BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! edit: here are the explanation of these values from Microsoft http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../cc960646.aspx So their definition of option 4: "Clients use only NTLMv2 authentication, and they use NTLMv2 session security if the server The Anti-Santa: Dealing with the Naughty List I want to become a living god! I have had to add this to our new Windows 7 clients to enable them to access the NAS as it runs an older version of Samba that doesn't support the http://webinweb.net/windows-7/windows-7-unable-to-access-windows-2000-share.html
Reply With Quote 03-29-13,12:02 AM #14 cullam3n View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date Apr 2002 Location San Antonio, TX Are both the WIndows 2000 machines the same service pack? c627627(03-28-13) 03-28-13,11:08 PM #12 c627627 View Profile View Forum Posts c(π*199780) Senior Member Join Date Feb 2002 Location Kansas Thank you cullam3n for resolving this issue. The only issues I had with network sharing is that Win8 refused to resolve host names. What happen if anyone is not believing in God?
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Using NTLM is insecure from a security standpoint, so I would recommend trying to use NTLMv2 on all your machines. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here.
Scroll down to “New” then select “DWORD (32-bit) Value” The new item appears to the right of the folders you have been clicking on. Thursday, October 29, 2009 11:18 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote I have a problem. Toward the bottom of the first page of the link is: To start Make sure the username you are using has permissions. Windows 98 Connect To Network Share Last edited by c627627; 03-29-13 at 11:05 AM.
Home Premiun does not have the local security policy manager so you need to do it through your regedit command. Windows 7 Connect To Windows 2000 Share Even by using "other credentials" on the bottom of the login box I see the "access denied" even before typing in any credentials. When I access files shared in Windows 2000 with Windows 7, I have many problems, for exemple with Excel files, when I want to save the file, sometimes I get the The server is running Windows 2000 Professional (Workstation, not server) and I can't get the Windows 7 machine to connect to it.
Back to top #11 Sneakycyber Sneakycyber Network Engineer BC Advisor 5,958 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Ohio Local time:06:52 AM Posted 11 December 2013 - 01:59 AM That is definatly a possibility Logged in as another user, all ok but still could not access server files. Windows 2000 Cannot Access Shared Folder The only way I can see that is possible is that is somehow still sending a NTLM challenge and not a NTLMv2 challenge. Windows 2000 Shared Folder HeatWare Reply With Quote 03-29-13,09:36 AM #15 c627627 View Profile View Forum Posts c(π*199780) Senior Member Join Date Feb 2002 Location Kansas Thanks for the links, I will read them
Chad Mockensturm Systems and Network Administrator Certified CompTia Network +, A + Back to top #10 hedera hedera Members 82 posts OFFLINE Local time:03:52 AM Posted 11 December 2013 - check over here The time now is 06:52 AM. Thanks 0 Mace OP Jay6111 Mar 1, 2012 at 2:16 UTC Yes, and they will. I did that but still same error until I synch seconds on both to the same as well and now everything works. Access Windows 7 Share From Windows 98
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As I recall there's a setting in Windows 7 to allow compatibility with older versions of Windows, but in order to get this you have to lower the security requirements. Lmcompatibilitylevel Windows 10 And both the share permissions and the NTFS permissions definitely both grant permissions to either one of the 'cover all' security principles (such as Everyone or Authenticated Users) or explicitly have What's the difference between ls and la?
could be SMB 2.0 on the Win7 0 Message Author Comment by:renniscom ID: 348267572011-02-06 No, it is a shared folder located on a Windows Server 2000. 0 LVL 7 When option 4 (Refuse LM) is set on Win2K, interestingly, Windows 8 can access it when option 2 is set in Windows 8 registry, but Windows 8 strangely cannot access it You're basically dealing with an OS over 12 years old and was issued end of service and support by Microsoft in 2010. Lmcompatibilitylevel Windows 7 Back to top #6 hedera hedera Members 82 posts OFFLINE Local time:03:52 AM Posted 30 March 2013 - 04:42 PM I've been fighting this exact problem daily for 3 weeks,
I want to become a living god! Join Now I have a Network With SBS 2003 for Domain Control, a Windows Server 2000 as File Server and workstations with Windows XP and Windows 7. That fixed my problem at several locations. http://webinweb.net/windows-7/windows-7-unable-to-map-dfs-share.html Broken down: Windows 2000 - NTLM default, NTLMv2 supported Windows 7/8 - NTLMv2 default, NTLM supported Like I posted before, you should be able to force Windows 2000 to use NTLMv2
OSSEC Install and configure OSSEC as an intrusion detection system. Hmmmmmm, remember follow the money and the answer will come. Pete 0 LVL 6 Overall: Level 6 Windows 7 5 Windows Server 2003 1 Message Expert Comment by:CrowaX ID: 348356972011-02-07 Assuming you are using the domain admin account, have you Use PRTG to monitor LANs, servers, websites, applications and devices, bandwidth, virtual environments, remote systems, IoT, and many more.
How to tell scam taxis from legitimate ones in Bangkok? If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Loading several PCs with the same Image (WIndows 7) 6 27 13d And Windows 8 to Windows 2000 on that one worked just fine. You are still using NTLM on your WIn8 box if you are connecting to any other shares on any other computer on your network.
Change the Value data: from 0 to 1. They both had been able to connect the previous day (and another Windows7 computer did not have this problem). So here is the regedit way: Click Start - type in regedit at the search prompt - open regedit.