Check the computer name.
University-owned machines typically have names that start with UMN or end with. Click Finish at the bottom of the window. Find the network drive located in the Network locations section of This PC.
Click Search at the top of the charms menu. Type This PC Computer in earlier versions. Click Map network drive. Select Map network drive to enter Mapping wizard.
Not sure if your computer is University-owned? Right click on Computer.
Select Map network drive… to enter Mapping wizard. Find Go in the top menu bar.
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Submitting patches. Wiki contribution guide. Table of Contents Samba. Custom configuration surpassing the UCI configuration. Presuming you want to connect a USB hard disk to the device and then access its contents over the cifs protocol, you need to mount that drive first: usb-installing obtain basic support for the USB. Kernel module for the file system with which the partition, you want to grant access to with Samba, is formated.
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A folder called photos in the share called Data, and when I place things into the folder it comes up wi an error that I don't have permission to access this file, this file also is greyed out so I can't access it? Any ideas as to what I am doing wrong? Cheers, DanAddz. I have unlocked your original topic and merged the new one you created.
The links I gave you above are comprehensive and should have given you all the knowledge necessary to achieve your goal. You will need some of that knowledge to answer some of the questions I will have to ask in order to help you. DanAddz wrote: Any ideas as to what I am doing wrong? You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
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The good news is you are most of the way and it may be a simple thing to adjust your permissions so everything works. Is this correct? You successfully created a folder called "videos" on the server from your MAcBook Pro client but were unable to copy files into it. When you try to copy a file into the video folder on the Videos share you receive an error. If this is correct please include the exact text of the error in your next post. Please let me know the answers to the above questions.
DanAddz wrote: i have tried to create files within a share folder named data. Yes this is correct. I want to be able to let people connected to the nas see shared folders like Videos,Photos,Music etc and then later give them personal folders just for them etc. I am successfully able to create a folder called Videos within the share called Videos, i no confusing but im just testing, but am unable to copy files into this new folder without the mac giving me a error message saying that i dont have permission. I don't like repeating myself and I don't like doing the same work twice without good reason.
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If you made changes before you read my previous post you should have backed them out so I would not have to review your entire config from scratch. I will not do it a thrid time for this issue. Alright, you removed the 2Tb drive from the config and you changed the share name to "Video".