On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 2:19 PM, Jeff Sadino wrote: [snip] > However, we also have a CentOS 4 64bit "pseudo-server" machine. When I try > to map the folders on this CentOS machine using an fstab entry like this: > //10.1.1.17/USERS/Jeff /mnt/Jeff cifs > rw,username=cluster,password=mrilab 0 0 > It maps the USERS folder to /mnt/Jeff. I can cd into Users and then cd into > Jeff, but I want to be able to go straight into Jeff and not have access to > the rest of the user folders. I just upgraded my samba from 3.0.25 to > 3.0.33 and have not restarted. A wild guess - try using smbfs instead of cifs for the mount type. -- Enjoy global warming while it lasts.