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# stop samba
# backup default smb.conf
cp /usr/syno/etc/smb.conf /usr/syno/etc/backup/smb.conf
# copy backup config file
cp /usr/syno/etc/bacup/smb.conf /usr/syno/etc/smb.conf
# restart samba
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Sakkerju wrote:I think this workaround is a way to solve this matter.
simply saving the smb.conf at shutdown and restoring it at startup...
Or maybe 'restarting' SMB AFTER startup....
jarvis wrote:So your tip might work if I run it manually every day, but I can't schedule it. Of course if I disable scheduled shutdown it would be fine probably.
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