Questions tagged [network-share]

A shared resource or network share is a device or piece of information on a computer that can be remotely accessed from another computer, typically via a local area network or an enterprise Intranet, transparently as if it were a resource in the local machine.

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Can I replace my Windows Server file/folder share service with a Raspberry Pi? [closed]

I have a Dell R720 on premise that acts as my primary domain controller for workstations. At one point the machine had many more functions and features and it was necessary to keep an on-premise ...
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Please help me understand mounting cifs for domain group

I have samba ad dc and on a different member I have a file server. Domain Controller = Debian 11 (DC01) Domain Member (File Server) = Fedora 34 (FS01) Domain Member (Workstation) = Fedora 34 (F01) ...
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Find (apparently) open files from disconnect network share?

Trying to disconnect a mapped network drive, I get the below error: Error: You currently have files open on X: (connected to \x.x.x.x\Share). If you don't close the files before disconnecting from ...
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Single Windows 10 Pro Machine can't access network shares [closed]

I have a home network, with a ZyXel NAS drive. On this network, 2 Windows 10 PCs can access various shares, including on the NAS. But one Windows 10 Pro PC, cannot access any network shares. If I ...
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Cannot reach Synology NAS with Windows Explorer

I cannot access the office Synology NAS from one of the clients on the network, using Windows Explorer. When I click its icon in the Network section, I get an error: "Couldn't access \\...
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Share folders with two different NIC

i have a Windows Server 2019 machine with two NICs, is it possible to share folders only on one ip address? eg. If i connect to NIC 1 IP 192.168.1.165 i want to see only "FOLDER1", else if i ...
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How to replicate growing files?

I need to replicate a bunch of continuously growing large log files from a network file share. Can't use rsync, because I don't have ssh access to the server. Is there any existing Linux tool that can ...
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is there file that keep my config of network mapped drive?

I have mapped network drive by IP. is there a config file that storing the info? so I can copy to new machine and have them auto map
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Access denied accessing NAS folder via Symbolic Link

I have a symbolic link created (with /D) in a folder on our file server which points to a shared folder on a NAS. My user can access the shared folder via \nas-address\share but when they try and ...
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How to use a POSIX-compliant volume in Azure Container Instances

Some Docker images like postgres and gitlab/gitlab-ce require the ability to set permissions and ownerships on files and directories, however this does not appear to be supported on Azure Container ...
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Azure storage file share with AD and MacOS

My actual simple infrastructure is composed by a VNET with inside these machines: Windows Server 2019 that acts as AD controller and DNS server, sync with Azure AD. Windows Server 2019 stand alone, ...
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How to open SSH tunnel to share VPN connection?

There is one Windows machine which can SSH into Linux server within VPN connection. How I can setup SSH tunnel (or anything else) on this Windows machine, which could be shared for other machine under ...
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File Explorer closes when viewing mapped drives and other SMB Shares

We've been dealing with an issue involving File Explorer closing, seemingly randomly, when viewing mapped network drives and other SMB Shares. The network connection(s) to these locations are not lost,...
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Is this an appropriate use case for Windows Work Folders?

A client has two sites connected continuously via VPN. At each site is a server running Windows 2012 r2 that hosts hyper-v vms as dc and rds servers. The sites are part of a single AD domain.The users ...
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Windows share requires authentication only when accessed locally [duplicate]

I have a Windows server (Server_1, 192.168.1.1) that has a network share (filesshare). The share permissions are "Full control" for "Everyone". This server also has a CNAME (...
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NFS server is exporting shares but is not?

I'm running a Lubuntu QEMU VM under Bunsenlabs Lithium (Debian 10). I'm testing different ways to share folder with NFS. First created share was OK, but the host refused to share the second folder. ===...
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How can I make a linux CentOS server the master DNS server? [closed]

What kind of scripts do I need for that? Thanks in advance for any explanation or link to tutorial
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Hybrid AAD Network - Network Share Problems

My work is currently migrating from a fully on-prem environment to Microsoft 365 and SharePoint. However, due to various reasons, we've had to keep our on-prem domain active. Our domain controller ...
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How do I check a remote file systems mount permissions?

I'm mounting a test server to a shared filesystem at work. It's a cifs mount so im looking at this reference page: https://linux.die.net/man/8/mount.cifs I want to try and mount in a "know as ...
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Syslog full of "CIFS VFS: BAD_NETWORK_NAME" errors

I've recently move a mounted (windows) share in the fstab config from: //[old server]/[share] /mnt/[share] cifs credentials=/etc/samba/credentials,x-systemd.automount,uid=112,gid=116 0 0 to //[new ...
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Change ACL of shared folder without setting archive bit

I would like to restrict certain network shares in my network so that only specific groups can access the shares. However, some of these shares are archived to an external system. Whenever the ...
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Advice needed on migrating shares from a 2003 DC to a new 2012: how can I avoid breaking my software install GPOs?

I've finally virtualized our entire server infrastructure and I'm ready to start migrating to our bought Windows server 2019. Since our current setup is based on Windows Server 2003 we obviously have ...
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(Win Server 2019) Slow Read/Write network shared files using SMB protocol

I have a running Windows Server 2019 used as a File Server. He is having a problem: When reading/writing files via network share (SMB Protocol) the request takes a long time to complete... This is ...
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Saving in MS Office takes long when editing offline files

We've many users that use the Offline Files service to take files with their them on their laptops while they are not connected to the company network. It works good while they are not connected to ...
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Need a simple High Availability file share

I am looking for the simplest way to share a single file in a high availability way between a pair of linux servers. (Version and distribution are unimportant, I'm looking for a generic solution.) I ...
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How to hide existing Windows shares - step-by-step

We have a few file shares that users access directly using shortcuts or maps. We're converting to DFS-R and will continue to use the same share stores for the most part. Once done, we'd like the ...
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Attach network disk as direct

Is where way to attach network disk as direct without creating VHD etc? I want to connect drive directly from one computer to other by network by like iSCSI but without creating VHD. Not acceptable: ...
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How to stop explorer searching for desktop.ini on a network drive

We have used a custom sync-tool for folders on a network drive which used different foldericons (through desktop.ini) to represent sync-status (Dropbox style). Now we stopped using this sync-tool, ...
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OpenVPN server : connexion OK but no access to remote lan

I've got a running OpenVPN server with following configuration VPN network is 10.7.0.0/16 LAN network is 192.168.100.0/24 Client is able to connect, but I can not reach LAN hosts located behind VPN ...
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Creating cache of remote files

I am trying to cache a small amount(Max 5mb) of the start of all the files that is available on gdrive(gsuite) for quicker indexing. I am experimenting with rclone now, but it seems like it only ...
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Reliablely map network drive on Windows machine remotely from Linux machine

Background Fairly new to networking. I have two machines. One is a Linux machine running Debian (Computer A), the other is a Windows machine (Computer B). On the Linux machine is a Samba share and ...
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Connect a VM by LAN to a VM which has WAN

Using Esxi 6.7, I have two guests (Debian 10 on each one). Guest-1 (VM-1) is configured with a public IP like this and is connected to WAN (internet) : sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces source /etc/...
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How do I identify the network share from a device ID connection in Windows?

We are getting alerts of large data exfils across removable devices from our database servers. I have confirmed that these are expected database backups. Now I'm trying to backtrack the connections to ...
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Samba setup with FreeIPA to accommodate iOS clients

I have an IPA domain controller and have followed this guide to set up Kerberized SMB: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/8/html/...
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Windows Server 2016 slow and interrupted file transfer

A default installation of Windows 2016: No domain. RRAS Service on 2 network adapters (default configuration). DHCP on local adapter. Local Adapter as private network (PowerShell cmdlet). Internet ...
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File server corruption. Recovery suggestions

My file server was the victim of an underlying I/O issue on Monday, outcome being that some files that where created or changed Monday are completely gone... Before you say, restore from backups, the ...
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File not found/read error if file accessed immediately after saving it

I am running CentOS 7, working on a synchronously mounted network drive (NFS). EDIT: more system info: Server is running CentOS Linux release 7.3.1611 (Core) with kernel 3.10.0-514.16.1.el7.x86_64 and ...
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What are the best methods to share files among 2 different VM

What are the best methods to automate the exchange files between 2 servers VM on the same LAN on the cloud? A VM is windows server and B VM is CentOS Linux OS, the direction path is Windows Server Dir ...
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Directly zip to network Shared Drive

i am using centos 7,currently I am running a cron in which some files are being zipped and then sent to the directory in desktop on daily basis from there I have to move it manually to a NAS(local ...
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Windows and Mac Shared Storage Permission Issue

I have been tasked with creating a new central storage server for our company. We run a mixed environment of Macs and Windows 10 computers. We currently host our file server in Windows Server 2012. It ...
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Setting Windows share permission to folder without updating subfolder permissions

I have a windows share (hosted on a QNAP NAS) with many files and folders in it. Imagine it like: \\nas\share \folderA \subfolder1 \subfolder2 \subfolder3 ... \...
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Samba Network drive files corrupted

I have samba network share configured on AmazonLinux, With S3 as a backend storage for the drive, Samba drive path For ex: 192.0.0.1\Share\ (Path inside server /samba) S3 Bucket mount path (/samba/...
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How can I determine the version of a remote NFS share?

I am having trouble with a some software, that only can mount NFSv3 and NFSv4 share - it can not mount NFSv4.1 or NFSv4.2. Since I do not have access to the server itself, I cannot determine what ...
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Allow User's to clear print queue for themselves but not other users?

From what I understand, enabling allow on "manage documents" on the printer security tab will allow users to clear the queue for themselves and others... Is there a way to have them retain ...
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Share DFS location and Change Name of DFS folders

I want to simplify file server access from displaying multiple drives to instead, share the DFS location that lists all of the shortcuts to the actual folders and files my users need access to. The ...
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Is it possible to allow users to see only the files/folders they have created in a windows (server 2016 ) shared folder?

a shared folder has been created z://networkshare/workfolder/ user1 has created a file file1.doc and saved to z: drive user2 has created a file file2.doc and saved to z: drive Currently both users can ...
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Share folders between two EC2 instances within the same VPC

I have a number of Windows servers in EC2 on the same VPC. How can I get those machines to share folders with each other? The closest answer I see is here: Unable to Share Data between Amazon EC2 ...
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Can multiple users work directly on a NAS

The title may be confusing but I'll try to explain my question the best I can. Say I have two physical offices, on one I have all my data (excel files, word files, pdf's, etc). On the other I have my ...
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Network Mapped Drives sensitive information leakage when changing LAN networks on Windows

Assuming the following or similar setup of network drives/locations on a Windows 7+ system originally connected to a TrustedLAN: TrustedLAN Gateway: 192.168.1.1 /24 TrustedLAN Windows System IP: 192....
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File Server Directory Structure

Let's say I have 3 main directories that need to be shared, I'll call them "Management", "Finance" and "Sales". There seems to be two logical ways of doing this: either I ...

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