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1. Windows Interoperability (Overview)
2. Identity Mapping Administration (Tasks)
How to Disable the Samba Service
Configuring the SMB Server Operation Mode (Task Map)
How to Configure the SMB Server in Domain Mode
How to Configure the SMB Server in Workgroup Mode
Managing SMB Shares in This Release
Managing SMB Shares (Task Map)
How to Enable Cross-Protocol Locking
How to Create an SMB Share (zfs)
How to Enable Guest Access to an SMB Share
How to Enable Access-Based Enumeration for a Share
How to Modify SMB Share Properties (zfs)
How to Remove an SMB Share (zfs)
How to Create a Specific Autohome Share Rule
How to Restrict Client Host Access to an SMB Share (zfs)
Managing SMB Groups (Task Map)
How to Add a Member to an SMB Group
How to Remove a Member From an SMB Group
How to Modify SMB Group Properties
Enabling CATIA V4/V5 Character Translations
How to the Enable CATIA Interoperability Feature
Configuring SMB Printing (Task Map)
How to Enable the SMB Print Service
4. SMB Client Administration (Tasks)
This chapter provides instructions on how to configure the SMB server to run as a standalone server (workgroup mode) or in an existing Windows environment (domain mode). This chapter also describes how to manage SMB shares to be accessed by SMB clients.
Currently, the SMB service runs only in the global zone.
This chapter covers the following topics:
For a high-level overview of the SMB server configuration process, see Configuring the SMB Server - Process Overview.
Note - Common Internet File System (CIFS) is an enhanced version of the SMB protocol, which allows SMB clients to access files and resources from the SMB server. The terms CIFS and SMB can be considered interchangeable.
Up-to-date troubleshooting information is available on the Oracle Solaris SMB Service wiki.
For information about installing the SMB server packages, see Getting Started With the Oracle Solaris SMB Service wiki on the Oracle Solaris SMB Service wiki.