[Samba] define share without name
sampei02 at tiscali.it
Sun Oct 23 11:16:49 UTC 2016
Because I’m migrating Windows file server to new Linux one.
In Windows environment I shared specific folder (c:\share) and everything, which is contained inside, is accessible directly typing \\10.56.23.22 <smb://10.56.23.22> (showing all subfolders and all files) e.g. \\10.56.23.22\test.exe <smb://10.56.23.22/test.exe> and it’s not necessary to introduce sharing name e.g. \\10.56.23.22\newshare\test.exe <smb://10.56.23.22/newshare/test.exe>
I have website which reference file server path and I should to change every path, replacing \\10.56.23.22 <smb://10.56.23.22> with the new sharing resource, e.g. \\10.56.23.22\newshare <smb://10.56.23.22/newshare>, which I should create on Samba.
> On 23 Oct 2016, at 12:19, Marc Muehlfeld via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> Am 23.10.2016 um 09:47 schrieb Sampei via samba:
>> With Samba 4.2.10 I wish to create one folder share so that
>> Windows clients can access to it by typing only the IP address
>> or netbios name of server, e.g. \\10.56.23.22 and the
>> window will show immediately file list.
>> I read Samba doc and it’s necessary to define every share
>> by symbol "[ section ]” but if I defined [test] share I
>> woull access to it by typing \\ 10.56.23.22\test and
>> this one it’s not my scope. Suggestions please?
> This is not possible to set up.
> What's wrong with \\host_name\share or mapping the share for the user?
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