Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

5

Uninstalling update KB 3002657 worked for me. We were getting authentication prompts/failed authentication in Outlook when trying to connect to the exchange server. Uninstalled the update from the Exchange server and domain controllers and everything is working again.


1

We have similar issue with AD authentication here. In our case, we made modification to domain group policy, similar to the one mentioned in this link. Basically you need to set LAN Manager authentication level to "Send LM & NTLM responses". This policy was not set before, since the default setting (Send NTLM response only) in Windows local security ...


1

When not running as a service the application runs under the context of the user who launched the application and will have whatever Share and NTFS access to the files and folders in the Windows share that the user has. When running as a service as Local System the application will have whatever Share and NTFS access to the files and folders in the Windows ...


1

I suspect that the NAS device's share has guest enabled, or the computer name has rights to that share. Local System has the privileges of the machine account on the network. (Both users and computers have AD accounts, yes.) For more information, see this link. So yes, you'll need to add the account COMPUTERNAME$ (whatever the machine is named) to the ...


1

We are implementing Work Folders at the Moment and I can confirm that GPO Redirect of Folders is the way to go. If you used to work with DFS, i.e. Folder Redirection and Offline files so far, you can use the established server share as a sync share and the transition will be seamless. You may add to that at any time by moving any folder via redirection into ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible