SOLVED Login whit inexistent user

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My freenas works fine but i've a question.
When i go to the shared folder of my nas, windows ask for username and password.
If i put an exists username and a wrong password it tells me error but if i put a random username (that does not exist) and a random password it let me login letting me see all the folders.
How can i fix this? I don't want that random people can see all the folders
 

Seymour Butt

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Well, if you've accepted all the defaults, everyone will have read access. The following video is worth studying FreeNAS and Samba (CIFS) permissions. Have a look through the SMB sharing section of the FreeNAS guide as well https://www.ixsystems.com/documentation/freenas/11.2/sharing.html#windows-smb-shares.

It will also be helpful to forum members if you add your FreeNAS hardware, software and pool configuration to your signature block. Having a context makes it easier to provide you with assistance.
 
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Resolved. In a subfolder there was a folder whit: "allow guest access" ticked.
Can i hide folders where i'm not allow to access?

Ty for your interest
 
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