I recently switched to Manjaro from Linux Mint. I am not a Linux power user, its only been about 5 months since I switched full time to Linux. I have digged around the forum as much as i can and could not find an answer.
I am trying to connect to a public windows shared location in my office. It was quite simple in Linux Mint. I would just type "smb://srlkpub/pub/" in Nemo address bar, then it will prompt to enter my username and password and im in.
However I was trying to do the same in Manjaro and it kept saying my password is wrong. It switched back to Mint and tested the same credentials which worked without trouble. After close inspection i noticed the error message dolphin is giving. It says "Access denied to smb://ranjana@srlkpub/pub". It is adding the username to the url. I checked with my MIS folks who said the url is wrong when my username is in the middle like that. IS there a way I can stop Manjaro doing this? Or am I not understanding something?
A quick response is much appreciated. This issue could be a deal breaker for me and could force me back to Mint as my office workflow depends on flies shared in this server.
Thanks in Advance