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Network and Storage Protocols

How to list what hosts have which CIFS shares mounted?


I want to see what host(s) have a given CIFS share mounted. I tried using the cifs command but cloest thing I found was "cifs sessions" which doesn't show the share name, just a long list of active IP clients from what I gathered.




If you omit an argument you will only see a summary of the connected users. When providing a username, machine name or ip you will get specific information including open shares and files. With an * you will get this information for all the sessions.

But as already noted, you can also use the mmc to connect to the filer and show you the cifs usage.


You can use the Windows Management Console and connect to you filer, you can administer your filer from there just like you do with your Windows boxes.


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