Works with OS X 10.6 and 10.7 and Windows Xp, Vista, 7. […] Reply Peter says: September 8, 2011 at 11:37 am On the Windows side, I highly recommend mapping a So if that's part of the picture then - in that regard - you are chasing an unofficial fix to an unsupported workflow. 0 Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Still stumped though, we are going to try ExtremeZ-IP to see if we can fix it with a 3rd party tool. Using Mac with Lion OS and Windows XP.
To connect to a Mac or Windows computer that is sharing files on your local network, look under the Shared section of any Finder window. Tips When entering a URL, the name of the shared disk, volume, or directory you are attempting to connect to (share name) must be specified. Reply Chuck says: September 24, 2011 at 11:42 am For the longest time, however, sharing / mounting a Windows share on a Mac has been completely messy. So much troubles connecting our users to their network home folder (Windows Server 2012).
How do you have spotlight search / indexing set up in ExtremeZ-IP? This sucks. If they are using AFP there should not be a password pop up box. Mac File Sharing Not Working MacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products.
What about the .DS_Store files? Mac Connect To Windows Server This isn't a great solution, but it stopped me from wanting to pull out my hair or throw the iMacs out the window of a very tall building! I've checked DNS settings and the server resolves properly. Run in powershell ISE as administrator to copy paste into notepad for csv viewing.
This erro comes up if I use server.local or the IP address. View Public Profile Visit besson3c's homepage! Mac OS X uses SMB only over the TCP/IP protocol, not the NetBEUI protocol. At the time that this started happening I had changed the servers admin password. Connect To Server On Mac
don't know if this is the root of the problem, but some are thinking and saying it's related to which View mode is selected in Finder, which locks up files such as Reply sneakernet says: April 9, 2014 at 11:54 am On Mac OS 10.5, I dont have to check the “on” box next to the account for an SMB public share to Xserve, OS X Server Posted on Jul 3, 2013 7:04 AM Reply I have this question too Q: AFP not working but SMB does Xserve 10.6.8 Hide Question All replies Helpful You can share files with SSHfs and NFS.
Users are being prompted for local administrator credentials to move or rename their own folders. Mac Connect To Network Drive I use it all the time. Now you might still have an issue.
It was faster than SMB and very nice in UAT with only 4TB of data and smaller set of users, so hopefully they fix this problem soon." https://jamfnation.jamfsoftware.com/discussion.html?id=3589 1 This thread mentioned guest access on/off with SMB affecting shares and mapping to them. It was faster than SMB and very nice in UAT with only 4TB of data and smaller set of users, so hopefully they fix this problem soon." https://jamfnation.jamfsoftware.com/discussion.html?id=3589If you are in Smb Mac The easiest way to fix this is to setup an old computer as a WINS server for your local network and the OS X box can pull those wins values from
Maybe we will get some other nifty things as well. This is a drama, as most of our users are not local administrators of the machines. It was faster than SMB and very nice in UAT with only 4TB of data and smaller set of users, so hopefully they fix this problem soon." https://jamfnation.jamfsoftware.com/discussion.html?id=3589 0 share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply toronado455, Sep 19, 2013 toronado455 thread starter macrumors regular Joined: Apr 2, 2009 #2 Got this (sort of)
At the same time other users were able to see the contents of those folders, and affected users could also see the contents through SMB. You cannot type spaces as part of a share name when connecting. You can attempt to force a specific connection protocol (such as SMB or AFP)by using a valid URL. This could not be flagged.
Good suggestion! If there is, I've just been super unlucky in finding it. However, a successful ping does not mean the SMB service is also available or working from the other computer. all I did was take out "smb:" and was able to connect.
To test this, create a Windows user with the exact same name and password as your server admin account.