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[SOLVED] Remote folder (CIFS) - how does it work?

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Howdy!

 

I think the remote folder (CIFS) is a nice feature. But how is it done? Is it possible to implement such a feature in a "regular" debian/ubuntu installation?

 

Searched the net for similar topics but didn't find a suitable solution.

 

Thx :wink:

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Am I missing something? Isn't this just mounting an SMB/CIFS share? smbmount?

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Howdy!

 

I think the remote folder (CIFS) is a nice feature. But how is it done? Is it possible to implement such a feature in a "regular" debian/ubuntu installation?

 

Searched the net for similar topics but didn't find a suitable solution.

 

Thx :wink:

Of course. This is SAMBA lifelong.

 

But i thing cifs 2. Cifs 3 not yet.

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Ok, to explain it in more detail:

 

I use the RemoteFolder feature together with SMBV1 protocol for older CNC machines which run on Win CE 4.X. It's not possible to connect these machines to a modern network, otherwise you have to tear down your overall network security.

 

Edit: set up a debian 8 and managed it to connect the Win CE machines with a few settings for the smb.conf (NTLMV1, lanman auth, etc.) and a static entry in the fstab for automount.

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