I want to access a folder on my new Ubuntu 12.10 box from any machine on my network without the need to provide credentials.
My machine name is Ubuntu1
I have a 2TB disk that formatted NTFS that has media on it
The mount point is mount1
I have numerous folders on the disk and I want to share each of them individually
I have enabled folder1 and folder2 for sharing
I have enabled shared access, Allow others to create and delete files in this folder and guest access is allowed.
The folder icon now has arrows so I assume all is good.
From windows I can see under network
When I click to open the folder from windows I get the error "You cannot access \Ubuntu1\folder1
You do not have permission to access \Ubuntu1\folder1
I have them both on the same workgroup.
Your assistance would be appreciated