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Cant map Network Drive from Snap Server, Error 40961

Posted on 2011-09-13
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I have a Overland Snap NAS box which a number of computers in the office access various shares on,

For no reason one of the computers now can not access the NAS at all or map any drives. In the log i am getting an error " The security system could not establish a secured connection with the server CIFS (my IP address0 No Authentification Protocol was available,

The computer is running Windows XP SP3,

Times etc between the NAS and the computer are the same,

Any ideas as i really need to get this sorted out,

Thanks
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Got it Sorted out,

Deleted the Profile, recreated it and rejoined the domain and now it seems to be all ok again,

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