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0 Example Usage nmap -p445 --script smb-protocols <target> nmap -p139 --script smb-protocols <target>


No. It is not possible to run multiple instances of SMB on a Windows server. Shares can not be bound to a specific nic or IP address either.


All I needed to do was chmod go=r on the files. They were -rw-------.


Apparently it is possible (meanwhile), follwing Forward a port over ssh (-L option), then add the port= mount option.

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