How to view mapped drives

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gadgetguy681
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How to view mapped drives

Post by gadgetguy681 » 2018/10/08 14:47:42

I have something on my server trying to authenticate with an old password. I believe it is a mapped drive to a Windows machine. Is there a command to show all of the mapped drives so I can locate it? Also, once I find the connected share, how do I update the password for the account?

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Re: How to view mapped drives

Post by lightman47 » 2018/10/08 18:01:55

/etc/fstab is generally where drives get mapped. Perhaps checking there would help you. If, however, your local drive is mapped on the Windows machine, then perhaps the Win machine is the culprit.

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Re: How to view mapped drives

Post by Whoever » 2018/10/09 03:09:06

lightman47 wrote:
2018/10/08 18:01:55
/etc/fstab is generally where drives get mapped. Perhaps checking there would help you. If, however, your local drive is mapped on the Windows machine, then perhaps the Win machine is the culprit.

- no other ideas at the moment

Also the automounter.

Check the files l/etc/auto.*, starting with /etc/auto.master. If this machine uses NIS, then you need to check the yp maps also.

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Re: How to view mapped drives

Post by jlehtone » 2018/10/11 19:11:16

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findmnt
Shows both current mounts and mount-points that the automounter does manage.

There might be useful error messages in

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/var/log/messages

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Re: How to view mapped drives

Post by jscarville » 2018/10/15 20:06:03

If you are you trying to see what the server has exported.

For NFS

# exports

For samba

# smbstatus

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