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SMB settings error.

I'm the network admin. Albeit not very qualified.. My printer ends in .22, server in .10.

I set it up so the host is the .10 IP, and the file path is \\Sbssvr1\Scans\SCANS Does it need to be input this way? and Do I still need to imput my username and pass to the server to allow the file transfer?

On the machine, the destination reads as, 192.168.1.10\\Sbssvr1\Scans\SCANS

Is this correct? should it read differently? Or am I just stupid and forgetting the password...

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  • Anonymous May 28, 2008

    what if the problem is "job is improperly done... please check the log?"

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Hi if u scanning to the server and the OS u have server 2003 u ned to allowed the regestry to allow the digital communication

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Server: Sbssvr1
folder: Scans
try no slashes if your link on pc looks like this
\\Sbssvr1\SCANS

server: Sbssvr1
folder: scans\SCANS
try 1 slash if your link on pc looks like this
\\Sbssvr1\scans\SCANS

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Check the job log to see exactly what type of error you are getting.

Such as "unable to find folder" "log in error" or "server not responding" This will indicate which setting is incorrect.

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If i remember right, the settings should be:
server: 192.168.1.10 / or server name
folder: Sbssvr1\Scans\SCANS
and if still not working, try give some user name and pwd, some networks require this.

Posted on May 11, 2008

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