I'm at work, and my Mac mini has stopped being able to connect to the corporate SMB server shared folders.
If I try Finder > Connect to Server (using the URL stored there from previous successful connections), macOS Sierra complains with a more than useless "generic error".
In my Console logs I can't detect any error related with samba (where should I be looking into?)
There are clonic Mac mini machines on the same floor (my coworkers' ones) and they can connect to this server without any problem.
If I ping this machine from my command line, I can see it perfectly.
If I try this on the command line:
smbutil view smb://192.168.XXX.XXX/docs/
macOS Sierra yields this:
smbutil: server connection failed: No such file or directory
If I try that very exact command line onto a coworker machine, it just lists the shared resources hanging from that SMB server...
Any hint? Maybe it's something related to some service being disabled by mistake in my Mac mini?
I don't have access to my company Samba Server machine and configuration.
I've read and googled many pages around and I'm more than lost.
In case it might be useful, I use MacPorts. It might seem a random thing to add here, but maybe I'm not aware of some library I might have installed that might be known to be troublesome with the official OS X SAMBA client.