Disabling NTLM Issue with RDP and shared folders

Jean-François Guénet
Jean-François Guénet used Ask the Experts™
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Hello we enable these setting to disable NTLM completly in our network.

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Im testing it and one problem i got is that when im trying to connect in RDP from a non domain pc (WIndows 10 1903) to my domain pc (WIndows 10 1903) it's not working

I get this error

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If i do the same thing from my domain join pc (windows 10 1903) to my non domain join pc (Windows 10 1903) i get the same error but if i add an exception in the GPO above it's working

I also have a problem accessing the \\IP_OF_PC\C$ folder when NTLM is disable

Can we fix that ?

Thanks !
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NTLM authentication is still supported and must be used for Windows authentication with systems configured as a member of a workgroup.

From: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/security/kerberos/ntlm-overview
Jean-François GuénetNetwork Administrator

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ok so i guess i will need to use another option than RDP to connect to my pc ?
Adam LeinssSystems Administrator

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Correct.  Something like VNC or remote viewing program.
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Thanks for the info !

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