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Reg:Kintana strcuk



earlier i used to connect the windows server through “Cygwin” and now am trying to connect it through "smbclinet" but whenever i tried to connect it and its getting struck.


Please guide us on this how to proceed.



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Anjaiah V

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Re: Reg:Kintana strcuk

Hi Anjahiah,


Are you seeing an error message? Please take screenshots and share more details.




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Re: Reg:Kintana strcuk



Thanks for the reply. Here is the screen shot. If i try to send file through script and it is transferring successfully but it’s not connecting when i try to change directory.




Execution Log for Batch 2531999 | Line 2 | Informatica XML Object - testw.txt | Package No.: 74334

sent command:
$ smbclient //hfmwindev107/kint-infa -A /home/vobadmin/infkint; echo KSC_EXIT_STATUS $?
received echo: smbclient //hfmwindev107.com/kint-infa -A /home/vobadmin/infkint; echo KSC_EXIT_STATUS $?
Domain=[] OS=[Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 7601 Service Pack 1] Server=[Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 6.1]


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