Norton Ghost 2003 Mapped network drive issue

Posted on 2006-04-06
Last Modified: 2013-11-16
When booting from the Norton Drive Mapping Boot Disk I recieve the error "Error 5: Access has been denied" after the disk asks you to Type your user ID and Password.  I verified that the UID and Pass as well as the network information (IP Addresses, Domain Name, etc... on the boot floppy) were correct.

Basically it is failing to map to the shared image folder.  I granted access from the share and from security, but still cannot seem to get it to map correctly so I can get to the image I need.  

Thanks in advance for the input.

Question by:cbruner
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    try this:

    1. “Enable netbios over TCP/IP”

    2. Admin tools >
     Domain Controller Security policy >
     Security Settings >
     Local Policies >
     Security Options
    Make the following changes:--
           "Microsoft network server:Digitally sign communications (always)" to "Disabled"
           "Microsoft network Client:Digitally sign communications (always)" to "Disabled"
           "Network security:Do not store Lan Manager Hash value on next password change" to "Disabled2
           "Network security:Lan Manager Authentication Level" to "Send Lm & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session ......"

    Important: You need to Change the password of the account you are using to connect via the Boot Disk


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