[Samba] Windows 2008 Standard SP2 cannot access samba share by hostname but ok with IP
jerome.yanga at gmail.com
Fri Oct 11 09:21:50 MDT 2013
I do understand and I have done my homework with regards to the file lock
even before I posted here. I apologize for not providing all the info all
at once. I find that if I do, a lot is missed so I provide as it becomes
In performing my test, I created another share identical to what you see
above and made sure that no one else is connected to it. I simply dragged
and dropped a file from a Windows 7 to the share and I got error 0x80070021
on the following cases.
01) copying a new file into the share
02) overwriting an existing file
Creating a new file does not seem to show this issue--as expected.
Like you, I also appreciate how much Rowland has helped me. I have been on
that end of the line before and I know the hard work and patience it needs.
On Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 8:09 AM, Gregory Sloop <gregs at sloop.net> wrote:
> JY> Rowland,
> JY> I did see those from my searches as well. However, this samba
> JY> configuration worked prior to migrating it to RHEL and into a more
> JY> samba.
> JY> regards,
> JY> j
> >> HI Jerome, '0x80070021' is a windows error and the most likely cause
> >> would seem to be trying to copy a users .pst file whilst outlook is
> >> running, try doing a web search on the error.
> >> Rowland
> But that doesn't address Rowland's point at all. Are you sure this file
> isn't in use, even if it might have "worked" before?
> It seems pretty dismissive, IMO, to simply say "it worked before."
> [I've seen Rowland spend an enormous amount of time recently trying to
> help people, and in several cases it seems the person getting helped
> isn't putting in nearly as much effort as I'd expect. I'm not saying
> it's that way in this case - but IMO, you need to address the "Is this
> file open and that's the cause of the error?"]
> But perhaps I'm just feeling cranky this morning. :)
> ...And I have to say, 'Man Rowland, you and Steve have gone way above
> and beyond in spending time and effort helping.' You guys make
> community software rock!
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