Server that I am attaching to keeps giving me logon prompt because it is getting the wrong password

Posted on 2011-10-25
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Last Modified: 2012-08-13
A server that I am trying to attach to keeps giving me the logon prompt whenever I select the mapped drive from my computer to  the server.  I have established an account with the appropriate user name and password on the server and I connect right away when I enter the password at the login prompt.  The problem is that I need attach to the server automatically in order to run an application that uses the mapped drive.  
Question by:paconner
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johnb6767 earned 2000 total points
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start>run>control keymgr.dll

IS there anything listed for this server? If so, kill it......

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Do I run this on the server or the client?

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The server was listed.  I removed it and had no trouble after that. Thanks!
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Glad it was easy.....

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