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Re: [OT] Is Samba client not following the protocol?



Deepak Shrestha wrote:
It's only left out of the way, not really hidden.  Windows even has
graphical tools to show you this stuff.  It seems, to me, that you're
coming into this with a false expectation.


Not really a false expectation. Its more of a curiosity about why
network browser in linux is showing the stuffs which are not even
needed by the user. I will accept that if my folder$ will show but
what about C$, D$, E$ so on an so forth which was not even shared from
windows machine?


They are shared, that's why Samba can see them.

They're administrative shares.
17:02 [summer sysadmin ~]$ smbclient -I 10.0.0.253 -U harris%zonker //coco/e$ -c dir Domain=[CLASS] OS=[Windows Server 2003 3790 Service Pack 1] Server=[Windows Server 2003 5.2] 672fc22bc1a11e3fd89e120e37f52f2c D 0 Wed Aug 22 13:01:21 2007
  backups                             D        0  Thu Apr 20 12:09:36 2006
  Intel10.2                           D        0  Thu Aug 23 15:21:16 2007
  MSOCache                          DHR        0  Fri Mar 31 15:36:21 2006
  RECYCLER                          DHS        0  Tue Jan 30 14:45:27 2007
  RemoteInstall                       D        0  Tue Mar 13 15:21:57 2007
  Shares                              D        0  Mon Jul 10 16:10:46 2006
  SIS Common Store                  DHS        0  Wed Nov 28 10:12:25 2007
  System Volume Information         DHS        0  Tue Aug 21 12:50:21 2007
  temp                                D        0  Sat Jan 27 11:37:56 2007
  w2k3Server                          D        0  Fri Mar 17 14:46:16 2006
  WSUS                                D        0  Mon Feb  5 16:46:55 2007

                48826 blocks of size 2097152. 36751 blocks available
17:02 [summer sysadmin ~]$



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