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Old 11-04-2009, 11:41 AM   #1
laurens
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Samba share (NAS) with IIS 7.0 [Windows-alert ;)]


Hi all,

I have a problem using my Samba CH3NAS NAS device as storage for my websites in IIS 7.0, Windows Server 2008.
As a matter a fact my question implies a configuration in.... Windows Server.
I only have a webinterface to configure my NAS device. This allows me to create (unix) users and groups.
I guess it just starts the command 'adduser'.

Now, in IIS, when I access this device, it tries to access the NAS via COMPUTERNAME\IUSR and its password.
The problem is the 'COMPUTERNAME\'. In windows, I need to log in to this samba under only username & password.

FYI, the NAS is a conceptronic CH3NAS device, I'm running Win2008 Server R2.

Thanks a lot in advance

PS: I my post has to replaced to a 'Windows'-like category, feel free...
 
Old 11-04-2009, 02:36 PM   #2
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Hi all,

I have a problem using my Samba CH3NAS NAS device as storage for my websites in IIS 7.0, Windows Server 2008.
As a matter a fact my question implies a configuration in.... Windows Server.
I only have a webinterface to configure my NAS device. This allows me to create (unix) users and groups.
I guess it just starts the command 'adduser'.

Now, in IIS, when I access this device, it tries to access the NAS via COMPUTERNAME\IUSR and its password.
The problem is the 'COMPUTERNAME\'. In windows, I need to log in to this samba under only username & password.

FYI, the NAS is a conceptronic CH3NAS device, I'm running Win2008 Server R2.

Thanks a lot in advance

PS: I my post has to replaced to a 'Windows'-like category, feel free...
Well, it may run the 'adduser' command, but it's not really 'Linux'. Not meaning to sound nasty, but this is LinuxQuestions...not really the place to post a request for help with Windows. Mainly, because the focus here is Linux, so Windows knowledge may be lacking, and second, because that's not the focus of this forum.

Your question may get more exposure and help on a Microsoft/Windows forum..
 
Old 11-05-2009, 04:10 AM   #3
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