[SOLVED] can mount WinXP share but not Win7 share in fstab
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this gets mounted correctly and i can read/write the shared folder
at home i have a win7 box that i create a share on and use the exact same code in fstab, but it wont mount the share. i get something like permission denied or access denied
is there a difference in how winxp and win7 share folders? my usernames on the linux boxes match those of my windows boxes at each location. i have given my win accounts full access and control over the win shares.
am i missing something in linux? i wouldnt think so as it works with xp but not 7
ok made some changes to the lanmanworkstation settings in the win7 registry, specifically this
DWORD DomainCompatibilityMode = 1
DWORD DNSNameResolutionRequired = 0
not sure if it did anything though, still have the same problem with the fstab mounts
however i can do this
mount -t cifs //win7/temp$ /home/user/temp -o user=username
and it mounts fine but i dont have r/w access to it
thanks for the links, yeah been to the first two, but that last one helped. i dug a little deeper in the win7 security settings, advanced settings, effective permissions. it had my name already there, but i added it again and checked everything and changed my fstab to