The problem is not the Samba share but a new security setting under Windows 10. They specifically made it so that you cannot bypass this behaviour from the Samba side. They explain why under the section Cause.
In Windows 10, Windows Server 2019, or Windows Server 2016, the SMB2
client no longer allows the following actions:
Guest account access to ...
It is impossible with .NET method TimeZoneInfo.CreateCustomTimeZone , as BaseUtcOffset property should have value between 14 and - 14.
I really should have read the answer to the question I linked better: What causes scheduled task error 2147942402?
This answers my question:
The reason is that MOVE is not a program, but a native command in cmd.
It should be:
Program: "cmd.exe" Arguments: "/c move C:\Windows\Temp*.foo
In my case what I ...
Have the user log into the machine locally at least once, and then run the following from an elevated command prompt or PowerShell. (The first logon step may not be required on Windows 10 newer than version 1709.)
net localgroup "Remote Desktop Users" /add "AzureAD\the-UPN-of-your-user"
eg: net localgroup "Remote Desktop Users" /...
A few months ago I set up two KVM hosts using CentOS 8.1.1911 with a Hyper-V VM as a nested guest and it all worked fine.
A couple of months later, I set up a third KVM host with a near identical hardware and software configuration. The only difference was the motherboard, which had the same chipset, but was Gigabyte branded not ASUS branded as per the first ...
The Application in question may not need full Admin Rights. This varies by application, but usually the need is only for write access to a normally write protected area where the application is storing settings. Programs Files, Program Files(x86), ProgramData%APPNAME%, or someplace in the registry hive.
In your testing you should grab ProcMon from the System ...
All you need to do is leave recovery mode.
Recovery mode gets triggered, when boot options change, when the boot order changes or when secure boot is toggled from on to off or reverse.
You can leave it by undoing that change.
He never did this change? Well, possibly it went this way: the laptop was encrypted like forever, he does not even remember that some ...
If you assign the "Everyone" role with Read or Read/Write it will allow you to connect without authenticating. Also remember the Share permissions don't override the NTFS permissions for files, so assign Everyone to Read/Write on the folders too (not just the share permissions).
Here's a tutorial