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Samba on CentOS restrict access to folder after reboot

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My samba server was up and working , but after I rebooted my Centos and cannot access my Samba folder but I can see them. My config have not changed.
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Are you saying you can't access the files from the OS, or via the Samba share from another computer that connects to Samba?

If the problem is from the host OS, then it is a Linux permission issue on the files or folders.

If the problem is from another computer that connects to Samba, then the problem is within smb.conf.
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I looks like something did not start up after reboot. The sharing was set up as open folder with access to everone.
I am using the same computer as before.
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It was permission issue.
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