[Samba] Is there a way?
staburet at mandrakesoft.com
Wed Mar 12 20:15:02 GMT 2003
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On Wednesday 12 March 2003 01:52 pm, Esler, Joel Contractor wrote:
> Is there a way to make clients not see "hidden" shares? Like we have
> an "I:" drive, but it's actually a "Common-Share"...
what clients? what servers? and what does "Invisible" mean?
I mean do you want to make a samba share non-browseable to windows users
(1), or are you afraid linux users might see a windows share despite
calling it "COMMON$" so it's hidden to windows browsers (2)?
If your concern is (1) then you just need to add "browseable = no" to the
share definition. If your concern is (2), then you need to switch from NT
to samba, so you get a (1)-type configuration...
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