You just add… Nicole says: Thanks man! Reply 0 Kudos « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » MORE IN COMMUNITY Learn How to Get Started Community Help Community Code of Conduct Provide Community Feedback Forums Blogs Cause The issue happens because Microsoft decided to "help" you to be more secure, by disabled guest access to remote file access without an account (i.e. This is not necessarily a big concern in your home, but can be an issue when you take your laptop to your local coffee shop and someone there is lurking, ready useful reference
Forums Blogs Tech OnTap Newsletter Register · Sign In · Help Products and Solutions FAS, ONTAP and OnCommand Backup and Restore E-Series, SANtricity and Related Plug-ins Virtualization and Cloud Network Storage I played with credential manager and no luck there either. Thank you for your understanding. You won't be able to vote or comment. 345NetAPP CiFS shares Vs windows 10 (self.sysadmin)submitted 9 months ago by JamesyUK30So, minor issue at the moment but a member of staff wants to use their Windows
I tried using the IP address instead of the hostname from my workstation and I did not have a problem. If I use the IP \\192.168.1.248\data$ I can access the files properly. Can you take a network trace from the working and non working box and upload it.
We have a domain and AD, and all users home folders are set up in the AD. Thanks. Better would be to show the guest network as an unclickable ghosted icon, thus explaining the problem without the need to resort to a Google (TM) brand search engine. We can access CIFS share from Windows 10, but now Windows 7.We receive the message - 'Windows cannot access \\*cifs share name*'Tried permissions as everyone and defined individual groups, no difference.Users
I have also had many other issues with Windows 7 Premium. Here are the links I found the info on: http://www.petri.co.il/forums/showthread.php?t=60629 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/942974 share|improve this answer answered Jan 10 '14 at 13:47 Helpdesk Tech 311 I had the same problem and Let us know NetApp.com Support Community Training Contact Community turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by I found a quick way to delete the CSC cache on Win 7 (its a lot easier on XP).
tsab1 Monday, January 16, 2012 5:16 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I finally figured this out. You can also subscribe without commenting. R063R tx, saved me some hours! Does a list of the non-letter ASCII symbol macros exist?
I would love to see a class action law suit filed against Microsoft, I really would. If rt-click > properties on the folder > Security Tab I get the "You don't have permission to view or edit this object's permission settings." Clearly I do since I am Is the machine authenticating to the domain controller properly? So, summary: there is some problem with cached credentials and no obvious way to delete them (nothing was shown in Network Password manager in the user account either).
This can be found via Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center Local Area Connection Status Properties Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and/or Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) Properties Advanced DNS see here You can check using the Windows Credential Manager under Control panel. Contact your network administrator to request access. In Windows, you can use Control Panel or PC Settings app to create a new local user account, while in Linux, uses useradd, passwd, and usermod to create the local user
Assigning only part of a string to a variable in bash Why does Cutie act like this and lesser robots listen to it? Microsoft has two workrounds for this problem: Enable signing on the third-party file server. This would be some delays. this page There have been multiple connections to same locations (using different URLs) and I suspect that it was the reason of problems.
You might not have permission to use this network resource. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Microsoft explained: The security change is intended to address a weakness when using guest access.
Additional Info: If I log into another Win 7 workstation, I don't have a problem.
I've even tried opening the Windows File Explorer as an Admin, but that made no difference. It appears to be working correctly. After that I was able to view and update the permissions on the Security tab of all my Files and Folders that were being accessed via a CIFS share on my Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
Tech Journey Follow @TechJourneyNet Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Tuesday, October 25, 2011 6:29 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote The fact that it fails only for your workstation makes it more difficult to troubleshoot. Since your getting the error you must have SMB2 enabled on the controller. Marcos Ferreira Me too.
https://library.netapp.com/ecmdocs/ECMP1196891/html/GUID-3E1361E4-4170-4992-85B2-FEA71C06645F.html Data ONTAP does not support the following SMB 3.0 functionality: SMB Multichannel SMB Direct SMB Directory Leasing SMB Encryption permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]JamesyUK30[S] 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago(0 children)Thanks for the replies If your post requires a picture put it in the text. /r/iiiiiiitttttttttttt (i7t12) for your rage comics, and "Read Only Friday" posts. /r/techsupportanimals for your memegenerator images Link Flair Filters Gilded After uninstalling it from the host the problem disappeared. I was able to solve this by installing and running CCleaner.
Reply 0 Kudos Options Bookmark Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content Aleks_Raf Re: One computer cannot access the NetApp CIFS shares [Edited] 2014-10-16 11:39 PM - edited 2014-10-17 A malicious server can put itself in the middle (also known as the Man-In-The-Middle attack), and trick the client into sending files or accepting malicious data. jimmyfi http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/forum/insider_wintp-insider_web/fix-windows-10-and-network-share-problems/f9b6d62d-839f-49a4-8fe9-7becc01aa911?tm=1435842396469 fix that I found without hacking to registry Ein Verne And you should unlink the Microsoft account and use the local account. I tried all kinds of solutions - net use * /del and I tried deleting user accounts net user /delete - I tried to get rid of cached credentials - but
You May Also Interested In: Workaround to Run VNC Server in Windows VistaEasily Maintain Multiple Remote Desktop Connections with…Turn On or Enable Remote Desktop on WindowsRemote Desktop Connection Without Locking Remote This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Sorry, I forgot to post the solution a while back. Note: The error message may change as Microsoft finalized Windows 10, but the symptom is the same.
Thank you, -TedOsh Friday, October 21, 2011 1:38 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Sorry for the late response, I am looking into this issue, Accessing the shares via an IP address DID work! user Thx, it helps me! Using command line: To see currently connected shares net use To delete connection to share Y on xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx net use \\xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx\Y /delete To delete connection to share Y on XXX net
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