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If you want to share something with your users, by definition you are making it available to them to read/view and copy. Preventing delete and editing files is easy, just use Read permissions exclusively on the share or the files. But the user will be able to copy the content of the shared files. If you want to prevent that, you have to lock down the ...
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You have to disable access based enumeration on the windows file share and force the mac clients to use SMB1. Also, don't give full control to CREATOR OWNER: uncheck Full Control, Change Permissions, and Take Ownership. The mac ACLs will screw you in the long run unless you uncheck those permissions. In order to enforce SMB1 on a mac client: Create the ...
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You can opened the following ports on windows firewall, advanced setting , inbound rules then create a new rule: TCP 137 -139 ,445 UDP 137 -139 ,445 This helped in my case. Thanks
I had the same problem in the opposite direction. I was trying to share a printer attached to a Windows XP machine, while all my clients were using Windows 7. I tried a LOT of things. In the end I solved the problem like this: Enabled Simple Sharing in the Windows XP machine. Ran the Network Setup Wizard (in the Windows XP machine). Restarted Windows XP. ...
you have to go to properties --> sharing --> advanced shareing. There you can choose the computer under the "object types". But i would prevere to set the share to "everyone" and then change the rights over the NTFS-User rights. So you only have to manage the rights on one side...
You need to use advanced sharing for this, go to Properties Sharing Tab Advanced Sharing Tick 'Share this Folder' Click Permissions Click Add Click Object Types The computer object will be shown in the list of available objects
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