There was, however, a very inconspicuous sentence describing the purpose of a nsmb. A quick look at man nsmb. One of those parameters was the minimum required authentication protocol, and lo and behold, NTLMv1 was among those.
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Using the Finder or sidebar in the Finder uses Bonjour to discover servers. So my hunch is there's something going on with Bonjour discovery When the connection fails is there something relevant in the system.
MacManager What would I look for in the log? I'm not seeing anything that looks relevant.
This article addresses an El Capitan (Mac OS ) Finder issue when trying In the 'Connect to Server' window, type: cifs://IP Address or afp://IP Address (ex. You might want to refer to Chapter 3, “Connecting Your Mac to a Network,” and Chapter 12, “Using El Capitan with Your iDevices,” for more.
Hmm, I changed the Computer Name and now it seems to be working again. Just curious.. Perhaps try Safe Boot hold Shift while starting up and then reboot again normally? As well as you will be able to enable or disable the credential.
When pressed on Advanced Sharing again the new window will pop up, so check share this folder option then press on Permissions. Step 3. If you want to add a specific user to have access on the shared folder so click on Add button. Search that particular user or group then hit the OK button.
Now I want to share this folder with everyone on my network.
If you select Change, the user only brings some changes, if you select Read. The user can only read the shared folder he or she cannot do anything else. For example, the user cannot edit the file or the user cannot copy or paste etc. When you are satisfied just press the OK button.
Note : If you have got any problem with sharing make sure that have turned on Network Discovery. Finally, you might see three options there.
Private, Guest or Public, All Networks. Select Private network because it is more secure rather than the public network.
Here you will share folder in your own network no one access until connect to your private network. Step 4. Now our work is finished on the Windows machine.
Go to your Mac operating system. At the center, click on Go then choose Connect to Server. Step 5. Connect to Server window will be shown to you so type there this command. Finally, click Connect. Scroll down until you get computer name. Now type ipconfig, it will show the IP address of your computer.
But here I prefer to use the computer name which PC. Step 6. As you can see the screenshot below you need to type the name with password.