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Posted on 2010-09-09
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Hi Experts,

I have connected to Solaris machine using XMING from my Windows vista. I have a Windows share having installable for Solaris. I need to copy these installable into Solaris and do the installation on Solaris.

Now that I could see the machine on Solaris using SMB network browsing. Unfortunately, if I open the windows share, it is displaying, "The Folder Content Could Not Be Displayed".

Please advice.
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Hi

You can use WinSCP to transfer the file from windows to Solaris.
http://winscp.net/eng/download.php

I hope that helps.
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