Kyocera 3050 Scanning to Network Share

Posted on 2011-10-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
We purchased a Kyocera 3050 and are trying to get it to scan documents to a network share on our Windows Server 2008 R2 server.  Right now, when testing the connection using the test button on the screen, the Kyocera says "connecting" but then times out after a few moments.  No error message is given.  When trying to scan to the file share, it will display a small message at the bottom that it is transmitting the file, but then times out after a few moments and the file does not appear in the share.

Settings on the Kyocera:

Host name: (ip of server)
Folder:  scannedfiles
user:  mydomain\myuser
passworrd:  mypassword

The username on the server has full access to the share and files/folders in the share.

The server is a domain controller, by the way, and the only one in the domain (our domain consists of 5 computers).

I have already allowed LM and NTLM authentication in group policy, rebooted the server to make sure changes take effect, but to no avail.

Any ideas?  Could this be a bad used printer (it is a refurb)?

Question by:JamesNT
    1 Comment

    Accepted Solution

    Enable LM and NTLM responses.
    Disable SMB 2.0 signing.

    It started working then.


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