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Old 11-01-2008
Sjoerd
 

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Alternatief voor secpol.msc?
Ik heb een probleempje waarvan ik hoop dat je me ermee kunnen helpen.

Ik draai Vista Home Premium SP1 en probeer verbinding te maken (netwerk map
te maken) met een NAS waar een eenvoudige samba server op draait. Nu kan
Vista geen verbinding maken met de map. Vista kan wel verbinding maken met
de homepage van de NAS, en mijn XP machine, die aan hetzelfde netwerk hangt,
maakt prima verbinding met het pad.

De faq van de fabrikant biedt de hieronder ge copy-paste oplossing.

Bij Vista Home zit blijkbaar geen secpol.msc.

De gesuggereerde oplossing voor Vista Home met regedit werkt niet. Vista kan
de map nog steeds niet vinden.

Is er een alternatief voor secpol.msc?

Hebben jullie misschien een andere oplossing?

Thanks!

vr, groet,

Sjoerd




<B>! Windows Vista Network Note !</B>
<br>
The security policies which are being used by Windows Vista are not
supported by the
Samba software in the 'network storage device'.<br>
Therefore, to use file shares/folders of your 'network storage device', you
need to change this the
security policies of Windows Vista.<br><br>
--<br><br>
<b>" Windows Vista Ultimate users: "</b><br><br>
Changing the security settings.<br>
1. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Run".<br>
2. Type "secpol.msc" and click "OK".<br>
3. Allow Windows to open the Security Policies window by clicking
"Continue".<br>
4. Click "Local Policies" and choose "Security options".<br>
5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level" and
select "Properties".<br>
6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>
7. Click "Apply" and "OK" and close the Security Policies screen.<br>
8. Reboot your computer.<br><br>
--<br><br>
<b>" Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) users: "</b><br><br>
Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) are not shipped with the 'secpol.msc'
component.<br>
Therefore, the product will not work with these Vista editions unless this
procedure is followed:<br><br>
1. Start up 'regedit'<br>
2. Browse to key folder
'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>
4. Close the registry editor and restart the system<br><br>
--<br><br>
<b>" Drive mapping under Windows Vista: "</b><br><br>
You can now map a network drive to your computer with the steps
below:<br><br>
1. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map network drive..."<br>
2. Select the drive letter you want to use (for example "G:")<br>
3. Type the folder which you want to map (for example
"\\CH3SNAS\Volume_1").<br>
4. Click "Different user name" and type the username "Guest" (or another
username)<br>
and the password which is configured for the 'network storage device'
share.<br>
5. Click "OK" and Click "Finish".<br><br>
Your 'netowrk storage device' share is now mapped to a drive letter on your
computer.<br>

de NAS:
http://www.conceptronic.net/site/des...WNAS&subid=550


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Old 11-01-2008
Gandalf Gladstone
 

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Re: Alternatief voor secpol.msc?

"Sjoerd" <Dont@spam.me> schreef in bericht
news:490c35b8$0$201$e4fe514c@news.xs4all.nl...
> Ik heb een probleempje waarvan ik hoop dat je me ermee kunnen helpen.
>
> Ik draai Vista Home Premium SP1 en probeer verbinding te maken (netwerk
> map te maken) met een NAS waar een eenvoudige samba server op draait. Nu
> kan Vista geen verbinding maken met de map. Vista kan wel verbinding maken
> met de homepage van de NAS, en mijn XP machine, die aan hetzelfde netwerk
> hangt, maakt prima verbinding met het pad.
>
> De faq van de fabrikant biedt de hieronder ge copy-paste oplossing.
>
> Bij Vista Home zit blijkbaar geen secpol.msc.
>
> De gesuggereerde oplossing voor Vista Home met regedit werkt niet. Vista
> kan de map nog steeds niet vinden.
>
> Is er een alternatief voor secpol.msc?
>
> Hebben jullie misschien een andere oplossing?
>
> Thanks!
>
> vr, groet,
>
> Sjoerd
>
>
>
>
> <B>! Windows Vista Network Note !</B>
> <br>
> The security policies which are being used by Windows Vista are not
> supported by the
> Samba software in the 'network storage device'.<br>
> Therefore, to use file shares/folders of your 'network storage device',
> you need to change this the
> security policies of Windows Vista.<br><br>
> --<br><br>
> <b>" Windows Vista Ultimate users: "</b><br><br>
> Changing the security settings.<br>
> 1. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Run".<br>
> 2. Type "secpol.msc" and click "OK".<br>
> 3. Allow Windows to open the Security Policies window by clicking
> "Continue".<br>
> 4. Click "Local Policies" and choose "Security options".<br>
> 5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level" and
> select "Properties".<br>
> 6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
> NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>
> 7. Click "Apply" and "OK" and close the Security Policies screen.<br>
> 8. Reboot your computer.<br><br>
> --<br><br>
> <b>" Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) users: "</b><br><br>
> Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) are not shipped with the 'secpol.msc'
> component.<br>
> Therefore, the product will not work with these Vista editions unless this
> procedure is followed:<br><br>
> 1. Start up 'regedit'<br>
> 2. Browse to key folder
> 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
> 3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>
> 4. Close the registry editor and restart the system<br><br>
> --<br><br>
> <b>" Drive mapping under Windows Vista: "</b><br><br>
> You can now map a network drive to your computer with the steps
> below:<br><br>
> 1. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map network drive..."<br>
> 2. Select the drive letter you want to use (for example "G:")<br>
> 3. Type the folder which you want to map (for example
> "\\CH3SNAS\Volume_1").<br>
> 4. Click "Different user name" and type the username "Guest" (or another
> username)<br>
> and the password which is configured for the 'network storage device'
> share.<br>
> 5. Click "OK" and Click "Finish".<br><br>
> Your 'netowrk storage device' share is now mapped to a drive letter on
> your computer.<br>
>
> de NAS:
> http://www.conceptronic.net/site/des...WNAS&subid=550



Er wordt gesuggereerd dat dit een oplossing kan bieden?
http://www.vistax64.com/vista-genera...5-01/1329.html

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Old 11-01-2008
Gandalf Gladstone
 

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Re: Alternatief voor secpol.msc?

"Sjoerd" <Dont@spam.me> schreef in bericht
news:490c35b8$0$201$e4fe514c@news.xs4all.nl...
> Ik heb een probleempje waarvan ik hoop dat je me ermee kunnen helpen.
>
> Ik draai Vista Home Premium SP1 en probeer verbinding te maken (netwerk
> map te maken) met een NAS waar een eenvoudige samba server op draait. Nu
> kan Vista geen verbinding maken met de map. Vista kan wel verbinding maken
> met de homepage van de NAS, en mijn XP machine, die aan hetzelfde netwerk
> hangt, maakt prima verbinding met het pad.
>
> De faq van de fabrikant biedt de hieronder ge copy-paste oplossing.
>
> Bij Vista Home zit blijkbaar geen secpol.msc.
>
> De gesuggereerde oplossing voor Vista Home met regedit werkt niet. Vista
> kan de map nog steeds niet vinden.
>
> Is er een alternatief voor secpol.msc?
>
> Hebben jullie misschien een andere oplossing?
>
> Thanks!
>
> vr, groet,
>
> Sjoerd
>
>
>
>
> <B>! Windows Vista Network Note !</B>
> <br>
> The security policies which are being used by Windows Vista are not
> supported by the
> Samba software in the 'network storage device'.<br>
> Therefore, to use file shares/folders of your 'network storage device',
> you need to change this the
> security policies of Windows Vista.<br><br>
> --<br><br>
> <b>" Windows Vista Ultimate users: "</b><br><br>
> Changing the security settings.<br>
> 1. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Run".<br>
> 2. Type "secpol.msc" and click "OK".<br>
> 3. Allow Windows to open the Security Policies window by clicking
> "Continue".<br>
> 4. Click "Local Policies" and choose "Security options".<br>
> 5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level" and
> select "Properties".<br>
> 6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
> NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>
> 7. Click "Apply" and "OK" and close the Security Policies screen.<br>
> 8. Reboot your computer.<br><br>
> --<br><br>
> <b>" Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) users: "</b><br><br>
> Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) are not shipped with the 'secpol.msc'
> component.<br>
> Therefore, the product will not work with these Vista editions unless this
> procedure is followed:<br><br>
> 1. Start up 'regedit'<br>
> 2. Browse to key folder
> 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
> 3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>
> 4. Close the registry editor and restart the system<br><br>
> --<br><br>
> <b>" Drive mapping under Windows Vista: "</b><br><br>
> You can now map a network drive to your computer with the steps
> below:<br><br>
> 1. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map network drive..."<br>
> 2. Select the drive letter you want to use (for example "G:")<br>
> 3. Type the folder which you want to map (for example
> "\\CH3SNAS\Volume_1").<br>
> 4. Click "Different user name" and type the username "Guest" (or another
> username)<br>
> and the password which is configured for the 'network storage device'
> share.<br>
> 5. Click "OK" and Click "Finish".<br><br>
> Your 'netowrk storage device' share is now mapped to a drive letter on
> your computer.<br>
>
> de NAS:
> http://www.conceptronic.net/site/des...WNAS&subid=550
>


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Old 11-01-2008
Sjoerd
 

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Re: Alternatief voor secpol.msc?

"Gandalf Gladstone" <Gandalf G.@imaginary«.com> schreef in bericht
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>
> "Sjoerd" <Dont@spam.me> schreef in bericht
> news:490c35b8$0$201$e4fe514c@news.xs4all.nl...
>> Ik heb een probleempje waarvan ik hoop dat je me ermee kunnen helpen.
>>
>> Ik draai Vista Home Premium SP1 en probeer verbinding te maken (netwerk
>> map te maken) met een NAS waar een eenvoudige samba server op draait. Nu
>> kan Vista geen verbinding maken met de map. Vista kan wel verbinding
>> maken met de homepage van de NAS, en mijn XP machine, die aan hetzelfde
>> netwerk hangt, maakt prima verbinding met het pad.
>>
>> De faq van de fabrikant biedt de hieronder ge copy-paste oplossing.
>>
>> Bij Vista Home zit blijkbaar geen secpol.msc.
>>
>> De gesuggereerde oplossing voor Vista Home met regedit werkt niet. Vista
>> kan de map nog steeds niet vinden.
>>
>> Is er een alternatief voor secpol.msc?
>>
>> Hebben jullie misschien een andere oplossing?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> vr, groet,
>>
>> Sjoerd
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> <B>! Windows Vista Network Note !</B>
>> <br>
>> The security policies which are being used by Windows Vista are not
>> supported by the
>> Samba software in the 'network storage device'.<br>
>> Therefore, to use file shares/folders of your 'network storage device',
>> you need to change this the
>> security policies of Windows Vista.<br><br>
>> --<br><br>
>> <b>" Windows Vista Ultimate users: "</b><br><br>
>> Changing the security settings.<br>
>> 1. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Run".<br>
>> 2. Type "secpol.msc" and click "OK".<br>
>> 3. Allow Windows to open the Security Policies window by clicking
>> "Continue".<br>
>> 4. Click "Local Policies" and choose "Security options".<br>
>> 5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level"
>> and select "Properties".<br>
>> 6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
>> NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>
>> 7. Click "Apply" and "OK" and close the Security Policies screen.<br>
>> 8. Reboot your computer.<br><br>
>> --<br><br>
>> <b>" Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) users: "</b><br><br>
>> Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) are not shipped with the
>> 'secpol.msc' component.<br>
>> Therefore, the product will not work with these Vista editions unless
>> this procedure is followed:<br><br>
>> 1. Start up 'regedit'<br>
>> 2. Browse to key folder
>> 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
>> 3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>
>> 4. Close the registry editor and restart the system<br><br>
>> --<br><br>
>> <b>" Drive mapping under Windows Vista: "</b><br><br>
>> You can now map a network drive to your computer with the steps
>> below:<br><br>
>> 1. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map network drive..."<br>
>> 2. Select the drive letter you want to use (for example "G:")<br>
>> 3. Type the folder which you want to map (for example
>> "\\CH3SNAS\Volume_1").<br>
>> 4. Click "Different user name" and type the username "Guest" (or another
>> username)<br>
>> and the password which is configured for the 'network storage device'
>> share.<br>
>> 5. Click "OK" and Click "Finish".<br><br>
>> Your 'netowrk storage device' share is now mapped to a drive letter on
>> your computer.<br>
>>
>> de NAS:
>> http://www.conceptronic.net/site/des...WNAS&subid=550
>>

>
> Is dit voor jou toepasbaar? http://www.vistawindow.org/login.htm
>


dank voor je antwoord!

dat maakt gebruik van secpol.msc, en dat zit nou juist niet bij Vista
Home...



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Old 11-01-2008
Sjoerd
 

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Re: Alternatief voor secpol.msc?

"Gandalf Gladstone" <Gandalf G.@imaginary«.com> schreef in bericht
news:e2y49ZBPJHA.3528@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
>
> "Sjoerd" <Dont@spam.me> schreef in bericht
> news:490c35b8$0$201$e4fe514c@news.xs4all.nl...
>> Ik heb een probleempje waarvan ik hoop dat je me ermee kunnen helpen.
>>
>> Ik draai Vista Home Premium SP1 en probeer verbinding te maken (netwerk
>> map te maken) met een NAS waar een eenvoudige samba server op draait. Nu
>> kan Vista geen verbinding maken met de map. Vista kan wel verbinding
>> maken met de homepage van de NAS, en mijn XP machine, die aan hetzelfde
>> netwerk hangt, maakt prima verbinding met het pad.
>>
>> De faq van de fabrikant biedt de hieronder ge copy-paste oplossing.
>>
>> Bij Vista Home zit blijkbaar geen secpol.msc.
>>
>> De gesuggereerde oplossing voor Vista Home met regedit werkt niet. Vista
>> kan de map nog steeds niet vinden.
>>
>> Is er een alternatief voor secpol.msc?
>>
>> Hebben jullie misschien een andere oplossing?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> vr, groet,
>>
>> Sjoerd
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> <B>! Windows Vista Network Note !</B>
>> <br>
>> The security policies which are being used by Windows Vista are not
>> supported by the
>> Samba software in the 'network storage device'.<br>
>> Therefore, to use file shares/folders of your 'network storage device',
>> you need to change this the
>> security policies of Windows Vista.<br><br>
>> --<br><br>
>> <b>" Windows Vista Ultimate users: "</b><br><br>
>> Changing the security settings.<br>
>> 1. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Run".<br>
>> 2. Type "secpol.msc" and click "OK".<br>
>> 3. Allow Windows to open the Security Policies window by clicking
>> "Continue".<br>
>> 4. Click "Local Policies" and choose "Security options".<br>
>> 5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level"
>> and select "Properties".<br>
>> 6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
>> NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>
>> 7. Click "Apply" and "OK" and close the Security Policies screen.<br>
>> 8. Reboot your computer.<br><br>
>> --<br><br>
>> <b>" Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) users: "</b><br><br>
>> Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) are not shipped with the
>> 'secpol.msc' component.<br>
>> Therefore, the product will not work with these Vista editions unless
>> this procedure is followed:<br><br>
>> 1. Start up 'regedit'<br>
>> 2. Browse to key folder
>> 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
>> 3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>
>> 4. Close the registry editor and restart the system<br><br>
>> --<br><br>
>> <b>" Drive mapping under Windows Vista: "</b><br><br>
>> You can now map a network drive to your computer with the steps
>> below:<br><br>
>> 1. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map network drive..."<br>
>> 2. Select the drive letter you want to use (for example "G:")<br>
>> 3. Type the folder which you want to map (for example
>> "\\CH3SNAS\Volume_1").<br>
>> 4. Click "Different user name" and type the username "Guest" (or another
>> username)<br>
>> and the password which is configured for the 'network storage device'
>> share.<br>
>> 5. Click "OK" and Click "Finish".<br><br>
>> Your 'netowrk storage device' share is now mapped to a drive letter on
>> your computer.<br>
>>
>> de NAS:
>> http://www.conceptronic.net/site/des...WNAS&subid=550

>
>
> Er wordt gesuggereerd dat dit een oplossing kan bieden?
> http://www.vistax64.com/vista-genera...5-01/1329.html
>


ik kom via deze link niet bij informatie. misschien omdat ik geen lid ben
van dat forum. kan je de info misschien kopieeren?

thanks!


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Old 11-01-2008
Gandalf Gladstone
 

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Re: Alternatief voor secpol.msc?

"Sjoerd" <Dont@spam.me> schreef in bericht
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>
> "Gandalf Gladstone" <Gandalf G.@imaginary«.com> schreef in bericht
> news:e1vWhdBPJHA.4328@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>>
>> "Sjoerd" <Dont@spam.me> schreef in bericht
>> news:490c35b8$0$201$e4fe514c@news.xs4all.nl...
>>> Ik heb een probleempje waarvan ik hoop dat je me ermee kunnen helpen.
>>>
>>> Ik draai Vista Home Premium SP1 en probeer verbinding te maken (netwerk
>>> map te maken) met een NAS waar een eenvoudige samba server op draait.
>>> Nu kan Vista geen verbinding maken met de map. Vista kan wel verbinding
>>> maken met de homepage van de NAS, en mijn XP machine, die aan hetzelfde
>>> netwerk hangt, maakt prima verbinding met het pad.
>>>
>>> De faq van de fabrikant biedt de hieronder ge copy-paste oplossing.
>>>
>>> Bij Vista Home zit blijkbaar geen secpol.msc.
>>>
>>> De gesuggereerde oplossing voor Vista Home met regedit werkt niet. Vista
>>> kan de map nog steeds niet vinden.
>>>
>>> Is er een alternatief voor secpol.msc?
>>>
>>> Hebben jullie misschien een andere oplossing?
>>>
>>> Thanks!
>>>
>>> vr, groet,
>>>
>>> Sjoerd
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> <B>! Windows Vista Network Note !</B>
>>> <br>
>>> The security policies which are being used by Windows Vista are not
>>> supported by the
>>> Samba software in the 'network storage device'.<br>
>>> Therefore, to use file shares/folders of your 'network storage device',
>>> you need to change this the
>>> security policies of Windows Vista.<br><br>
>>> --<br><br>
>>> <b>" Windows Vista Ultimate users: "</b><br><br>
>>> Changing the security settings.<br>
>>> 1. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Run".<br>
>>> 2. Type "secpol.msc" and click "OK".<br>
>>> 3. Allow Windows to open the Security Policies window by clicking
>>> "Continue".<br>
>>> 4. Click "Local Policies" and choose "Security options".<br>
>>> 5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level"
>>> and select "Properties".<br>
>>> 6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
>>> NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>
>>> 7. Click "Apply" and "OK" and close the Security Policies screen.<br>
>>> 8. Reboot your computer.<br><br>
>>> --<br><br>
>>> <b>" Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) users: "</b><br><br>
>>> Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) are not shipped with the
>>> 'secpol.msc' component.<br>
>>> Therefore, the product will not work with these Vista editions unless
>>> this procedure is followed:<br><br>
>>> 1. Start up 'regedit'<br>
>>> 2. Browse to key folder
>>> 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
>>> 3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>
>>> 4. Close the registry editor and restart the system<br><br>
>>> --<br><br>
>>> <b>" Drive mapping under Windows Vista: "</b><br><br>
>>> You can now map a network drive to your computer with the steps
>>> below:<br><br>
>>> 1. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map network drive..."<br>
>>> 2. Select the drive letter you want to use (for example "G:")<br>
>>> 3. Type the folder which you want to map (for example
>>> "\\CH3SNAS\Volume_1").<br>
>>> 4. Click "Different user name" and type the username "Guest" (or another
>>> username)<br>
>>> and the password which is configured for the 'network storage device'
>>> share.<br>
>>> 5. Click "OK" and Click "Finish".<br><br>
>>> Your 'netowrk storage device' share is now mapped to a drive letter on
>>> your computer.<br>
>>>
>>> de NAS:
>>> http://www.conceptronic.net/site/des...WNAS&subid=550
>>>

>>
>> Is dit voor jou toepasbaar? http://www.vistawindow.org/login.htm
>>

>
> dank voor je antwoord!
>
> dat maakt gebruik van secpol.msc, en dat zit nou juist niet bij Vista
> Home...
>

Klopt, in Vista home is de secpol niet aanwezig maar de optie heeft het over
een alternatief dat toegepast kan worden?


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Old 11-01-2008
Gandalf Gladstone
 

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Re: Alternatief voor secpol.msc?

"Gandalf Gladstone" <Gandalf G.@imaginary«.com> schreef in bericht
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>
> "Sjoerd" <Dont@spam.me> schreef in bericht
> news:490c35b8$0$201$e4fe514c@news.xs4all.nl...
>> Ik heb een probleempje waarvan ik hoop dat je me ermee kunnen helpen.
>>
>> Ik draai Vista Home Premium SP1 en probeer verbinding te maken (netwerk
>> map te maken) met een NAS waar een eenvoudige samba server op draait. Nu
>> kan Vista geen verbinding maken met de map. Vista kan wel verbinding
>> maken met de homepage van de NAS, en mijn XP machine, die aan hetzelfde
>> netwerk hangt, maakt prima verbinding met het pad.
>>
>> De faq van de fabrikant biedt de hieronder ge copy-paste oplossing.
>>
>> Bij Vista Home zit blijkbaar geen secpol.msc.
>>
>> De gesuggereerde oplossing voor Vista Home met regedit werkt niet. Vista
>> kan de map nog steeds niet vinden.
>>
>> Is er een alternatief voor secpol.msc?
>>
>> Hebben jullie misschien een andere oplossing?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> vr, groet,
>>
>> Sjoerd
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> <B>! Windows Vista Network Note !</B>
>> <br>
>> The security policies which are being used by Windows Vista are not
>> supported by the
>> Samba software in the 'network storage device'.<br>
>> Therefore, to use file shares/folders of your 'network storage device',
>> you need to change this the
>> security policies of Windows Vista.<br><br>
>> --<br><br>
>> <b>" Windows Vista Ultimate users: "</b><br><br>
>> Changing the security settings.<br>
>> 1. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Run".<br>
>> 2. Type "secpol.msc" and click "OK".<br>
>> 3. Allow Windows to open the Security Policies window by clicking
>> "Continue".<br>
>> 4. Click "Local Policies" and choose "Security options".<br>
>> 5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level"
>> and select "Properties".<br>
>> 6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
>> NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>
>> 7. Click "Apply" and "OK" and close the Security Policies screen.<br>
>> 8. Reboot your computer.<br><br>
>> --<br><br>
>> <b>" Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) users: "</b><br><br>
>> Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) are not shipped with the
>> 'secpol.msc' component.<br>
>> Therefore, the product will not work with these Vista editions unless
>> this procedure is followed:<br><br>
>> 1. Start up 'regedit'<br>
>> 2. Browse to key folder
>> 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
>> 3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>
>> 4. Close the registry editor and restart the system<br><br>
>> --<br><br>
>> <b>" Drive mapping under Windows Vista: "</b><br><br>
>> You can now map a network drive to your computer with the steps
>> below:<br><br>
>> 1. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map network drive..."<br>
>> 2. Select the drive letter you want to use (for example "G:")<br>
>> 3. Type the folder which you want to map (for example
>> "\\CH3SNAS\Volume_1").<br>
>> 4. Click "Different user name" and type the username "Guest" (or another
>> username)<br>
>> and the password which is configured for the 'network storage device'
>> share.<br>
>> 5. Click "OK" and Click "Finish".<br><br>
>> Your 'netowrk storage device' share is now mapped to a drive letter on
>> your computer.<br>
>>
>> de NAS:
>> http://www.conceptronic.net/site/des...WNAS&subid=550

>
>
> Er wordt gesuggereerd dat dit een oplossing kan bieden?
> http://www.vistax64.com/vista-genera...5-01/1329.html



Heb je op de site van Conceptronic op de FAQ link geklikt?
Zie onderstaand concept:


F.A.Q. Number : 363
How to solve security problems with drive mappings, under Windows Vista?

B>! Windows Vista Network Note !</B>
<br>
The security policies which are being used by Windows Vista are not
supported by the
Samba software in the 'network storage device'.<br>
Therefore, to use file shares/folders of your 'network storage device', you
need to change this the
security policies of Windows Vista.<br><br>
--<br><br>
<b>" Windows Vista Ultimate users: "</b><br><br>
Changing the security settings.<br>
1. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Run".<br>
2. Type "secpol.msc" and click "OK".<br>
3. Allow Windows to open the Security Policies window by clicking
"Continue".<br>
4. Click "Local Policies" and choose "Security options".<br>
5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level" and
select "Properties".<br>
6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>
7. Click "Apply" and "OK" and close the Security Policies screen.<br>
8. Reboot your computer.<br><br>--<br><br><b>
" Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) users: "</b><br><br>


Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) are not shipped with the 'secpol.msc'
component.<br>
Therefore, the product will not work with these Vista editions unless this
procedure is followed:<br><br>
1. Start up 'regedit'<br>
2. Browse to key folder
'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>
4. Close the registry editor and restart the system<br><br>--<br><br><b>
" Drive mapping under Windows Vista: "</b><br><br>

You can now map a network drive to your computer with the steps
below:<br><br>
1. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map network drive..."<br>
2. Select the drive letter you want to use (for example "G:")<br>
3. Type the folder which you want to map (for example
"\\CH3SNAS\Volume_1").<br>
4. Click "Different user name" and type the username "Guest" (or another
username)<br>
and the password which is configured for the 'network storage device'
share.<br>
5. Click "OK" and Click "Finish".<br><br>
Your 'netowrk storage device' share is now mapped to a drive letter on your
computer.<br>


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Sjoerd
 

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Re: Alternatief voor secpol.msc?

"Gandalf Gladstone" <Gandalf G.@imaginary«.com> schreef in bericht
news:e0SCsVFPJHA.588@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>
> "Gandalf Gladstone" <Gandalf G.@imaginary«.com> schreef in bericht
> news:e2y49ZBPJHA.3528@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
>>
>> "Sjoerd" <Dont@spam.me> schreef in bericht
>> news:490c35b8$0$201$e4fe514c@news.xs4all.nl...
>>> Ik heb een probleempje waarvan ik hoop dat je me ermee kunnen helpen.
>>>
>>> Ik draai Vista Home Premium SP1 en probeer verbinding te maken (netwerk
>>> map te maken) met een NAS waar een eenvoudige samba server op draait.
>>> Nu kan Vista geen verbinding maken met de map. Vista kan wel verbinding
>>> maken met de homepage van de NAS, en mijn XP machine, die aan hetzelfde
>>> netwerk hangt, maakt prima verbinding met het pad.
>>>
>>> De faq van de fabrikant biedt de hieronder ge copy-paste oplossing.
>>>
>>> Bij Vista Home zit blijkbaar geen secpol.msc.
>>>
>>> De gesuggereerde oplossing voor Vista Home met regedit werkt niet. Vista
>>> kan de map nog steeds niet vinden.
>>>
>>> Is er een alternatief voor secpol.msc?
>>>
>>> Hebben jullie misschien een andere oplossing?
>>>
>>> Thanks!
>>>
>>> vr, groet,
>>>
>>> Sjoerd
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> <B>! Windows Vista Network Note !</B>
>>> <br>
>>> The security policies which are being used by Windows Vista are not
>>> supported by the
>>> Samba software in the 'network storage device'.<br>
>>> Therefore, to use file shares/folders of your 'network storage device',
>>> you need to change this the
>>> security policies of Windows Vista.<br><br>
>>> --<br><br>
>>> <b>" Windows Vista Ultimate users: "</b><br><br>
>>> Changing the security settings.<br>
>>> 1. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Run".<br>
>>> 2. Type "secpol.msc" and click "OK".<br>
>>> 3. Allow Windows to open the Security Policies window by clicking
>>> "Continue".<br>
>>> 4. Click "Local Policies" and choose "Security options".<br>
>>> 5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level"
>>> and select "Properties".<br>
>>> 6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
>>> NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>
>>> 7. Click "Apply" and "OK" and close the Security Policies screen.<br>
>>> 8. Reboot your computer.<br><br>
>>> --<br><br>
>>> <b>" Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) users: "</b><br><br>
>>> Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) are not shipped with the
>>> 'secpol.msc' component.<br>
>>> Therefore, the product will not work with these Vista editions unless
>>> this procedure is followed:<br><br>
>>> 1. Start up 'regedit'<br>
>>> 2. Browse to key folder
>>> 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
>>> 3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>
>>> 4. Close the registry editor and restart the system<br><br>
>>> --<br><br>
>>> <b>" Drive mapping under Windows Vista: "</b><br><br>
>>> You can now map a network drive to your computer with the steps
>>> below:<br><br>
>>> 1. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map network drive..."<br>
>>> 2. Select the drive letter you want to use (for example "G:")<br>
>>> 3. Type the folder which you want to map (for example
>>> "\\CH3SNAS\Volume_1").<br>
>>> 4. Click "Different user name" and type the username "Guest" (or another
>>> username)<br>
>>> and the password which is configured for the 'network storage device'
>>> share.<br>
>>> 5. Click "OK" and Click "Finish".<br><br>
>>> Your 'netowrk storage device' share is now mapped to a drive letter on
>>> your computer.<br>
>>>
>>> de NAS:
>>> http://www.conceptronic.net/site/des...WNAS&subid=550

>>
>>
>> Er wordt gesuggereerd dat dit een oplossing kan bieden?
>> http://www.vistax64.com/vista-genera...5-01/1329.html

>
>
> Heb je op de site van Conceptronic op de FAQ link geklikt?
> Zie onderstaand concept:
>
>
> F.A.Q. Number : 363
> How to solve security problems with drive mappings, under Windows Vista?
>
> B>! Windows Vista Network Note !</B>
> <br>
> The security policies which are being used by Windows Vista are not
> supported by the
> Samba software in the 'network storage device'.<br>
> Therefore, to use file shares/folders of your 'network storage device',
> you need to change this the
> security policies of Windows Vista.<br><br>
> --<br><br>
> <b>" Windows Vista Ultimate users: "</b><br><br>
> Changing the security settings.<br>
> 1. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Run".<br>
> 2. Type "secpol.msc" and click "OK".<br>
> 3. Allow Windows to open the Security Policies window by clicking
> "Continue".<br>
> 4. Click "Local Policies" and choose "Security options".<br>
> 5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level" and
> select "Properties".<br>
> 6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
> NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>
> 7. Click "Apply" and "OK" and close the Security Policies screen.<br>
> 8. Reboot your computer.<br><br>--<br><br><b>
> " Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) users: "</b><br><br>
>
>
> Windows Vista Home (Basic / Premium) are not shipped with the 'secpol.msc'
> component.<br>
> Therefore, the product will not work with these Vista editions unless this
> procedure is followed:<br><br>
> 1. Start up 'regedit'<br>
> 2. Browse to key folder
> 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
> 3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>
> 4. Close the registry editor and restart the system<br><br>--<br><br><b>
> " Drive mapping under Windows Vista: "</b><br><br>
>
> You can now map a network drive to your computer with the steps
> below:<br><br>
> 1. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map network drive..."<br>
> 2. Select the drive letter you want to use (for example "G:")<br>
> 3. Type the folder which you want to map (for example
> "\\CH3SNAS\Volume_1").<br>
> 4. Click "Different user name" and type the username "Guest" (or another
> username)<br>
> and the password which is configured for the 'network storage device'
> share.<br>
> 5. Click "OK" and Click "Finish".<br><br>
> Your 'netowrk storage device' share is now mapped to a drive letter on
> your computer.<br>
>


yes, vandaar de zin:

>> De faq van de fabrikant biedt de hieronder ge copy-paste oplossing.


en de copy-paste eronder. ik heb de regedit truc geprobeerd, maar die werkte
niet...


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Old 11-01-2008
karelV
 

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Re: Alternatief voor secpol.msc?
Sjoerd schreef op 1-11-2008 20:52:

>>>> Ik draai Vista Home Premium SP1 en probeer verbinding te maken (netwerk
>>>> map te maken) met een NAS waar een eenvoudige samba server op draait.
>>>> Nu kan Vista geen verbinding maken met de map. Vista kan wel verbinding
>>>> maken met de homepage van de NAS, en mijn XP machine, die aan hetzelfde
>>>> netwerk hangt, maakt prima verbinding met het pad.
>>>>
>>>> De faq van de fabrikant biedt de hieronder ge copy-paste oplossing.
>>>>
>>>> Bij Vista Home zit blijkbaar geen secpol.msc.
>>>>
>>>> De gesuggereerde oplossing voor Vista Home met regedit werkt niet. Vista
>>>> kan de map nog steeds niet vinden.
>>>>
>>>> Is er een alternatief voor secpol.msc?
>>>>

[met secpol:]
>>>> 5. Right click on "Network security: LAN Manager authentication level"
>>>> and select "Properties".<br>
>>>> 6. Change the value "Sent NTLMv2 response only" to "Send LM&NTLM - use
>>>> NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".<br>

[met regedit:]
>>>> 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa'<br>
>>>> 3. Change the 'LmCompatibilityLevel' key value to '1'<br>


Beide methoden doen *precies* hetzelfde. Het heeft geen zin om naar
secpol te zoeken als je de regedit-methode toepast!

Kun je die map niet koppelen aan een driveletter met
net use x: \\CH3SNAS\Volume_1\Submap , of voor 'hergebruik' met
net use x: \\CH3SNAS\Volume_1\Submap /persistent:yes ??

http://technet2.microsoft.com/window....mspx?mfr=true

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