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Attempting to move media from Windows 10 to Ubuntu folder on the same network. I created a share user name/password and can log into the server, but have no access to the folder from Windows.

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Well, I was able to finally access windows from Ubuntu, but not the other way around. I know the username and password are there, but maybe not associated with samba and the folder correctly.

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Edit with usershare output:

[{Plex}]
path=/media/aldimere/ef018901-2b4c-41f4-ba56-f17a751c0a3a/{Plex}
comment=
usershare_acl=Everyone:F,
guest_ok=y
  • Looked at the linked post for permission and everything looked to match up correctly. Ubuntu ---> Windows (Works) & Windows ---> Ubuntu (Still gives the no permission error on the shared folder. – Aldimere Jan 22 at 21:11
  • Edit your post one more time please and add the output of this command: net usershare info --long – Morbius1 Jan 24 at 18:51
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The system will block everyone except aldimere from getting to anything past /media/aldimere.

You can either mount the partition somewhere else like /media/ef018901-2b4c-41f4-ba56-f17a751c0a3a

Or you can edit /etc/samba/smb.conf and right under the workgroup = WORKGROUP line add this line:

force user = aldimere

Then restart smbd:

sudo service smbd restart
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