Question by  Mary85 (15)

How do I troubleshoot my mac smb client?

I need to troubleshoot my mac smb client.


Answer by  fiddlefaddle (883)

You should check your Samba logs to figure out what is went wrong. If there are no issues then you should try updating your client to the latest and stable version.


Answer by  Sabharish (1610)

SMB client can be troubleshoot by updating latest version of ASIP and then mapping the server volume as a network drive on the windows client


Answer by  edog (128)

Most of the time, restarting the program or service will solve the problem. If this does not work, you may try reinstalling the program. There might be other programs that might be interfering with the operation of the client, such as a firewall rule. If needed, it is best to consult a computer technician.


Answer by  XTC46 (394)

Troubleshooting SMB on a mac is tricky. The easiest method I have found is to use the security logs on the server you are trying to connect to.


Answer by  senthil34 (169)

got a 10. 1 (5G64) update CD, co I wiped my OS X partion,reinstalled 10. 0 and immediantly updated it to 10. 1. To get my smb/cifs shares back up, I reinstalled samba 2. 2. 1a from http://xamba. sourceforge. net. it installed find,but I am unable to connect. When running "top" from a terminal windows,i see that smbd is running, but nmbd is not.

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