[Samba] Accessing Windows file-system from Linux samba server
adam.nielsen at uq.edu.au
Tue Nov 3 20:38:04 MST 2009
> [tim at helen samba]$ sudo mount -t cifs harriet:C /mnt/win
Since you're not specifying a username or password, you're connecting as
a Guest user.
> [tim at helen Documents and Settings]$ ls tim
> ls: reading directory tim: Permission denied
Obviously Guest isn't Tim :-)
> [tim at helen Documents and Settings]$ ls Default\ User/
> Application Data Desktop Local Settings NetHood NTUSER.DAT.LOG
> Recent Start Menu
> Cookies Favorites My Documents NTUSER.DAT PrintHood
> SendTo Templates
But Guest will need to know what the system defaults are.
> What do changes do I have to make to enter "tim"s folder;
> and why amd I able to enter "Default User".
> Any help or enlightenment gratefully received.
When you mount the share, specify a Windows username to connect as
(mount ... -o username=tim)
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