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Cannot connect to Iomega CIFS share from Windows Server 2008 R2

Posted on 2011-03-04
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hello everybody!
Today i enabled for CIFS AD Auth. on Iomega storage. From Win 2k3 and WinXP i can connect normally and everything works fine. but i can't open this share from Win 2k8...
share not opening, it,s asking me to enter user name and password and then bloks this account.

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by:Andrey_Gorohov
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i found a solution...  close this ticket please.
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Iomega Storage don't understand NTLMv2. Win7 and Windows Server 2008 use this Auth (NTLMv2) by default. so i changed this option (screenshot) to "Send LM & NTLM - Use NTLMv2 sessoin security if negotiated".
NTLM2-for-Iomega.JPG
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i found a solution...
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