I have set up SMB shares on my Raspberry Pi and connect to it via it's hostname
which is working correctly with my Windows 7 machine.
But the Windows 10 machine refuses to connect, telling that the user or password is incorrect.
However if I use the IP address of the raspberry Pi instead of it's hostname there is no problem connecting:
But it's cumbersome to
ping -4 raspberrypi every time, to find out it's IP address.
I remember having the same problem with a Windows 8.1 machine.
Is there something different in smb client of Windows 10 compared to Windows 7?
Can it be changed in the smb config?
SMB1.0/CIFS file sharing support (client) is enabled in Windows 10
[global] workgroup = workgroup server string = MY-SERVER security = user map to guest = Bad User username map = /etc/samba/smbusers guest ok = yes allow insecure wide links = yes unix extensions = no log level = 3 [to_password_protected_folder] path = /home/pi writeable = yes valid users = pi [shared] path = /home/shared writeable = yes force user = pi follow symlinks = yes