QUOTE (dave @ Jul 7 2009, 12:48 PM)
a very quick google search would have found your answer, this is one of the most common problems have
This is a security issue. Service OracleService<SID> runs by default under the internal account LocalSystem,which is not allowed to write to shared drives. You have to change OracleService<SID> to logon explicitly as a user with admin privileges.
In ControlPanel services:
=> right click on service => select properties => select logon => change user information to an ID with administrator privilege
dont be so lazy next time
I already changed it, but i still faced problem.
Then I reconfigured my Samba configuration as per Oracle Note on metalink. I succeded...