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CIFS mount between AIX & WIN XP

Posted on 2014-03-03
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We are unable to mount CIFS Windows XP shared folder in AIX 6.1
Do we need to extra tool need to be installed in XP as the same thing working with us from Windows server 2008.
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According to the following, there appears to be nothing special you have to do in XP.

http://www.ehow.com/how_8571995_use-cifsmb-windows-xp.html

Are you sure you have the share/path and password correct.

What error do you get?
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