I have configured a shared folder for SMB (I have created a shared folder from relative tab, set privileges for some users from the tab ( default POSIX permissions user: RW group:RW other RE, NO ACL), enabled SAMBA daemon and created a private shared folder in samba tab)
but I can't access to it from windows clients (i have tried with \\IP\share_folder) because the server replies with "wrong password". How can I resolve this problem? The only solution that i have found is to change permisions to other:RW but i don't think this is the correct solution (in a secure manner..)
did you use "set privileges" or ACL? As I understand it is easy to mess up SMB share using ACL. Privilegs is the preferred method.
I have been banging my head on a similar problem for few days.
I checked absolutely everything in and out....-user permission, ACL, privilige, shares, smb.conf... etc...
And finally for some reason I discovered that OMV seems NOT to add user to the Samba database - or I do not know how to do it!!!
But when I did
smbpasswd -a MyUser
So suddenly MyUser (being the name of your user) was able to access all shares... - use the same Unix password... just in case.
I did this for all my users and then bang everything worked.
it might help.
ps: I thought that adding the user to the group 'sambashare' was enough but apparently not....