I recently setup a Windows Server 2003 R2 machine to be a domain controller, kind of to experiment with that whole concept. Originally, it was sharing a printer attached to it to my home's workgroup, although it had been awhile since I had used it.
Now, I'm trying to access that printer from a computer that's in the workgroup, but not the domain. I'm trying to re-add it on this computer (which is running Windows Vista Ultimate x64 SP2), and I can't seem to log onto the "Everyone" builtin account like I used to.
I'm assuming that this is some sort of security policy that was brought in by the Domain Controller role, although I can't seem to fix it.
I went into the Default Domain Policy and changed the Allow log on locally policy, and added the Administrators and Everyone groups/users, although I still can't log on from the Vista computer, saying that I'm giving an incorrect Username/password. (For the username, I'm specifying the machine name of the server, then a back slash, and then "Everyone".)
Can anyone tell me what else it is that I have to do?