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I seriously appreciate it. When I was checking the passwd file (in \etc), it didn't have my account name listed. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Making a directory structure for a web project Seeking mnemonic for the order of the Pesach Seder more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy http://webcomputerrepair.com/unable-to/unable-to-refresh-or-reset-pc-after-automatic-repair-fails-in-windows-10.html

On one of these three computers I was able to solve problem by deleting actual shares from net use table and establishing network drive with "different" credentials (in fact they are The photos are in the public share and all macihnes/accounts can see them. when i get some time, i'll need to google this more. I had been trying to figure this one out for a while!

Why was this unhelpful? Privacy statement  © 2017 Microsoft. This device is accessed by the XP clients with a shortcut on their desktop, which simply points to \\COPIERNAME\File_Share folder.

Quote Report Content Go to Page Top subzero79 Moderator Likes Received 524 Posts 6,050 4 Oct 29th 2014, 10:44pm A I forgot. Not sure which Webdav Client you are using? Browse to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\WebClient\Parameters key. Thank you in advance.

Browse other questions tagged windows windows-server-2003 windows-vista netlogon or ask your own question. when I try to connect (map) the network drive, a message comes up saying the user name or password was incorrect! Privacy statement  © 2017 Microsoft. what happens is that it simply says it's not accessible.

So following instructions at http://forum.soft32.com/linux/Samba-download-ftopict349212.html I did: rpm -qa | grep samba that responded: samba-common-2.2.3a-6 samba-client-2.2.3a-6 samba-2.2.3a-6 so I did: rpm -e samba-common-2.2.3a-6 rpm -e samba-client-2.2.3a-6 rpm -e samba-2.2.3a-6 rpm -ivh All user is using Ms Windows 7 professional 64-bit. If you have guest allowed disable it. Yes, working fine on all levels.  All the XP machines can access the device simply by entering \\COPIERNAME\File_Share in the Address bar of Windows Explorer.  It's only the Vista Business system that can't connect to it.5.

  1. My frustration knows no bounds here...
  2. Are you sure you're up to date with OMV?
  3. Click Network Click SMB Session Click SMB Session box In section called "SMB Signing of SMB Server", the default of "If client agrees, digital signature is done for communication" needs to
  4. Also for the record, I re-enabled SMB 2.0 like this: Command Prompt: sc config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb10/mrxsmb20/nsi sc config mrxsmb20 start= auto Again, note there's an extra " "
  5. I did the same procedure as above but with the shadow.lock file.  I deleted and recreated my account via the dashboard. I tried USERADD one more time and this time it failed
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Kind Regards, G "Jimmy Brush" wrote: > Hello, > > Please try the following steps ... and then set Network security: LAN Manager authentication level: Set to Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated. 2c. I am seriously considering blowing away Win7 Home Premium and going back to XP SP3. Be sure that your user name and password are correct" I know that they UN & PWD are fine, any thoughts on how i might overcome this issue?

Use only privileges. Get More Info http://community.wdc.com/t5/My-Book-Live/cannot-connect-to-private-share-from-Vista-explorer/m-p/267078 Tethra 2011-10-08 16:59:22 UTC #3 Hello, I tried these steps in that post and no luck. The mapping for BasicAuthLevel is as follow: 0 - Basic authentication disabled 1 - Basic authentication enabled for SSL shares only 2 or greater - Basic authentication enabled for SSL shares this will change the way Windows Vista > authenticates with other computers to the same setting that Windows XP uses. > > *** These steps change default security settings of Windows

The Vista machine used to work just fine, back when it was an XP machine. Can anyone help me with any ideas, beyond all the above? Have you worked through the earlier suggestions? http://webcomputerrepair.com/unable-to/unable-to-refresh-or-reset-pc-after-automatic-repair-fails-in-windows-8.html After this, neither Windows 7 nor Vista could access the share - they could see the server, but could not even display the shared directories, and did not ask for credentials.

What is the system of the server? http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/compatibility/Default.aspx Also try to search if there is any available device driver of the scanner for Windows Vista.  Arthur Xie - MSFT Friday, December 19, 2008 8:57 AM Reply | Quote Tuesday, August 07, 2012 7:05 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I am using Samba 3.0.25b and have the same problem on all new machines that came recently

I was unable to access samba shares from this windows 7 pc, even its own ones that were accessible from other computers.

It contains control characters as well as text, so I can't copy and paste it here - and anyway, I'm not sure if it would contain info that might compromise our Open Network security: Minimum session security for NTLM SSP based (including secure RPC) clients and uncheck the require 128 bit. Brian Quote Report Content Go to Page Top subzero79 Moderator Likes Received 524 Posts 6,050 2 Oct 29th 2014, 9:34pm Maybe you forgot to assign privileges to that share for that In addition, I have previously tried setting my Windows 7 account password to the same one used in the Linux box so that the account credentials are identical on both machines,

Logged lestatarTopic StarterRookie Experience: Experienced OS: Windows 7 Re: Unable to map Win7 drives from XP... « Reply #2 on: January 09, 2011, 12:17:09 AM » Hey durgadurga, thanks for that it didn't help to turn it off... If you want to reset those ACL and go back to default is with: chmod 775 -R /pathtotheshared/share/ chown root:users -R /pathtotheshared/share/ delete ACL's setfacl -bR /pathtotheshared/share/ And set privileges accordingly http://webcomputerrepair.com/unable-to/unable-to-share-printer.html I found a guide here, but I'm not sure if it is the one you are speaking of, that one looks like a blog from an OMV user.

and then set Network access: Sharing and security model for local accounts: Classic – local users authenticate as themselves. 2e. Sorry, i speak bad english. I think the setting must have been changed from a windows update. Can access fine from XP.

Tethra 2011-10-12 02:48:57 UTC #4 I think this is why access to my private shares is failing. Saturday, August 04, 2012 3:01 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote In the Local Group Policy Editor, go to: Local Computer Policy->Computer Configuration->Windows Settings->Security Settings->Local Policies->Security Options Find Just take a look at /etc/samba/smb.conf and look for valid users directive if there setup properly and you can see user2 there, then restart with: /etc/init.d/samba restart or enable disable in And I just tried this again, in case any of the other changes I have made might have got me past the log-jam, but no luck.

I should be enjoying my content now, not still trying to configure it.