We've recently had a new system put in place in my workplace that uses virtual servers. Since this has been implemented our SMB scanning has stoped working. I think the reason for this is that the c250 asks for a server name and a share to function correctly but our virtual server environment only works on full unc paths and doesnt use shares
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Re: SMB Scanning - Virtual Server envirnoment
A quick fix for that would be to enter the fix IP adress instead of the host name, or to check if the host name on the SMB server is correct, and reboot the SMB server.
A good help is to do that from another PC to check if that works:
ping the IP adress
try to connect to smb://IP_adress_or_hostname
If that works on the PC, there's no reason that it shouldn't work for the scan
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I prefer another box running NT Server, to be honest. But personally I would go with Microsoft Virtual Server. Ive found that one to be more stable in a server environment. My one experience with VMWare on a server was very blue and crashy.