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Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
In the Event Viewer->Windows Logs->Security I have "Audit Success" at the time when I logged using MMC
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@user5870571 Also with this method I get the same error message.
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@user5870571 When I try to connect through "Computer management" I get the error message as indicated above, when I try to connect using File explorer I do not get an error at all and I am prompted to login again.
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@user5870571 yes they match, and I have tried to connect from another Windows client, I get the same error.
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@joeqwerty In a first step I shared folder, then when this did not work, and to avoid having to deal with inheritance, in the second step I focused on sharing the root. Now I just created a new folder in the "D" drive in the VM and checked the sharing and permissions, all is correct, but cannot connect from the client to the new folder.
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@joeqwerty: Yes I confirm that I created folders in the "D" drive inside the VM and then set the share authorization and permission for this entire drive and also set NTFS permission for the same account for this drive.
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@user5870571 The VHD is already containing data, I can get to the VM using Remote Desktop, and can do everything normally from within the VM.
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@joeqwerty: Previously, the VM was using only one VHDX containing OS and data, share was working perfectly, then for backup convenience I've added a second VHDX and transferred data onto it, this way the data duplication would take less time and ressources.
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@user5870571 To avoid having to test dns resolution, in file explorer I directly enter the ip address as follows: \\xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx\$d\SharedFolder
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@Todd, I meant by "without having to provide each time credentials" just to avoid having to enter each time credentials.
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
thank you for correcting to the question, please note that share permissions and the NTFS permissions was double checked. And also I used the login in the following maner: ServerName\administrator and this does'nt work.
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@ joeqwerty I suspect the VM related vhdx files access is denied or some permissions are missing on the Hyper-V host.
Feb
29
comment Cannot connect remotely to a shared folder inside a vhdx
@Todd, sorry for the mistake, it was updated, and please note that I can usually access other shares on the network without having to provide each time credentials, the difference here is that I am trying to access a vhdx file on a Hyper-V host.
Feb
9
comment Can't connect Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 after Windows 10 update?
I had the same issue with non-domain situation, the command: winrm set winrm/config/client @{TrustedHosts="RemoteComputerName"} resolved my issue, but each time I reboot the Win 10 client, I need to retype it again to make connection to the remote host, any idea ?
Jan
17
comment SSL certificate not found in the drop down list - IIS 7
The certificate file is delivered by a third party authority, they also provided the text content at the end of their mail.
Jan
17
comment SSL certificate not found in the drop down list - IIS 7
Please how to convert .cer to .pfx ?
Jan
17
comment SSL certificate not found in the drop down list - IIS 7
Run -> mmc -> Add/Remove Snap-ins -> Certificates -> Add -> Ok -> Computer account -> Local computer -> Finish -> Certificates (local computer) -> right click Personal\Certificates folder -> Import -> Certificate Import Wizard -> FileName: MyCertificate.cer -> Place All certificates in the following store: Personal -> Ok -> Finish -> Message: "Import was successful".
Jan
17
comment SSL certificate not found in the drop down list - IIS 7
The imported certificate includes the private key, and into the machine account.
Nov
13
comment How to bind a web site to a dynamic dns service?
I understand that any web site on the server should be bound to the server fixed private IP address, but in this case how does dns should work for these domain names, where are managed the dns records for these domains? at the registrar level or at the dynamic dns provider level? should I use Registrar name servers or Dynamic dns service provider name servers ?
Nov
13
comment How to bind a web site to a dynamic dns service?
I could run the DDNS client on server as service behind DDNS router settings, but with this client could not find where to manage domains.