Should SMB service be running at startup?

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  1. knubbze

    knubbze Member

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    I recently reinstalled Solaris+nappit on my machine, and found that I have to log into the web interface and manually start the SMB server service after every boot - is this normal? Because I'm sure that with the previous installation (before I reinstalled everything), the SMB server was already running at startup, so I could access the SMB shares straight away without having to log into napp-it to start the SMB server service.
     
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  2. gea

    gea Well-Known Member

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    SMB should start automatically.
    Only on encrypted shares, you need to unlock them first.
     
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  3. brutalizer

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    The SMF system handles starting of processes. Google "SMF SMB".
     
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