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how do I Disable SMB signing on Win2003 Server

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when trying to connect to a share from a PC running XP to a win 2003 server I get the error " An extended error has occurred". I have read that by disabling the SMB signing on the server it should resolve the issue, but have not been able to find a step by step instructions on how to do that..
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It's a registry entry and a reboot.  Setting should be the same for 2003.

http://windows.stanford.edu/docs/SMBSign.html
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