Hi guys, I've reinstalled my debian file server - was running 4.0 and went for a clean 5.04 install.
Everything worked out well, system is running even more smoothly but I cannot connect to the shares.
I had backed up my smb.conf and put that one in place, the users are created + smbpasswd's are set.
Samba is running and yesterday (day of reinstall) I was able to connect without any problem but today I get a
<share> not accesible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact.....
An unexpected network error occurred
Smbstatus shows that there has been a connection, the username is listed in /etc/passwd and I entered the password once again but no difference.
At first, I thought there was a problem with file/directory permissions but I have restored the data with rsync so those permissions are like before.
I have read quite some about setting up/configuring Samba and I guess it must have something to do with credentials but no clue to where to look anymore.
Any help is highly appreciated!