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Getting username and password prompt from WIN2012 DC when browsing to it via UNC path, how to I correct this issue?

Posted on 2014-09-16
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I have one DC that is also a file Server in my domain that prompts me for username and password when trying to access folders via UNC Path.  Can't figure out why, Can someone help with this issue?
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You still need username and password regardless of the method you choose to enter the server
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save the credentials in your control panel | credential store
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Got it..thanks.
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