Is 'active (exited) Since <date> 2 minutes ago' a correct status for SAMBA?

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    • Is 'active (exited) Since <date> 2 minutes ago' a correct status for SAMBA?

      Hey, I think I need help with samba.
      I just set up a openmediavault distro. 32 bit version, because my hardware does not support 64 bit.
      It's in my old PC, I can ping it from windows PC, I can ping windows PC from that.
      I can access it trough HTTP (port 80), the web panel.
      I can also connect to it by SFTP, upload and download files.
      I have created a Share folder, enabled SMB.
      But.... I can't connect to network drive from Windows (Windows 10) directly, I can't map it, it is not visible in Network at all...
      Workgroup is the same in settings.
      I can't even access it by typing IP/share name directly in Windows explorer.
      I started suspecting that it might be a Samba issue, because Windows 10 firewall is off.
      I typed systemctl status smbd to check the samba status and got that:

      Source Code

      1. smbd.service - LSB: start SMB/CIFS deamon (smbd)
      2. Loaded: loaded (/etc/init.d/smbd)
      3. Active: active (exited) since Sun 2019-09-29 11:43:21 EDT: 2min 48s ag
      4. o Process: 80B ExecStart=/etc/init.d/smbd start (code=exited,status=0/SUCCESS)
      So, is this a correct status for Samba?
      Is something wrong with my Samba? Or why can't I connect to it?

      PS: I am using windows shares with QNAP NAS without any problems with the same PC for years, I only can't connect to my new machine with openmediavault