No access to Samba share
I have a Suse Linux 10.1 installed, and samba is started.
A share /home/users is published in the network.
In Windows, I can SEE this share, but I have no access to it.
When I try to connect the share, I try it with the Linux user name and
password, but connect fails.
Is this due to the fact that Windows can not read the Linux filesystem?
How can I get access to the Linux shares?
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