To map a drive or to connect to a share, you must have read access to the directory to which the share points.
If the Oracle Solaris SMB service is in domain mode, you must also be logged in to the domain.
To ensure that a user can connect to a share, do the following steps to check and modify permissions:
Log in to the system that is running the Oracle Solaris SMB service.
Obtain the user name and group name of the owner.
$ ls -l pathname
For example, the following output indicates that the share is a directory with 750 permissions. The owner is
rootand the group is
$ ls -ld /vol1/data drwxr-x--- 41 root sys 1024 Jan 2 23:19 /vol1/data
Determine the permissions necessary for the user to access the directory.
chmodcommand to change the permissions of the directory.