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HELP! Windows 2000 Domain and Windows 7 Accessing Shares

Q: HELP! Windows 2000 Domain and Windows 7 Accessing Shares

All I have a windows server that controls my windows domain I know I know I'm using old technology I have XP workstations that access network drives on the windows server Now I put my first Win Pro workstation on my network but I didn't join it to the windows domain I just want the win workstation to be able to map a drive from the 2000 Shares HELP! Accessing 7 Windows Windows and Domain windows server I've tried everything I mean everything net use z windows svr share USER user domainname net use z windows svr share USER domainname user Neither worked I also tried this Click start Type regedit Press enter In the left expand these folders HKEY LOCAL MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet Control HELP! Windows 2000 Domain and Windows 7 Accessing Shares In the left click on HELP! Windows 2000 Domain and Windows 7 Accessing Shares the folder named Lsa In the right double-click quot LmCompatibilityLevel quot Type the number and press enter Restart your computer Click Start Click Control Panel Click System and Maintenance Click Administrative Tools Double-Click Local Security Policy In the left pane click the triangle next to Local Policy In the left pane click Security Options In the right pane near the bottom double-click quot Network security LAN manager authentication level quot Click the drop-down box and click quot Send LM amp NTLM - use NTLMv session security if negotiated quot Click OK NONE OF THIS WORKED CAN ANYONE HELP ME

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A: HELP! Windows 2000 Domain and Windows 7 Accessing Shares

Quote: Originally Posted by sekondborn


All....
I have a windows 2000 server that controls my windows domain (I know, I know, I'm using old technology). I have 4 XP workstations that access network drives on the windows 2000 server. Now I put my first Win7 Pro workstation on my network, but I didn't join it to the windows domain. I just want the win7 workstation to be able to map a drive from the windows 2000 server.
I've tried everything! I mean, everything!

net use z: \\windows2000svr\share /USER:[email protected]
net use z: \\windows2000svr\share /USER:domainname\user

Neither worked...
I also tried this...

Click start
Type: regedit
Press enter
In the left, expand these folders: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\
In the left, click on the folder named: Lsa
In the right, double-click "LmCompatibilityLevel"
Type the number 1 and press enter
Restart your computer
Click Start
Click Control Panel
Click System and Maintenance
Click Administrative Tools
Double-Click Local Security Policy
In the left pane, click the triangle next to Local Policy
In the left pane, click Security Options
In the right pane near the bottom, double-click "Network security: LAN manager authentication level"
Click the drop-down box, and click "Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated"
Click OK

NONE OF THIS WORKED!

CAN ANYONE HELP ME!!!


Try using the settings outlined in the link below. The settings listed have been working to allow access into older servers from Windows 7 and 8 machines.

Solved W2K3 Server can access W8 W8 computer cant see W2K server

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A:Win7 Accessing Shares on Windows 2000 Server Advanced Edition

HI

Instead of using commands from the prompt which you would have put in a login script in xp.
Can you just open windows and then see if you are able to connect directly by using \\servername\share-name.
If it prompts you with a window for a username and password then do this
1. put the username as domain\username
2. if 1 doesnt work try ipaddress\username
3. if both dont work then lookup the error code in eventviewer.

Let us know how it goes
 

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A:Windows 2000 Domain--Tracking users and which files they are accessing?

I did find an auditing feature under the folder properties.

You right click the folder that you want to monitor and select properties, security, advanced, auditing, then add the user that you wish to monitor.

The results are listed in event viewer, under the security section.

I guess this does accomplish what I am asking, but it seems very tedious.

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A:Accessing XP file shares from Windows 7

Which is strange because I set up file sharing with my old XP machines countless times, even before Windows 7 was in the final build and it always worked perfectly for me.

I only needed to make sure they were using the same workgroup name then I ran the XP network connection wizard on the XP machines and went through the permission settings for the folders I wanted to share and all done. Sometimes you need to disable simple file sharing on XP pro machines but it looks like you have already tried that.

I think it's important to point out that just about any type of A/V software or third party firewalls can and will cause problems with sharing. You will either need to reconfigure the third party firewall or disable or even uninstall completely which ever A/V or third party firewall you are using. Don't blame me I'm just passing along the facts...

If it's just a set up problem the links below should be helpful.
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A:windows 7 home cant access domain shares

Quote:




...joining the laptop to a workgroup same as domain name...




If I understand you correctly, there's your problem. Your laptop is joined to a workgroup, not a domain. That's a different thing altogether. You must join the laptop to the domain which has the shares you want to access.

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A:Windows 7 registered to a Domain can not acees shares on XP at home

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A:Ask users for login/pass to access network shares in Windows 2000?

I believe the NET command in XP/2k permits passing a username/login.

Also, when mapping a network drive to a network share, you have the option of putting in a user/pass.
 

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A:{Advice Offered} - Accessing Windows 2000 Server from Windows NT.

Anewbie,

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A:Windows 2000 Domain

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A:Cannot add computers to Windows 2000 domain?

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A:Windows 2000 server in NT Domain

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A:Windows 2000 user joins new domain

Greetings

Try set him up with a roaming profile.

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A:Join Vista Business to Windows 2000 Domain

Are you making this entry in the "Workgroup" or the "Domain" box?

Also is there another computer for this user already on the network with the same user name?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/join-vista-business-to-windows-2000-domain.675470/
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A:Moving Domain User Files from Windows 2000 to XP

Hi Bishop,

Can you check the following registry entries :

HKLM/SOFTWARE/MICROSOFT/CURRENTVERSION/EXPLORER/DOCFOLDERPATHS

There should be the path My Documents references to.

Remember to take backups before changing anything in the registry.

Kind regards,

Stumpy

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http://xforce.iss.net/static/6745.php

 

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A:Domain shares?

Have you tried Set the Minimum session security for NTLM SSP
Disable Require 128-bit encryption

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/130129-domain-shares.html
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A:Accessing default shares

Originally Posted by WebMaximus


I have two Windows 10 PCs on the same home network and I can't access the default shares on either one of them, I keep getting 'Access denied'. Any ideas?



When you shared the folders, did you then go to the security tab to allow users?

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A:Error accessing NAS shares

  
Quote: Originally Posted by TomTieDom


Hello,

I have a DLink DNS-323 NAS device and since I have upgraded my laptop to Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit I have problems accessing shares.

I am able to map a drive (both manually as via Explorer), but when I try to access the mapped drive I get an error "An unexpected network error occurred". See below an example from the commandline

This happens in all situations:
- When a username and password are required for the share. It does not matter whether the username and password are the same as a user on the laptop or a different one
- When access to the share is open for "ALL"
- Connecting via wireless and cable
- Addressing the devide by IP address, hostname and fully qualified hostname.

From another laptop with Windows XP PRO I still have access like I used to.

C:\>net use z: \\192.168.100.102\Docs /user:xxxxx
The command completed successfully.

C:\>z:
An unexpected network error occurred.

Please Help!



I suspect you are using "homegroup" for your networking. Homegroup is for win 7 only networks. Since yoou have XP on the network youo should be using "workgroup" for networking. there is a tutorial for leaving homegroup here. Homegroup - Leave
ken

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A:Accessing administrative shares

Type the name of the computer you want to access and then the user name as shown here: a\admin
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A:User Shares on NT4 Domain

try this in user manerger
path sould look something like this : \\servername\share\%name%

let me know if this helps
rodman
 

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A:Win 7 problems accessing shares on Win XP using computer name

Sometimes when it comes to Windows 7, It and XP doesn't get along to well. With XP no longer being sold, and a kill virus going around for it, some extras security measures have been in put in place in the updates since there is still a bit on XP code on the 7's side. Now, if your desktop computer has FTP Access set up, than it makes sense one can access it via the IP Address.

Let me ask this, did you use a workgroup at all?? If so, did you make any changes to it recently?

Can also try this:





Quote:
If the Windows XP machine shares out the file without a user ID/password requirement (i.e. simple file sharing), you will need to turn off password sharing on the Vista/7 machine:

To turn off Password Protected Sharing:
===============
1. Click Start, enter "Network and Sharing Center" in the Start Search box .
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A:Accessing shares without navigation pane

Maybe you can have additional letters! Have you tried adding any additional language(s) to your system, which could provide you with additional letters?

Also, just a thought. . . but are you able to utilize any of the symbols or characters from the Character Map as drive letters?

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A:Cannot access the shares from workgroup to domain

Not sure on Linux, but a windows domain server can be accessed by using what is called pass-through authentication" without actually joining the domain, I have seen this done for Windows XP Home on a Windows Domain network.

I would be willing to bet the laptop user account has to be entered into the Linux server, would require a the server admin to do this.

I bet you would get a more informed answer on the Linux forum

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A:Password error when accessing remote shares

We cant help you reset passwords. Ask your network admin, im sure he would be more than happy to help you with this problem.

Close thread please, mods.

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A:Homegroup problem - accessing shares asks for credentials

The username needs to be entered as computername\username

Check the credential popup. It probably shows the Domain as YOUR computername.

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A:Network Error 0x80070035 - Win7 64 accessing its OWN shares

Hi,

Are you using Norton Firewall by any chance? Were you using that on your older 32 bit system too?

Regards,
Golden

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A:{Resolved} - Windows 2000 "Domain not found"

Greetings

Um... is she on a domain? Connection to an NT server? With an NT server domain account?

If not, then you can not create a domain using W2K Professional. If she is just trying to connect to your machine, and your machine is not an NT (or Netware) server, that you must do so in a workgroup enviroment.

Cheers

------------------
Reuel Miller
Windows NT Moderator (yes, that does make me biased )

[email protected]

Every morning is the dawn of a new error...
 

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A:Windows XP losing access to Windows 7 shares overnight

I have no resolution for this yet! Can anyone help?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-xp-losing-access-to-windows-7-shares-overnight.897649/
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A:Vista -> 2000 Network Shares

Same issue here, there’s not remember me option for password protected network shares in Vista, works fine on XP
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/vista-2000-network-shares.552948/
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A:Cannot join Windows 7 to domain even after setting DNS to domain controller IP

Hi,
You need flush your DNS cache in client side first.
Then, let?s create the following registry value for a try:
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanManWorkstation\Parameters
 
 - Created a DWORD DomainCompatibilityMode = 1
 - Created a DWORD DNSNameResolutionRequired = 0
Reboot the machine and check the result again.Alex Zhao
TechNet Community Support

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A:2000 pro PC cannot logon to 2000 advanced server domain.

Does the server has a static IP address? try setting the server's IP address as the clints DNS server (you just input the IP address of the server in the clients DNS server address in the network properties).
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/2000-pro-pc-cannot-logon-to-2000-advanced-server-domain.286340/
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A:Accessing Domain Network

Yes that is true. You cannot add Windows XP Home machines to a domain.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/accessing-domain-network-136406.html
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Am I overlooking something? Many thanks!

A:Accessing internet from domain

  
Quote: Originally Posted by jef231


Using Win 7 Pro on Dell Latitude D630. I joined my domain and completed all
Windows updates. I can access internet as long as I am logged in as administrator,
but when logging into the domain as any other user, IE9 remains when blank.
I have switched from a static ip address, to a received DHCP address but to no avail.
Am I overlooking something? Many thanks!


This may be due to the Domain's GPO settings which can be used to prevent anyone with a non admin account any access to the network.

The obvious solution is to add the new User to the Admin group by going to Computer Management>System Tools , then add the new User to the Admin group.

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A:windows cannot connect to the domain, either because the domain controller is down...

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-cannot-connect-to-the-domain-either-because-the-domain-controller-is-down.1029934/
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Cory
 

A:How to make the administrative shares on NT and 2000 stay for a lot of computers?

No one knows?!?!?!?

Cory
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/how-to-make-the-administrative-shares-on-nt-and-2000-stay-for-a-lot-of-computers.186827/
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A:accessing NT 4 server in a 2003 Domain

Try demoting the NT4 server so it is no longer a DC and integrating it through DNS into your network.

Because your NT4 server is PDC, there is alot to do in order to keep the NT4 server as a DC and integrate it into a Server 2003 Schema AD network.
It is really not worth doing to be honest! Your NT4 server should run fine as a server, but not as a DC within your Server 2003 environment.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/accessing-nt-4-server-in-a-2003-domain.79373/
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Hope my explanation make sense to you guyz.

Thank in advance
 

A:Prevening domain user from accessing Computer

Lots to be considered. Joining a domain is intended to give the company admin configuration control of all the company users.
This is normal, expected and even proper for the company to do this.




restrict domain account userClick to expand...

hmm; only the company admin should be able to do this and almost always it is done using some scripts, NOT by loggin into your PC. So - - who is accessing your PC remotely, the admin - - how do you know this occurs?

PCs joined to a domain usually get a replacement for PC Login - - the network form and that creates a link to the domain controller.
 

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A:Administrator privileges required for accessing domain

Note to Forum administrator. I would like to close this thread and move it to the Other Software thread instead. Can you do this for me.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/administrator-privileges-required-for-accessing-domain.645277/
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The Windows XP firewall running with "No exceptions" should stop everyone. If by "anyone" you meant selected people accessing but others not there probably is no way. It's probably XP Pro, so file permissions could be used to restrict file read or write access to only those who know the permitted username(s)/password(s).

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/denying-certain-domain-users-from-accessing-a-computer.915357/
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A:Can't connect to Windows 8 shares with Windows 7

Where was this share located? A network share should not affect your user account unless you explicitly restricted yourself from it

You should be able to reset your password online - Microsoft Account Password - Change or Reset in Windows 8

Josh

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A:[SOLVED] Shares between Windows 7 &amp; Windows XP

Hi, this article may help: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/w...ons-of-Windows

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A:Windows XP Shares

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default is 10
this may be tweakable I don't know
I know you can increase the connections
or did you mean OS user's
 

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Basically right now, my permissions are set for
Everyone read/write
Guest read/write
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I have attached dumps, if someone could please advise what else i can try as i have already updated all network drivers, vpn software, 3g modem drivers etc

Any help will be much appreciated

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A:BSOD when accessing network or network shares via Wireless

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Metalmilitia


Hi everyone

We have purchased 2 new HP Elitebooks and both are getting these bluescreens when accessing the network over wireless. I am assuming it has to do with the wireless cards or their drivers but this has now occured even when using just the 3G modem and VPN client

I have attached dumps, if someone could please advise what else i can try as i have already updated all network drivers, vpn software, 3g modem drivers etc

Any help will be much appreciated

Regards




No DMP files included in upload please try this method
We do need the DMP file as it contains the only record of the sequence of events leading up to the crash, what drivers were loaded, and what was responsible.

You may be able to get the DMP files without crashing by booting into safe mode (F8) with networking.

To enable us to assist you with your computer's BSOD symptoms, upload the contents of your "\Windows\Minidump" folder.

The procedure:

* Copy the contents of \Windows\Minidump to another (temporary) location somewhere on your machine.
* Zip up the copy.
* Attach the ZIP archive to your post using the "paperclip" (file attachments) button.
*If the files are too large please upload them to a file sharing service like "Rapidshare" and put a link to them in your reply.
To ensure minidumps are enabled:

* Go to Start, in the Search Box type: sysdm.cpl, press Enter.
* Under the Advanced tab, click on the Startup and Recovery Settings... button.
* Ensure that Automatically restart is unchecked.
* Under the Write Debugging Information header select Small memory dump (256 kB) in the dropdown box (the 256kb varies).
* Ensure that the Small Dump Directory is listed as %systemroot%\Minidump.
* OK your way out.
* Reboot if changes have been made.

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A:Domain User Sees Server Shares under "Other"

You created his user account? after you had him for about 5 years? in a domain?

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Basically right now, my permissions are set for
Everyone read/write
Guest read/write
But when I try to add a "network path to share with" like specific stations IE;
\\Computername\Windowsname
It doesn't work.
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Any additional information would be invaluable.
-Sandra
 

A:windows 7 shares / permissions

Windows doesn't differentiate security and permissions based on connection type, so you can't prevent access via a wireless network connection. Is the network a domain or a workgroup? Are the "bunch of people" using different computers or different accounts on that one computer?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-7-shares-permissions.888713/
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A:Administrative Shares in Windows XP Pro

Are you using Simple File Sharing?

Here's a link that should help: http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/xp/filesharing.htm
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/administrative-shares-in-windows-xp-pro.109895/
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I can get as far as seeing the shares accessible:


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A:Odd problem with NFS shares under Windows

Hi Cene, and welcome to TSF.

Have a look in event viewer...... Click start, right click my computer, select manage, click event viewer in the left pane. Have a look in the different sections there for anything that corresponds with the time of the last hang/reboot.

Post back results.

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A:Windows 8 Network Shares

Was Windows 7 a 64-bit or 32-bit version? (on the upgraded desktop)

My guess is a leftover setting is clogging up the works. I don't use the Microsoft Account with the sync settings & all, but if a solution continues to refuse to show up, I can take a look around the TechNet literature.
. . . Gary

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f320/windows-8-network-shares-686065.html
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My Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit OS is not seeing anything uner the 'Network' tab in Windows Explorer.

I have set up a 'work' network at home with two xp machines.

The W7 macnine has a network connection,
all computers are on the same workgroup,
Network Discovery is on,
file sharing is enabled.

My xp machines can see shared folders and access files on my W7 machine so I know it is on the network, but the W7 machine sees nothing under 'Network', not even itself.

Any help is appreciated.
Joe

A:Windows 7 - no 'Network' shares

First make sure that network discovery is enabled on the Win 7 machine under Advanced Sharing settings, picture below.

It also helps to run the network set up Wizard on the XP machines after you create the Workgroup on the Win 7 machine. Be sure and enable sharing on the XP machines during the set up process.

This tutorial might help.
Networking home computers running different versions of Windows

These settings need to be like in the picture.

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/53982-windows-7-no-network-shares.html
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I have several machines all running Win RC and one WHS aka Win All of the machines worked together fine except for one Win machine that had trouble accessing network shares XP/2003 can't Windows see 7 resources I set up a virtual XP machine on one of the other working Win machines for testing purposes -- sure enough same issue connecting to it as connecting to WHS I figured if it affected XP then it would affect tons of real-world users so that's what I searched the web for as I tried solution after solution As you can imagine many hits pointed me to this forum where I found many good ideas to try -- but even here there were many many threads left unresolved including my poor machine Symptoms - all connections TO the affected Win machine worked as expected - the affected machine worked fine to amp from all other Win machines - could see the XP machines in Explorer - could Windows 7 can't see XP/2003 shares resolve XP host names - could NOT enumerate xpbox nor access XP resources xpbox share xpbox printer despite matching accounts I'd always get a login dialog and no matter what I typed there I'd get quot access Windows 7 can't see XP/2003 shares denied quot - could NOT install the WHS connector software similar error message indicating a permissions issue - could NOT join a homegroup ditto I now believe this is unrelated -- starting to see this on other machines Things I tried without success - turned off all firewalls - set all Win sharing settings to be identical to other machines that were working ok - set all Win sharing settings to be as permissive as possible and several combos in between - checked amp rechecked that usernames passwords matched all around - checked that users were in the Administrators group on target computer - checked NTFS permissions - created new admin accounts on all machines with passwords that were impossible to mistype then entering those credentials into the login dialog after the st failure - restarted both machines - connected from the quot Network quot root node instead of browsing - connected via quot net use quot at the command line -- with and without explicit user parameter - checked that there was nothing cached in the Windows credential manager - clean install of not not an upgrade of anything no rd party networking or security software - checked that all machines were in the same workgroup - ensured that LLTD was installed via XP SP in my case - switched network profile to Work to disable any HomeGroup features that might be in play mistakenly - ensured all machines were on the same subnet - removed router set up static IPs on each machine - kept DHCP but tried browsing via IP - set NetBT to force broadcast mode via registry - disabled IPv - forced use of WHQL nForce Networking drivers instead of the ones included with Win - swapped in a known-good Intel NIC - turned on quot include anonymous users in Everyone group quot in Local Security Policy - turned off blank password restrictions in the registry - wipe reinstall with -bit Win RC instead of x My solution Near the point of frustration I had taken to combing the Windows event logs for clues At some point I noticed that log times were day behind After I adjusted the system time everything suddenly worked Root cause Modern versions of Windows use the system time during SMB authentication NTLMv - within the client response Kerberos - all tickets My guess is that Win lt - gt Win SMB is smart enough to fall back to NTLMv even if both machines claim they support NTLMv I probably could have gotten this working on XP by forcing one or the other into NTLMv -only mode I'm not sure how I got in this state since the machine was set to synchronize with the same time servers time microsoft com as everyone else But hey it worked Hope this helps someone If not try the other solutions in the list I think I've managed to collect all of the troubleshooting ideas listed on this forum amp others

A:Windows 7 can't see XP/2003 shares

I am having the same issues but my time is synchronized with the PDC emulator in my AD. All machines are at the same time.

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/11155-windows-7-cant-see-xp-2003-shares.html
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Hello everyone I ve been troubleshooting this problem literally for days and I am hoping someone can help me out This issue involves my network shares specifically the Windows ones I have computers on a Network Shares Windows 8 home network They are as follows Desktop-Windows Pro upgraded from Windows Laptop -Windows Laptop -Windows HTPC -Windows HTPC -Windows First of all all computers are members of the same workgroup and can quot see quot one another just fine The Desktop acts as a server with all my documents music video etc stored on it All Windows computers can access the shares on the desktop just fine The desktop can Windows 8 Network Shares access all the other computers Win amp just fine The problem is that neither of the Windows machines can access the Windows desktop s shares The desktop shows up under quot network quot but when I click on it to access the shares I get the message that quot windows cannot access Desktop-PC Check the spelling of the name Ohterwise there might be a problem with your network quot Now what s strange is that the Windows laptop and htpc can access eachother s shares Windows 8 Network Shares without problem but either one cannot Windows 8 Network Shares access the Win desktop s shares The other thing about it is if I switch to a local account from a microsoft account on either the laptop or htpc I can then access the Windows desktop shares without issue This is not an acceptable workaround though as I want to be able to use the Microsoft Live account on all the Win computers to get the benefits of account password syncing etc I have tried many things such as disabling antivirus firewall resetting router disabling IPv on all machines tinkering with all settings under advanced network settings I am at a loss Since the other two Windows machines can access eachother s shares easily I figure that it has got to be something specific to the Desktop Windows or either the Microsoft Live account Any help or suggestions will be greatly appreciated Please let me know if I can provide any more information Thanks in advance Carl nbsp

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Can anyone tell me the way that I can disable simple shares that Windows XP has? in otherwords I want to put all the share options back to the way that they were in Windows 2000 (or when you start Windows XP in safe mode).
I got a program called xteq X-Setup that has the option to turn the Simple shares option off, but it doesn't work.

has anyone else got any ideas on what I can do to change this? because simple shares sux.
 

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my setup:
router w/dhcp server - provides internet access to 192.168.1.0 (subnet1).

server on 192.168.2.0 (subnet2) must NOT be seen from subnet1, nor have internet access for security.

all workstations XPpro
my problem:
2 workstations need to have shared folders from both subnets mapped as drives, and internet access. (this is a must for a legacy app)

Basicly, i need a way to map a drive from a different subnet in a secure manner. (not using NetBEUI!)
i can buy a cheap router if needed.
i can use linux (i'm actually better versed in linux than windows)
i can't buy windows server.

any ideas?
 

A:Windows shares accross subnets

i'm experimenting with using a basic router, the kind you buy for your dsl connection, between the subnets as a gateway.
this of course works fine for internet access, and i added a static route to the other subnet, so i have basic connectivity to to subnet1 from subnet2, but not vice-versa (which is what i want)
i can use:
"net use p: \\192.168.1.123\foo"
to map a drive as p:

does anyone know what will happen when multiple workstations are connected like this through a nat? (i've only got one extra workstation right now to test)
will this be stable?
does anyone have a better idea?

doeas a network guru feel like telling me the right way this should be done, even though i can't impliment it right now?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-shares-accross-subnets.352290/
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Our office is set up with two windows 7 machines, and a single XP machine. I am on the XP machine. The printer and most shared files are on the windows 7 machine. This normally works fine, but randomly it will stop allowing me to access it, and won't fix itself until it has been rebooted. Nothing will change as far as we can tell. I can still ping it, and they can still access my computer. They can also access their computers. Know of where to start trouble shooting? It is currently un-connected, so items that don't require a reboot, and would thus fix it anyway are of a lower priority than things that can be tested without it.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-7-suddenly-drops-shares-to-xp.1028161/
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Good evening I've been trying for a week to get a Windows Home Premium equipped laptop to be able to access samba shares on my home network The network is setup as follows quot master quot with samba Windows 7 and problem shares modem router connected to Internet quot slave quot router connected to master router NAS physically connected to slave router via Gigabit LAN static IP address Laptop n running WXP and Laptop n running W connected to slave router via WLAN and DHCP using quot reserved IP address by MAC address quot feature of the router g with WPA WPA The problem is that the Windows machine won't Windows 7 and problem with samba shares see either of the NAS or WXP machine shares The WXP machine can see and access the W machine shares The W machine is setup as follows - Windows 7 and problem with samba shares windows firewall OFF - network connection configured as a Home Work network HomeGroup feature not used - no domain workgroup named WORKGROUP same as WXP and NAS - in advanced network settings file and printer sharing enabled network discovery enabled public folders enabled - Server service running In the File Explorer in the Network folder the W machine sees itself as well as DLNA UPnP devices Twonky Media Server running on NAS the NAS itself but not it's shares the slave router but no SMB shares The NAS user accounts is configured with a user account using the same credentials as the W administrator account Using the NAS finder program QNAP finder sees the NAS on the network but cannot map a drive or see the shares Error message saying that the server cannot be found on the network Trying to map a share as a drive in File Explorer doesn't work even when using NAS IP address or name However access to NAS' web interface works OK by HTTP After having tried to find a solution on QNAP's forums I'm now turning to you hoping that you can help me out - Thanks in advance

A:Windows 7 and problem with samba shares

  
Quote: Originally Posted by flyingflatfour


Good evening,


I've been trying for a week to get a Windows 7 Home Premium equipped laptop to be able to access samba shares on my home network.

The network is setup as follows:

1) "master" modem/router connected to Internet (192.168.1.1)
2) "slave" router connected to master router (192.168.2.1)
3) NAS physically connected to slave router via Gigabit LAN / static IP address 192.168.2.2
4) Laptop n?1 running WXP (192.168.2.10) and Laptop n?2 running W7 (192.168.2.7) connected to slave router via WLAN and DHCP using "reserved IP address by MAC address" feature of the router (802.11g with WPA/WPA2)


The problem is that the Windows 7 machine won't see either of the NAS or WXP machine shares.

The WXP machine can see and access the W7 machine shares.


The W7 machine is setup as follows:

- windows firewall OFF
- network connection configured as a Home/Work network, HomeGroup feature not used
- no domain, workgroup named WORKGROUP, same as WXP ans NAS.
- in advanced network settings, file and printer sharing enabled, network discovery enabled, public folders enabled
- Server service running.

In the File Explorer in the Network folder the W7 machine sees itself as well as DLNA/UPnP devices (Twonky Media Server running on NAS, the NAS itself (but not it's shares), the slave router), but no SMB shares.

The NAS user accounts is configured with a user account using the same credentials as the W7 administrator account.

Using the NAS finder program (QNAP finder) sees the NAS on the network but cannot map a drive or see the shares. Error message saying that the server cannot be found on the network. Trying to map a share as a drive in File Explorer doesn't work, even when using NAS IP address or name.

However, access to NAS' web interface works OK by HTTP...


After having tried to find a solution on QNAP's forums, I'm now turning to you hoping that you can help me out ;-)

Thanks in advance.


For Home Premium you don't have the local security policy in order to adjust the LM and NTLM authentication levels so you will need to do that in the registry.

If the key doesn't exist you need to create it. Back up the registry first just in case.

There needs to be a DWORD named LmCompatibilityLevel set to value of 2 " at
HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa

So open regedit and navigate to HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa then choose to create DWORD named LmCompatibilityLevel then set the value to 2 although value 1 may work.

Also according to the Samba site you may need to make another adjustment. I'm not entirely sure if this pertains to Windows 7 Home Premium or not.

Windows 7 Registry settings
There are currently two registry settings required to be added on the Windows 7 client prior to joining a Samba Domain. These are:
HKLM\System\CCS\Services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters DWORD DomainCompatibilityMode = 1 DWORD DNSNameResolutionRequired = 0More about the Samba share and there is an update. http://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Windows7

This link explains what the different values do.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../cc960646.aspx

One of the LM values should allow you to connect to those Samba shares and this is about all I can find on this.

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/260203-windows-7-problem-samba-shares.html
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Every so often, for no reason, my shares will stop working on my machine. I have 2-3-4 shares going on at once, and the only way to alleviate the problem, for a few days, is to reboot.

Anyone have any ideas how I can fix this? Or start troubleshooting.

browsing PC name OR IP does not work after a given amount of time - 24-72 hours.

A:Windows 7 shares stop working

Are all these machines Windows 7? If so are you using Homegroups? There is a registry setting that has en effect on this.


On my windows 7 machine I used regedit to increase the size of a parameter:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\LanmanServer\Parameters

the parameter was Size - and value was set at 1 . I changed the value to 3 .

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/108420-windows-7-shares-stop-working.html
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A:Auto-remap Windows shares?

Welcome to Seven Forums!

What type of Windows Server O/S do you have? Are the files saved in the Teacher's laptop and not in the server? Do you have a file server?

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/352785-auto-remap-windows-shares.html
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How can I fix this?

A:Windows 10 Anniversary update -- SMB shares not available over VPN

How are the shares hosted? Who maintains the network and VPN problems?

Depending on what type of VPN is used and how it is hosted, can cause those outside of the network to not be able to reach them. Has nothing to do with the other issue which has been fixed by now.

http://www.tenforums.com/network-sharing/65026-windows-10-anniversary-update-smb-shares-not-available-over-vpn.html
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A:Unable to map Network Shares Windows 10

Well would you believe it;

My computer has just updated itself to Windows 10 Pro Version 1511, OS Build 10586.3 and the drives are showing again.
I knew it was something to do with a previous update.............

http://www.tenforums.com/network-sharing/30013-unable-map-network-shares-windows-10-a.html
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I have file and printer sharing enabled. I can access these shares from other windows 7 machines on the network, so I know the shares and permissions are correct. I have an active directory and I am logging onto the xp machines with the same account I always do, my own account which is a domain admin. The error I get when trying either \\windows7machinename or windows7machinename\sharename is

windows7machinename is not accessible. you might not have permissions....

the specified server cannot perform the requested operation.

Like I stated above, I know how to create the shares in Windows 7 compared to XP, much different. I can access these shares from other Windows 7 machines, and with different accounts that have the permissions to gain access. I just cannot access these same shares from my XP machines.

A:Cannot access shares on Windows 7 from XP machines

Rob

Im assuming the obvious has been taken care of like workgroup not homegroup, windows firewall off, add your win 7 user name pword and xp user name and pword (they are different). Could you tell us more about the networking set up

Ken

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/24561-cannot-access-shares-windows-7-xp-machines.html