How can I access resources on a Window Server 2008 Domain from a Windows 3.11 workstation?
I need to access resources from a Server 2008 Domain from a Windows For Workgroups 3.11 Workstation. This workstation has connected to a Server 2003 domain previously. We needed to make a few modifications to the Domain Controller group policy to get it to connect. These were security settings to do with encryption requirements etc. We have made the same changes to our newly built SBS 2008 box and we cannot get the WFW 3.11 system to connect.
At the moment the workstation can ping the 2008 server, it can resolve the server name and it can browse to connect to a share off the 2008 server but it still asks for a password on connection which fails. They password prompt only asks for a password so you can't change the username and I'm not sure what it's trying to connect as. The WFW 3.11 workstation logs on using a username and password which exists on the 2008 domain.
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