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I have already shared a folder inside my Windows 10 computer in this address 192.168.1.179/Toshiba. And I would like to connect my Raspberry pi 2 to that folder so I can access all my files inside my Raspberry . The IP Address of my Raspberry Pi 2 is 192.168.1.132.

I don't need a password to connect with Windows shared folder.

I tried to use this command inside Raspberry Pi 2:

sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.1.179/Toshiba mount-point

I already have a folder called mount-point inside my Raspberry Pi 2.

Error

mount error(13): Permission denied

I can access to that folder if I use smbclient, I just write

smbclient //192.168.1.179/Toshiba

And the terminal shows me

Enter ismael's password:
Domain=[SALÓN] OS=[Windows 10 Pro 10240] Server=[Windows 10 Pro 6.3]
smb: \> 

If I write dir or ls the prompt says me :

NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED listing \*
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I believe you need to specify the option -o username=your_username on windows

I believe it will prompt you for a password or you can specify it with the password=your_password

smclient is looking at the share which anyone can do but accessing the files on the share is limited to people who have an account.

  • Updated information. – Ismael Moral Sep 21 '15 at 18:56

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