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Just copying jscott's comment into an answer to allow closure : Windows has the File Server Resource Monitor utilities. File Screen allows you configure filtering of specific file extensions from shares. But this differs from veto files as a File Screen can actively prevent the files from being created.


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You can get an effective RAID substitute directly in Linux LVM, without mdadm or an a hardware RAID controller. That allows you to use differently sized disks as well. You can't avoid striping, but will have redundant stripes, so a single disk failure won't lose you any data. Simply initialize all disks as LVM physical volumes, assign them to the same ...


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If you don't want AD logins to be used for anything Samba related, can you change your Samba security mode to "user" or even "share" level permissions? That way you can leverage your built-in accounts for Samba but keep the AD stuff for logins. Or maybe I misunderstood what you where asking. I have local accounts on my servers, but I also use AD for ...


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Appears to be an issue on the Windows 7 end. The fix is to update the following two reg keys. Set the following registry key to ’1′: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\LargeSystemCache and set the following registry key to ’3′: ...


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Few things you need to check: CPU load and RAM usage Disk IO Network performance Try samba4 from another distribution - http://backports.debian.org/ Helpful commands: top htop iotop I'm running samba4 from Wheezy Backports, the copying speed average is 40MB/s.


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1) ssh users will be able to change/delete samba created files if the share is configured with the following options in smb.conf create mode = 0777 directory mode = 0777 2) assuming the guest account is "nobody", samba access may change/delete ssh users files if : samba share mount-point is configured to propagate the group nobody to files created ...


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Are you getting any errors when you start samba? Is the ArkOS server behind a firewall? Run nmap to be sure the port is open: nmap -p 1445 localhost


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It's because when you click 'Explore' in IIS Manager, you are using IIS Manager with a user account (most likely the local Administrator) of that box that does not have access to the share. You can fix this by synchronizing the Administrator passwords on both the web server and the storage server.



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