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SMB Share (Linux) and Aliases of Folders always require a login

We do share our files through an SMB Share on our Linux-Server. We use individual users but with the same rights to the SMB Share. In some cases we need to alias folders from one folder to another on ...
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Why can't my Mac Pro connect to an SMB share over the network?

I have a really weird problem. I have a Raspberry Pi running an SMB server that shows up in the sidebar of the Finder. I usually can just click on it and connect. Just today, it stopped working and ...
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Is there a way to configure OSX to auto mount and SMB share without entering a user and password into the configuration file?

I've found instructions on how to auto mount an SMB share, but they either involve adding the share to the login items (I'm using a laptop and that gives me an error when I'm not in the same network ...
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Controlling File Permissions on a Windows File Share

I'm using a Mac running Mountain Lion (10.8.3) with file sharing enabled to Windows users. Whenever a Windows user copies a file into the share on the Mac (Windows file sharing), the permissions of ...
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SMB share only accessible with FQDN or IP address, netbiosname no longer resolves

We have several Macs in our office, ranging from 10.5.8 - 10.8.2. Until a few days ago all of the machines could access all of our file servers, running on Win 2007 server, using just the netbiosname ...
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Can't connect to Win7 SMB share

I have a Mac running OSX 10.6 Mountain Lion. I have three Windows computers, one Win7 and two Win8. OSX can connect to the two Win8 boxes smb shares fine Win8 & Win7 boxes can connect to the ...
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Can you change the name of a network drive?

I have a couple of network shares which all have the same name on different servers and I'd like to change the label of the mounted disk to tell me which server its on. Can mounted network drives be ...
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Cannot write to SMB Share with Terminal OS X 10.8

I am trying to copy some files from my local drive to a SMB share I have set up on my home network using Terminal, but I keep getting this error: fchmod failed: Permission denied The share is set ...
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How do I auto-mount a SMB share on OS X 10.8? [duplicate]

How do I auto-mount a SMB share on OS X ? I know how to mount it using GUI: Cmd-K on Finder but I want a solution that would restore them after reboot/relogin. This questions applies to latest OS X, ...
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guest access to samba shares on 10.8

Is there any way to allow public (ie no user/password prompt) access to samba shares using the mountain lion built in server? Even with Everyone set to read/write in System Preferences and the guest ...
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Why does Drop Box not work after 10.8 upgrade?

Setup: I got SMB shares on my old-old Mac Mini (running 10.5). I have Drop Box folder/directory with Write-only permission - it is used to be called "Dropbox". Recently I upgraded my laptop (MacBook) ...
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Some SMB shares unavailable from Mountain Lion?

I've recently upgraded one of the machines in our office to Mountain Lion. Since doing so, when connecting to (or browsing to via Finder) our Windows 2008 R2 file server, some shares no longer appear ...