I have an issue, connecting between a new Windows Server 2008R2 and an IFS share on our i5. We have batch jobs, which run from a shared folder, located within our Wintel environment, which need connect to the i5 to run. These run successfully on our old Windows 2003 servers, and didn’t default to trying to login with credentials on our domain, as opposed to using local details.
The server is login in with an account, which has the correct permissions in Netserver.
The Wintel server is running the latest patches and using client access v5m4r0, The i5 is running at v5m4r5.
To test this issue, I have made the following changes on our test environment. In Windows - I have changed the LAN manager value to disabled and I have also changed the LAN manager authentication level to “Send LM & NTLM – Use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated” The i5 is set to QPWDLVL 2. This has not resolved the issue.
I hope someone else has had this issue and can help..