The Samba-Bugzilla – Bug 8295
It' not possible to connect to non home shares
Last modified: 2011-07-08 08:42:48 UTC
Created attachment 6675 [details]
W7 error message
Hardware: x86 & x64
I'm using smb on FreeNAS 8 (v8.0.1. beta 3) and I'm having an issue connecting to the shares.
Here's my smb.conf: http://pastebin.com/yTyeZBpB
On the Windows 7 machines (i tried on several) I'm able to connect to the home directory share, but connecting to the share "test" will always give an error message (screenshot attached).
Connecting to the share "test" works fine with Ubuntu, PCBSD, OSX (10.4, 10.5, 10.6 & 10.7) and Windows XP.
On the W7 machines I tried:
- Enabling "LM and NTLM – use NTLMV2 session security if negotiated"
- Disabling require server side 128 bit encription
On the server the share has the same permissions and ownership as my home folder.
Here's the output in my smb log when i first try to connect from a W7 machine to the share "test":
At this point I'm being asked to enter my credentials (which are not the same username/pw of the Windows user account btw). I get the error message but after dismissing it i can see my home directory share.
That's what i get when i connect to the home directory share which works fine:
Then, when i try to connect to the share "test" again, i get this:
The main developer of FreeNAS 8, Josh Paetzel, said that there are several users reporting this issue bit it works fine with his W7-test machines.
Try without "vfs objects = zfsacl". There seems to be an issue with that. Maybe you did not enable NFSv4 acls in the kernel or filesystem?
yes, that's it! Removing "vfs objects = zfsacl" solves the problem!
Now I also understand the issue - it's a FreeNAS 8 issue. I'll comment the solution in their bugtracker.
Thank you so much, Volker!