012 VM can't access other 2012 servers

I have a new Windows Server 2012 DataCenter running on VMWare ESXi 5.1 that can't access shared folders on any other Windows Server 2012. However, this server can ping the servers by hostname and RDP ...
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64 views

Proper set up shared folders for users

First I would like to say thanks for helping, and I have huge problem with proper set up permission for shared folders. I have Windows 7 x64 ent. - name: backupfb - added to domain with shared ...
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1answer
77 views

Work folders not working

I am trying to configure work folders on W2012 R2. I completed server configuration (as described in all procedures) and I have no error in server logs. Port 443 is in use by "windows sync share" ...
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2answers
82 views

net use command to show _all_ connections [closed]

When I type net use as Admin on my Windows 7 Machine, I see no shared drives mounted. However, there are drives connected by users. When I start the windows cmd shell with one of these users, I see ...
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1answer
117 views

Windows shares via command line with user/pass, without mapping the drive? [closed]

In my day to day work, I need to access data on shared folders using different credentials (my desktop account is not the same as the account I use to access these servers). Normally, I'd map a few ...
2
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1answer
53 views

Allowing unpermitted group to access share - Windows 7

I've been a Linux sysadmin and am new to Windows so I apologize for the n00b question. I have two groups lets call them "Students" and "Professors". Students are very restricted, however professors ...
1
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1answer
39 views

Trying To Redirect A Share From One Server To A Share On A Different Server

I have a Windows 2008R2 File Server that has multiple shares. What I would like to do is in some way redirect some (not all), of the shares to a different file location. For some of the shares, the ...
0
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1answer
80 views

Mapped drive in widows and delta updates

Can someone help me confirm that a modification to a file in a mapped drive in windows would only update the delta and not copy the entire file across the network. not sure how to identify how it ...
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1answer
93 views

Windows: View other network shares without sharing anything myself [closed]

Using windows, I would like to be able to browse computers and their shares on the network, without publishing any shares, administrative shares, and not even having my computer listed in the ...
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2answers
2k views

Samba public share - Windows keeps asking for password

I can't figure out how to properly configure these Samba shares. Really I can't understand what's wrong. I read many many articles here, on AskUbuntu forum, on LinuxQuestions and other forums and ...
0
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0answers
111 views

Change network connection without hanging a program

I have a program on a remote computer that I run and if I change the network by specifying another gateway and dns address in the adapter proprietes the program works as usual, no problem will occur. ...
1
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0answers
109 views

Reconnect Windows Network Drive after network connection has been established

User uses a piece of software (simple database and front end app) that connects to a database stored on another workstation, by way of mapped drive. This mode of access is supported by the software ...
8
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4answers
572 views

PowerShell DSC copy from network share

I am trying to use PowerShell DSC to copy folder contents from a network share. Here is the code: Configuration TestSetup { Node localhost { File Test { SourcePath = ...
0
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2answers
106 views

Is it possible to use IPv6 to connect to a remote share using 'net use'?

One can use either UNC or IPv4 address to connect to a shared folder on a remote machine using net use, e.g.: net use \\remotePC\SharedFolder // valid net use \\111.122.1.1\SharedFolder // valid ...
0
votes
1answer
272 views

Is it possible to have simultaneous 'net use' connections established to two shared folders on the same remote machine (avoiding error 1219)?

I'm working on a code that could copy files between two arbitrary network file shares, i.e.: copy files from \\pc1.domain.net\Shared\DirA // source shared folder to ...
2
votes
3answers
380 views

Shared Home folders on file server listed as “My Documents”

We have a Windows 2008 R2 file server sharing home folders for about 600 users. These folders are mapped to a shared drive for each user when they log in on their own workstations, and that mapped ...
2
votes
2answers
219 views

Default shares need to be hidden from normal domain users

I have installed windows server and it produces default shared folders that users can see when they are looking at other folders I have shared for them. Is there a way to hide these system folders or ...
1
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3answers
218 views

How to copy a huge file to a remote shared folder?

I've using robocopy to copy a 300GB files from one Windows Server to another Windows server over the WAN. However, I keep getting errors after copied several GBs and retrying from start. (for example, ...
0
votes
2answers
64 views

Windows cached shared offline folders [closed]

I have an infrastructure where a shared folder in a Windows server is needed, and every Windows clients take from there some files. The infrastructure is too big and we encounter the "slow connection" ...
0
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2answers
383 views

how to test as local SYSTEM account? (accessing remote files from Python)

I'm trying to access some remote files from a web application server. Let's call them servers M and R. Both are running Windows Server (2008 and 2003). The remote files are on server R on a file ...
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1answer
84 views

Local drive access using $ share in windows flaw [closed]

It seems that I can access every drive on each computer in my work network by utilizing the $ share? Example: \\computer_name\C$ would give me access to the C drive and each file Is the AD ...
1
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2answers
347 views

Finding $RECYCLE.BIN folders on network shares

Is there a good tool to find $RECYCLE.BIN folders on network shares and their size? In our environment we use roaming profiles and folder redirection for storing user profiles/data. Users are often ...
0
votes
0answers
43 views

Shared resource permission management (minimum required permission)

I want to grant a "tech" group access for managing the shared resources. Problem: The sharing tab is not shown to them. Moreover they can not even access the shared folder list via management ...
0
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0answers
40 views

Set ACL to allow owner to delete files in share

I have a main shares folder which has the following structure: Share->User Folder->Files I want the users to be able to add files to other users folder, but only the fodler owner to be able to ...
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votes
1answer
55 views

Why clustered windows service doesn't authenticate to share with machine name when share is resident on same node of cluster

I have a windows 2012 failover cluster set up with multiple roles, one file share role, and another a generic role for hosting Generic windows services configured to logon as Network Service. The ...
4
votes
2answers
1k views

The Network folder specified is currently mapped using a different user name and password

I have a NAS device, it has 3 shares. On one computer I have access to all 3 of the shares. On another computer I keep getting this error when try and add a 2nd one. The Network folder specified is ...
12
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1answer
526 views

Windows could not reconnect all network drives

OK, before you get all "OFF TO SUPERUSER WITH YOUR ISSUE!", they specifically state in their Help pages: "NOT about issues specific to corporate IT support and networks", and since this is a corporate ...
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votes
1answer
265 views

Samba setup: RHEL, Windows 7

service smb restart; service winbind restart; service nmb restart service smb stop; service winbind stop; service nmb stop I, for the kick of it, thought I'll setup a samba server on my office ...
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votes
1answer
113 views

Deleted files on network drive from user A show up in user B's local recycle bin

A customer relayed to us the issue that one of his users (user B) discovered sensitive documents in his recycle bin, which another user (user A) apparently deleted on a mapped network drive. Now, I ...
5
votes
1answer
438 views

How can I list hidden administrative shares using PowerShell?

I'm trying to write a script that will audit shared folders on a few HIPAA-sensitive servers. I'm getting a list of shares just fine using gwmi Win32_Share, however when I go to get the permissions on ...
1
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4answers
99 views

Is it possible to enumerate Windows users remotely?

I have a couple of shared folders which are accesible by an account which has no password (long story). But the username is very long and difficult. Is this (relatively) safe and secure, or is it ...
2
votes
1answer
2k views

mklink to network share or UNC path or Mapped Drive?

Are there performance or permission or other considerations to think about when using a mklink path to a network share versus just a straight UNC path (or mapped drive for that matter). For example, ...
0
votes
0answers
62 views

No access to shared folder over VPN

I have client who connect to domain via VPN. They use smartcards and successfully connect to enterprise network. They can connect to terminal servers with smarts cards, But have no access to network ...
0
votes
1answer
113 views

Windows 2012 file share always asks for password

We have a file share here on a windows 2012 server. On login it ask for password.On the client (Windows 7) I have the option "save password". But even if I click this, after next reboot of the client, ...
1
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1answer
37 views

Migrating & consolidating file shares to new server vm

An interesting little puzzle for you guys & gals: My organization has 3 companies, each with their own separate hardware server and file storage, that we're looking to consolidate into our vm ...
1
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1answer
75 views

Accessing another server's file system passing credentials

I'm trying to access the file system on a server (\\servername), which prompts for credentials. I want to pass the credentials directly, like \\username:password@servername, but it's not working. An ...
0
votes
2answers
55 views

Mount share on domain-joined-server from non-domain-joined client

I tried to mount a share on a domain-joined-server with a non-domain-joined client. Now my problem is: when prompted for credentials only username in form "domain\username" works, if I try ...
0
votes
2answers
120 views

How to copy many files within Windows LAN through ssh fast

In a remote LAN I want to copy (not move) a set of ca. 5000 (already zipped) files, in sum 30 GB, between 2 directories (storage, connected as drive letters by net use) regularly, but only after ...
0
votes
1answer
151 views

Windows 2008 R2 file share - any way to “lock it down” outside of a 3rd party app?

I have a 3rd party app that "makes a call" to write files to a file share on our network using the currently logged in credentials of the Windows domain user. Meaning the 3rd party app doesn't pass ...
1
vote
1answer
222 views

Can Windows share access be limited on IP base?

we have got a Windows server runnung with 5 shares. To increase VPN security I'd like to forbid access to one of the shares from VPN-Network (10.8..). Is this possible via Windows firewall? What are ...
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votes
1answer
45 views

Synchronizing code for multiple users [closed]

I'm a beginner in all this and am working on a project with a few other people. I'm facing some problems. My code is to worked on by another person simultaneously. I want to perform staging on a ...
0
votes
1answer
331 views

Redirect a shared folder to another server

Is it possible to redirect a shared folder to another server? We are moving some shares from a windows server to a NAS. The old server will keep running because it still has IIS and some other ...
0
votes
2answers
74 views

Best approach to migrate shared folders and not break links to files

We are going to migrate some shared folders from our windows servers to a NAS appliance that we already have. What is a good way to maintain links inside the files located in these shares? There are ...
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votes
2answers
140 views

Method to Backup Files/Directories while Maintaining File Structure - Per Year

I need a method that may be able to accomplish what I am trying to do. This is a one time thing, any direction would be appreciated. I need to archive a massive Windows share but I would like to be ...
1
vote
1answer
70 views

Adobe Media Server Network Location for HTTP Streaming

Running Adobe Media Server 4.5 on Windows Server 2008. I have a mapped network drive (Amazon S3 connected via Webdrive) where all my videos are stored. Using a UNC path, I can successfully stream via ...
1
vote
3answers
1k views

Changing the Permissions on a Windows Share Remotely?

I read about the Net Share command a lot of places. It appears to have the ability to stop a remote share from being shared using the /DELETE argument, and it also appears to be able to add users to ...
1
vote
0answers
92 views

Win2003 share being lost/dropped intermittently on Win7

Several Win 7 64 bit workstations are randomly losing connection to one of our shared drives from a Windows 2003 server. 1) In Windows Explorer for example trying to access \caedc1\Macshare results ...
1
vote
1answer
109 views

System error 5 on net use drive mapping when including password, no error when prompting for password

I get a 'System error 5 has occurred. Access is Denied' error when I do: net use t: \\server\transfer /user:bpm_r bpm_rxt However, I get a successful map if I do: net use t: \\server\transfer ...
4
votes
1answer
3k views

What does it mean to grant/set permissions for NETWORK SERVICE on a network share?

I'm confused about the NETWORK SERVICE account (group?) works on network shares: On one hand, NETWORK SERVICE is generally described as an account that's local to a given machine. (See, e.g., here on ...
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0answers
230 views

Can Skydrive be linked to a server based home directory?

At the school I work at we currently give every user a mapped drive to their home folder on the file server, all controlled through Active Directory. We also have a heap of users using iPads, which ...