I have a SUPERMICRO MBD-X10DRL-I currently in a regular tower with 10 HDDs, I would like to move it to a rack so I'm looking to buy a 16-bay chassis, preferably Supermicro or similar with a SAS2 Backplane.
Something like the Supermicro CSE-836.
I can pay for shipping as long as it's...
That was the issue! I had only granted the domain user "share" access(sharing tab), but no rights to the share(security tab in windows). I can mount the share in Linux with the non-domain admin account now. Thank you!
As a quick follow-up question, I assume the domain user still needs to have...
Not really an "open share", it's a share that requires username/password and has read-only permissions. I can get it to work when the account is in the domain admin group, but when I remove it from the domain admin group I can no longer access the share.
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I have a working Windows Server 2012 R2 Domain share that mounts in Linux, I can access the files and everything works properly just as I want it to.
However, this only works if the domain account that is used mount the share is a member of the Domain...