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Static file request from IIS to Samba share

Posted on 2014-01-07
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Hi,

I am trying to access the documents in a web site from a linux machine via samba share . I am able to open the Files with name and extension in capital letters but for other files, I am getting HTTP 404.0 error. Is this an issue with IIS or samba share configuration?

I really appreciate a solution.

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:AmitBAcharya
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Do you have dynamic content enable? What type of file is this?
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Files are of type word/pdf/excel/image... virtual directory configured in IIS 7 on windows server 2008 R2. I have not enabled dynamic content...
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Try enable dynamic content as suggested above.
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