windows 2003 server simple folder share not able to access smb share on win 10 and mac os sonoma

art quoyeser.com 0 Reputation points
2024-06-17T22:56:38.42+00:00

Came in this Monday and windows 2003 server had re-started (power loss) no longer can access folder shares on windows 10 and mac os sonoma through smb. Older windows computers (XP) are able to access as well as older macs (10.4.11 tiger).

Any help on resolving this issue would be greatly appreciated!

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  1. Miguel Gonçalves | AVANADE 961 Reputation points
    2024-06-17T23:01:00.0366667+00:00

    Hi art quoyeser.com

    MacOS Sonoma might be using newer SMB versions that are incompatible with Windows 2003 (which supports SMBv1).

    In win10 Press Windows key + R, type optionalfeatures.exe, and hit Enter. Scroll down to “SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support” and make sure the client option is enabled. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/win-10-cant-browse-folder-share-from-win-2003/f43d6ee9-12e8-4317-b1b2-b6ae1cfb54a6

    2003 is an outdated system, and it’s recommended to migrate to a more modern server version if possible.

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  2. Ian Xue (Shanghai Wicresoft Co., Ltd.) 33,951 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-06-20T03:39:35.9866667+00:00

    Hi Art,

    Thanks for your post. Based on my research, when you failed to access the file with SMB in Windows Server 2003, please make sure SMB 1.0 is enabled in your machine. Usually, it is not installed by default. You need to add the feature before you can access old shares.

    Best Regards,

    Ian Xue


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