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Old 06-26-2007, 06:05 AM   #1
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hide SAMBA shared folder in other user

Dear all,

My name is sasikumar, I have congigured samba server in fedora core 5

MY samba server name is Documents

I created 10 samba users and created 10 folder for each user

When I access the samab server Its displays all the folders shared in samba and when I want to access the partuclar folder its is asking for authentication and when I give the right credentials I am able toaccess but instead i would like to configure in a way it should show only the particular users folder who is trying to view the folder

Thanks in Advance,



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