Allow others to read/write and give guest access. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\control\LSA Add: LMCompatibilityLevel Value Type: REG_DWORD – Number (32 bit, hexadecimal) Valid Range 0-5 Default: 0, Set to 1 (Use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated) Description: This parameter specifies the type I have this feeling that your W7 machine doesn't know how to authenticate. I entered "smb://192.168.2.148" (substitute the IP address of your Samba server) - I was presented with user/password window - After typing in user/passwd I was able to see the samba shares
It worked for me, thanks alot! Either you've started them twice, or the inetd server has tried to provide a daemon for you. You have an invalid users or valid users list denying permission. I am the only user of the LAN and I use the same user name and password on all of the machines.
An invalid users or valid users option in your smb.conf file that doesn't allow your account to connect. Or is it? Check that it's what you expect with testparm (see the earlier section, Section 18.104.22.168). Try to test a server and client that are on the same network: First, perform the tests for ping: no answer described earlier in this section.
As usual, you can check the Samba log files for additional clues. I only have one user on the computer, which was setup during install. Connection closed by foreign host. Windows 10: Unable To Connect To Samba Shares We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
If smbclient does work, there is a name service problem with the client name service, and you need to go forward to Section 22.214.171.124 and see if you can look up Enable Smb Windows 10 Is there a setting to force it to use cifs instead? time=0. I have been searching for a resolution to my issue with connecting to a NAS since upgrading to Windows 10.
Your Samba server should appear in the browse list of your local workgroup. Samba Map To Guest Regards and thanks again Reply E. If you get a partial success—with some pings failing but others succeeding—you have either an intermittent problem between the systems or an overloaded network. However, you should see most of them: $ nmblookup -d 2 '*' Added interface ip=192.168.236.86 bcast=192.168.236.255 nmask=255.255.255.0 Sending queries to 192.168.236.255 Got a positive name query response from 192.168.236.191 (192.168.236.191) Got
Best thing is that it is pretty much dummy proof and so easy to use. https://www.schkerke.com/wps/2015/06/windows-10-unable-to-connect-to-samba-shares/ You have a mixed-case password, which the client is supplying in all one case. Ignoring Invalid Value 'share' For Parameter 'security' Perhaps try disabling IPv6. Samba Access Denied Thanks for your help.
I think that step 5. Go back briefly to the earlier section, "Testing daemons with testparm," to see if nmbd is running. If this draws responses, the broadcast address you've been using before is wrong. As Windows 10 can remember the user name and password credentials, so it's a one-time inconvenience to help secure your data and connections. Samba Conf
Optionally, you might try this test by connecting to the system using telnet instead of ftp; the messages are very similar, and telnet uses TCP as well. Run the command netstat -a on the server, and look for lines mentioning netbios, 137, or 139: $ netstat -a Active Internet connections (including servers) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Right click the contents pane and choose new DWORD (32 bit value). Reply dal says: March 27, 2016 at 6:54 am Thanks.
I have made what should be the proper changes in the /etc/samba/smb.conf file. Windows 10 Smb Share Thanks. Adv Reply May 7th, 2010 #8 barleone View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Jan 2008 Beans 11 DistroUbuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Re: Samba
Since you can connect and see the shares (and just not the contents of them) this answer doesn't apply particularly well in your case. –Tim Brigham Jun 5 '12 at 15:55 Samba Client - Manual Configuration This section covers how to manually configure and connect to a SMB file server from an Ubuntu client. user name and password). Schkerke.com Windows 10: Unable To Connect To Samba Shares A bad guest account will also prevent you from printing or browsing until after you've logged in to your home directory.
If no path is specified, the service will try to run with a path of /tmp, which might not be what you want. I have a Linux Box (debian) running with Samba installed and hosting a network share. I don't need change anything in the registry. im so i got a little project going on here and its not going well.
On the other hand, if you receive an error, check the following: If you get Get_hostbyname: unknown host localhost, either you've spelled its name wrong or there actually is a problem If you want to do something more advanced, I refer you to the Samba Web site mentioned above. Network and Sharing can't access network device normally? Navigate to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters key.
OS Windows Reply With Quote New 14 Mar 2016 #8 bro67 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Retired from the grind Join Date : May 2015 Central IL Posts While we can't describe in detail the solution to every problem you might encounter, you should be able to get a good start at resolving the problem by following the advice Here's whats going on: Install Windows 7 Fresh \\sambaserver\sharename -Works no problem Add Windows 7 To a domain \\sambaserver\sharename -Asks for password - wtf? If you get ICMP Administratively Prohibited, you've struck a firewall of some sort or a misconfigured router.
A security = share parameter in your Samba configuration file, in which case you might have to add -U your_account to the smbclient command. Keeps asking credentials login. If you get ping: network unreachable or ICMP Host Unreachable, you're not receiving an answer, and more than one network is probably involved.