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Posted on 2011-03-18
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Hi,

I was able to mount a windows drive on a linux server using:
 mount -t cifs -v '\\172.16.1.64/99' /99 -o username=xxxx,password=xxxx,ver=1,rw,uid=2,gid=2

For some reason after mount i only have red permission to the folder.

I need to be able to mount a folder from a 2003 server on two linux server and give them the ability to write to that folder so the app on the server can get to it.
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Question by:vburshteyn
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Check the sharing/security configuration on the windows server to make sure you have granted read/write to the user.
Check the security event log on the server.
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upanwar earned 500 total points
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Either check the permission of user for share in window box or mount your sahre with administrator user.

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