Windows 11 can't connect to unRAID Share


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Having an odd issue, I've got 3 Win 10 Pro machines that are working fine.

And I have a Win 11 Pro notebook, that when I attempt to connect to a share on my unRaid system, says that the AD username/password is invalid.  I know the username/password is correct (triple checked it)

 

Verified that SMB 2/3 are enabled on the Win11 machine

On unRaid I have set in the SMB Extra's min protocol = SMB2

It's joined to my AD domain (the 3 Win10 Pro machines, are all AD joined, and map drives with no problem)

 

I'm just having issues with this one Win11 machine, anyone else having issues with Win 11?

 

Danilo

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I just set up Unraid but all my machines are windows 11.  I am getting the same messages but i know my information is correct.  i don't have AD but mine is telling me i don't have permission to use this resource. i have verified i have no open shares.

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1 hour ago, hlc387 said:

I just set up Unraid but all my machines are windows 11.  I am getting the same messages but i know my information is correct.  i don't have AD but mine is telling me i don't have permission to use this resource. i have verified i have no open shares.

Are the shares you want to access exported and public?  If the shares are public, the Windows way to access them is usually ./ as the username and just {enter} as the password.

 

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  • 3 weeks later...

I have the same issue. Share is exported and private - credentials are correct since on my W10 machine i can access as it should be

The strange thing is that it worked a couple of weeks/months and from one day to another not anymre

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Could your problem be related to this?

 

    https://forums.unraid.net/bug-reports/stable-releases/6103-intermittent-smb-issues-after-6102-upgrade-r2028/

 

There is a guide for setting Samba for use with Windows computers.  It seems to work well for those folks who are not using a AD setup.  You might want to read through it to see if you missed something when setting up the WIN11 computer.  (Disclosure: I have not upgraded to WIN11 yet...)   Here is the link to it:

 

       https://forums.unraid.net/topic/110580-security-is-not-a-dirty-word-unraid-windows-10-smb-setup/

 

Using a share security setting of 'Public' for a network is not really a good situation from a security standpoint.   'Secure' is a better option if 'guests' require access to files--- albeit, it is 'read-only' access.

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