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Old 10-15-2010, 05:27 PM   #16
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FIX FOUND: -o sec=ntlmv2

Since almost two years I have had this problem... today I took another shot doing some more googling. I found this thread:
... and believe it or not: there is one post mentioning that "-o sec=ntlmv2" might be important. That's all I needed! Now I can mount the share on my computer. If only the CIFS error messages would have been more helpful!
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Same Issue


I am also stuck at the same issue pls help.. can u share the link ,, as the link u shared is rply link not able to open that
Old 08-14-2019, 01:20 PM   #18
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I posted an answer here that may help with this problem. In lieu of sec=ntlmv2 you can try sec=ntlmssp for extended AD security on windows shares.


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