This is in regard to the security added in 361? Could someone explain to me why this was added and how it works? I did notice the GUEST and <blank> field in the SMB options....and just deleted GUEST. :chinscrat What can I use in these fields if I already set up the SMB share on Win7 for "everyone". White screen is a user issue, I read.
Two simple ways exist to fix this problem:
1: Check the file properties of that ISO file in the fileshare folder, and go into the "Security" tab of that dialog box. Here you use the "Add" button to add another user group to have access permissions set. And in the popup box for user selection you should then use the "Advanced" button, which opens yet another popup where you should use the "Find Now" button, to open a list of user groups where you should select "Everyone". Then you back out again using the OK buttons and don't forget the "Apply" button of the top level dialog box. (NB: This description is valid for WinXP. Other OS => other methods...)
I used this method a lot at first, when anonymous SMB logon was all we had...
2: The best method is to reconfigure OPL network settings to use your real user account on the PC for SMB logon, which gives OPL the same access rights that you would have when using the computer. So whatever access rights you had to create that ISO in the first place should also allow OPL to access it without any future problems. So this method solves it for all ISOs in one fell swoop...
Best regards: dlanor