Re: Connecting to a Network Attached Storage device
The better solution is to upgrade your NAS device -- this happens on
Samba-based NAS boxes running a version of Samba earlier than 3.0.22.
First, contact the manufacturer for an update to a later version of Samba.
If they don't have an update available, then the above post is a good
workaround. Since you don't have secpol.msc (Home versions don't), run
regedit.exe and go to
By default, this is 0x3; change it to 0x1.
"Jay In Denver" <JayInDenver@discussions.microsoft.com> a Ã©crit dans le
message de news:88C33331-C573-4B84-836D-C26A2DA6E455@microsoft.com...
>I am having the same problem. I have followed the steps you said, but I
> a problem.
> When I click Start, Control Panel, System and Maintenance, Administrative
> Tools, this is as far as I can go. I am not able to find the Local
> Policy. Here is what I have.
> Computer Management
> Data Sources
> Event Viewer
> iSCSI Initiator
> Memory Diagnostics Tool
> Reliability and Performance Monitor
> System Configuration
> Task Scheduler
> Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
> Please advise how to continue since the Local Security Policy isn't
> "Jimmy Brush" wrote:
>> Please try this:
>> - Click Start
>> - Click Control Panel
>> - Click System and Maintenance
>> - Click Administrative Tools
>> - Double-Click Local Security Policy
>> - In the left pane, click the triangle next to Local Policy
>> - In the left pane, click Security Options
>> - In the right pane near the bottom, double-click "Network security: LAN
>> manager authentication level"
>> - Click the drop-down box, and click "Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session
>> security if negotiated"
>> - Click OK
>> - JB
>> Windows Vista Support Faq