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Terra station pro unable to connect to shared folders

Posted on 2013-11-19
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I have a terrastation pro join to my windows 2008R2 server Domain.
When I log in to Domain I have access to shared folders, but if I log in on the same computer locally I can not connect to shared folders on terrastation pro.
I can ping server by name or IP .
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by:Nick Rhode
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I believe you would have to edit the permissions in order to access the terrastation when joined to the domain.  I think by default it deny's a user account not on the domain
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Is the terrastation connected to the AD on your server? If so it will be blocking you when logged onto the local machine as it will require a domain username and password for access.
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by:usa12
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Yes the terrastation is connected to AD.
But it used to work before on windows 2003 server.this just stated since I removed windows2003server.
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I am assuming it has something to do with the NTLM negotiation between the 2.  I had to contact buffalo support and they provided the settings to adjust on the GPO for the workstations.

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/problem-connecting-to-buffalo-terastation-with/0d275337-0315-4dea-9d54-c0f73ee85b11
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I haven't bien able to fix my problem.
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The error that I get from my windows Xp and win7 pro is:
No response at the end of pipe.
I have no problem on any xp,win7 if I log in to domain and access the terrastation pro.
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