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how to transfer file using smb to windows server?

how can i transfer a schedule report to windows 2008/2012 server using remote transfer option.

what is the correct syntax for smb? are there any other option apart from this?

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Re: how to transfer file using smb to windows server?

Hey srikanthvamaraju:

the syntax is per the screenshot:remote1.JPG.jpg

The URL would have to be escaped for a password( see screenshot above).

If you did it that way, did you get a specific error?

Thanks

Tim

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Re: how to transfer file using smb to windows server?

i followed the syntax as above.

smb://domain/user:password@servername:445/E$/srm

i get the below error

servername:445/E$/srm/VMAX3 Udpolnam_2016-08-08_22h39.csv (smb) : org.apache.commons.vfs.FileSystemException: Could not determine if file "smb://domain/user:password@servername:445/E$/srm/VMAX3 Udpolnam_2016-08-08_22h39.csv" is writeable.

i replaced the actual server name with 'servername'. in password  replaced @ with %40.

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Re: how to transfer file using smb to windows server?

Hi srikanthvamaraju,

Have you tried changing the forward slash "/" to a back slash "\" between the domain and username ?

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Re: how to transfer file using smb to windows server?

yes i tried changing forward slash to back slash. still the issue persists.

is there any other way that i can schedule the report to windows server or NettApp share?

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Re: how to transfer file using smb to windows server?

Hi srikanthvamaraju,,

SRM doesn't look at what hardware the share is hosted on; could be a permissions issue on the share. You can always test the connection string with a utility like smbclient  (not currently available on the SRM vApp).

You may want to open a service request with EMC support (https://support.emc.com) in order to troubleshoot the issue in depth.

regards.

Isaka

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