Error when trying to access a folder via samba

Hi Friends,

How are they?.. Excuse me if this problem does not go to who.

I'm trying to get access on a server folder via samba through a Windows Domain.
The server is virtualized via Oracle VM, and included on a virtualized domain next to others servers too.

When I put smb://X.X.X.X on other network locations, this instruction returned me a successful connection, but when i try to log in the folder, it's display this message:

"Failed to mount the Windows share : Invalid Argument".

I have tried some solutions.

I updated Zorin OS with apt update && apt upgrade with root privileges.

Then, I applied sudo apt-get install samba samba-common sssd-ad sssd-tools realmd adcli.

Then it was modified smb file on /etc/samba/smb.conf.

And I put this line "client min protocol = NT1" to enable SMB V1 and try to get on.
Then, I changed the workgroup to the proper domain but without success.

So, How can I solve this?, Any advice?

Excuse me, but I need to know the way to get into that server.

Thanks in advanced.


My topic is online 2 days ago.

Any Ideas for my request???


Please check the solution noted here:

We really need to narrow the error down in order to try seeking a solution.

I am the Weakest Link in regards to Samba - I have never even used it once in my life. :expressionless:

I don't use Samba, so I can't be a help either... :confused:

Ok Mister, thank you for your advice.
I will check if that link could me help on my request.


Don't worry.
I will continue searching for a exactly solution.


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