Ubuntu share access problem

by MEDOLINO   Last Updated November 05, 2017 14:02 PM

I have fresh installed Ubuntu 17.04 with one SSD disk where system is installed and 5 SATA III disks with files on it. I Have installed samba server. If I share my documents folder (on Home map) I can full access from windows 10 ver 1709. But when I share with same credential folder on my SATA III disk, I can not access from windows 10. If I restart the PC, shares are set to zero. I must set share again.

So my question is, how can I share folder on my SATA disk permanently ans Have access from win 10 with full access?


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