Please call me stupid, but I do not get or see the point. I am running an AD on NS. Within that there are two users, thorsten and sonos. Both users belong to the group multimedia.
On my system there is a share. The share is owned by multimedia. Guest do have read access. Now I try to link the shares to my Sonos system. It works for the user thorsten, but it does not work for the user sonos. Yes, I check the password. The only difference is that thorsten belongs to much more groups and as a shell login. Also the password of user sonos is much easiers for test purposes (rules disabled).
Oh, by the way did I note: The user “sonos” WAS the user until mid of December, and it worked …
I really do not get this and it drives me crazy.
Thank for any hint and advice I may follow.
which works for thorsten but does not for sonos. Username thorsten or sonos alone does not work in at all. I will try the two other options:
\thorsten and \sonos as well as firstname.lastname@example.org
I can not really estimate when the problem occurred - I use sonos mainly for radio. Also, I am a full plex pass user which includes Tidal. My daughter does not listen to my music collection. She prefers some rather unimportant and interchangeable casted boy band instead of my “my ancient music collection”. By the way, I am the only one who thinks that Rolling Stones and Queen are timeless?