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    Default Access Linux shared folder from Windows OS

    Hi,

    From wy web based Java application I need to copy a XML file from Windows OS to Linux OS in a shared folder.

    For that we had used sambha and had mounted the shared directory in Linux OS and now we can access the folder by a user id guest with password guest.

    Now from JSP web application how do I pass by default the user id and password so that when linux shared folder is acccessed it does not prompt for user id and password?

    Thanks..

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    Java Forum is pointing to refer Javaranch and Javaranch points to refer Java forum.

    I am missing something. Do let m know if you require more information.

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    The idea is to save anyone from spending time on your question if it has already been answered on another forum.

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