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check if there's an error code in the completed queue. Also it would be helpful to know what kind of operating system is on your computer since MAC and Windows 8 are not that easy through SMB. Check if you shared the file on your computer to full acces rights
For a MAC, I believe you need an SMB application. This is not free for mobiles, but I'm not sure on the MAC. SMB is a file sharing protocol that is standard for Windows file share and transfer. Apple has their own protocol that is exclusive Apple. The SMB interface app allows you to share files with a Win computer via local LAN. I do this with WiFi on my Android - PC. Really nice for quickly posting pics to net drive when you get home from outing. The Android mobile app on my LG Lucid that I use is Ghost Commander. It's a bit clunky, but once it's set up it's great for getting files from PC or posting pics-vids etc from smart phone. There are Apple SMB apps for iPhone, to do this, but the Android was free.so my LG won this personal use setup.
Here is what an 1102 error is and what some of the things to look for are.. hope it helps..
Error: User/Password or SharedName/FolderNameDomain name not entered as Domain UserInput User Name with one of the form "Domain\User", "Domain/User", "User@Domain"SMB) User Name/Password or Shared Name/Folder Name ErrorSpecify invalid User/Password (includes unspecified)Input correct User Name/PasswordSpecify the User who is not permitted for accessing to the folderInput correct User and Password
Check access limit for send destination folderSpecify invalid Shared NameInput correct Shared Name
(See the reference for the symbol which is possible to use for Shared Name)Host Name ErrorCheck if any prohibited letter (see the reference) for Host Name is included or notSCAN TO EMAIL(SCAN TO EMAIL)
User Name/Password ErrorUser ID for Authentication is not entered/entered wrong User ID
Wrong Password for Authentication is enteredInput User ID/Password which is used for Authentication from [Advanced] on Command Center correctly
([Login User Name] on [POP3] page or [SMTP] page)
It's actually related with SMB.
The shared folder on the server may be blocked by an open ghost connection.
A restart of the samba service may repair
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Is your firewall turned on your dell PC?
did you setup your mac for sharing with smb?
you can turn smb on by going to apple>system pref>sharing>file sharing> options and click the check box for share files and folders using SMB( windows)
You will have to connect them to the same network.
You also have to enable file sharing in system preferences on your mac. When enabling file sharing enable SMB sharing. You can choose there the folders to be shared.
When you go to the Connect to Server dialog, you may browse the names of computers that are on your local subnet.
can connect to a server via its IP address or DNS name. If it is
required or more convenient in your environment, you may also use other
valid URL formats, such as: smb://ServerName/ShareName smb://DOMAIN;User@ServerName/ShareName
The name of the "share" (the shared disk, volume, or directory) must be specified. You will not be prompted for it.
You cannot type spaces as part of the share name when connecting. In place of any space in the share name, type: %20 .
troubleshooting a connection issue, you can ping the IP address of the
Windows PC using the Mac OS X Network Utility application (in the
Utilities folder). A successful ping verifies a TCP/IP connection
between the two computers. This is an important first troubleshooting
step when there's no response or a timeout for a connection attempt,
since SMB connections involving a Mac require TCP/IP. However, a
successful ping does not mean the SMB service is also working or
troubleshooting an SMB connection issue, use Console, which is located
in the Utilities folder. These Console logs may help advanced users
identify an issue: private/var/log/samba, private/var/log/kernel.log,
system.log . Note that some log files only appear when logged into Mac
OS X with an administrator acccount.
If you are connecting
to Windows XP, make sure that the Internet Connection Firewall settings
are not interfering with your connection. SMB uses ports 137, 138,
139, and 445. These ports should be open on the Windows XP computer.
This may require "Advanced" configuration of the XP firewall.
you are connecting to a Windows SMB resource, check to see if the
firewall is blocking TCP ports 137, 138, 139 and 445. After trying the
above steps, you may perform advanced troubleshooting by inspecting log
entries in the Event Log of the Windows SMB resource (if you have access
to it), and/or the Mac OS X computer's relevant logs in the Console
application. If those steps do not help identify the issue, or you do
not want to perform advanced troubleshooting, than you should contact
your network administrator. It may be necessary to contact your network
administrator in some situations in order to grant access to your Mac
from the SMB resource, or its host network configuration.
Mac OS X uses SMB only over the TCP/IP protocol, not the NetBEUI protocol.
No signal? Do you mean it will not connect to your wireless?
If you mean you are trying to connect to a Windows XP PC then you need to connect to the computer and mount the share.
Go to top of screen there will be a drop down that says go, connect to server. If the computer is in the list connect to it if not then you have to type the address of the pc, eg. smb://computernamehere or you can use the ip then hit connect. You will need to input the name of the workgroup and the user name and password of that machine you are joining. Select the share name and hit okay, you should see the shortcut on your desktop.