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    Question help in SMB


    hi

    is there any option to set Maximum number of user connected to that particular directory share by SMB server.

    in short shall i able to know the maximum number of user connected and number of user access to that particular share directory share by smb.

    i have written C program to get the share information but i m not able to know the limit of user and number of user connected to that particular directory.

    is there any facility in smb.conf then plz suggest me.

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    Angry

    hey,
    don't crosspost ur topic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rohan_nakar
    hey,
    don't crosspost ur topic...
    Give it a break will you. You know exactly why this user cross posted. Let me remind you - this is the stupid post you made on the original thread:

    Quote Originally Posted by rohan_nakar
    Please post your topics at proper forums to get the proper help...

    u should've posted ur topic here...
    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/servers/

    and do mention ur system info, linux flavour, kernel version, etc...
    this will help us to answer ur question.
    Take a good long look at the posting times...

    The answer I gave on the first thread (some real help rather than a dig at a new forum member) can also be found there. Here's the link to the thread in "Redhat / Fedora Linux Help".
    Linux user #126863 - see http://linuxcounter.net/

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    needhelpinlinux: to make helping you less confusing, please continue your discussion in your other thread, and I'll lock this one.

    Thanks,

    ozar
    oz

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