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You need to enable auditing on the folders and in the security policies on the computer where the share is hosted to be able to determine when the folders are deleted and what account is deleting them. After that is enabled, you should see 4663 events in the Security event log when they are deleted.
From the Samba Wiki: I keep getting asked for username/password when trying to access a public share on the AD DC. On a non AD domain, you can use 'map to guest = bad user' in smb.conf to allow windows machines that are not part of the domain, to access public shares. This will not work with an AD domain, guest access to the domain needs to be ...
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