I have a problem with a samba share on a Linux server. When I try to open the share in Windows with
\\server_name\share then I get an error:
Windows cannot access \server_name\share
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Error code: 0x80070035 The network path was not found.
However, I can open the share without any problem with IP address
I tried several stuff to delete cached credentials, e.g.
net use * /DELETE. The server is not listed in Credential Manager, so there is nothing I could delete.
Any other hints to get it working?
Note, the share was accessible for guest only, this was working fine. Due to changed security policies I tired to change the samba share accordingly (see https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/489869/allow-ad-group-to-access-samba-share) - this is not working yet. I reverted back all changes in samba config, however it does not work anymore, even though the configuration is exactly the same as it was before when it was working.
The Linux server has 4 shares. 3 of them I did not touch at all. But non of these 4 shares are working, so I assume there might be some kind of "network share cached data"