No write permission on my mounted drive on windows 2003 domain server

Asked by Gunnar Tryggvason on 2011-04-14

I mounted drive on a 2003 windows server.:
//10.1.34.10/landupplysingar media/Landupplysingar cifs credentials=/etc/samba/nouser,iocharset=utf8,noexec 0 0, where nouser contains by domain login which is "no\gt" and my passwd. I added a user on my Ubuntu 10.04 laptop home computer (which I am trying to link to my network at work), which is exactly the same user & passwd I use at work. The mounting is ok, but I have no write permission on the drive.

How do I solve this one?

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2011-04-15

Please tell do you have you set your router/firewall to accept remote connection... (please don't do it on a public network)

I am connected directly with one port in my switch, to work. I use the same Internet provider as my employee, and he rented a separate phone line for that purpose. So when I start my computer ( Dual boot) as an UBUNTU 10.04 I have no write permission on my works data-storage.

Sorry i pushed the wrong button, i added answere as a commentt

tIs the file in the format:

username = no\gt
password = somepass

I assume 'no' is the nameof your domain.

You should also change:
media/Landupplysingar
to
/media/Landupplysingar

and make sure the folder /media/Landupplysingar exists by running:

sudo mkdir /media/Landupplysingar

HTH

Yes "no" is my domain. I changed what you suggested, but I still have no write permission, I can browse the mount and load files, but no writing permission?

Try changing:

credentials=/etc/samba/nouser,iocharset=utf8,noexec

to

credentials=/etc/samba/nouser,iocharset=utf8,noexec,rw,users

May help

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