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Logon failure to NAS

Posted on 2009-03-31
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I encounter "Logon failure: Account is currently disabled when attempting to connect to my NAS shared folder where 3 other MAC's and two other PC's can connect.

Thanks in advance for any help
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Are you using specific credentials to access the NAS device?  Does each user use different creds?  If so, verify that the account is question isn't locked out due to a security setting, password timeout, etc...
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OK,
Heres the scoop--

After 3 days of searching around everywhere, including Netgears forum, :

You can not have a share name that is the same as any windows user name.
If so, no connection to the share is possible. After renaming the share from "Mike" to "MikeNAS"-- everything is OK

Netgear tech support couldn't even tell me that (not the New Deli , India TS, the Santa Clara, Ca location)
Mike-----
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