On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 11:18:05PM +0200, Javier Conti wrote: > > It is known for Windows 7 (I don't know about Linux clients) to behave > differently from Windows XP. > If you are using samba for the authentication then perhaps adding: server signing = auto to the smb.conf will help. By default Win 7 uses SMB signing, if you put this option on then samba will check if SMB signing is being used and respond appropriately. This obviates the need for trying to tweak the Win 7 security settings down which really is a losing proposition since every time you rebuild the Win 7 client machine you have to remember to redo the security tweak or your environment may simply not allow you to adjust these settings. -- Brett Lymn "Warning: The information contained in this email and any attached files is confidential to BAE Systems Australia. If you are not the intended recipient, any use, disclosure or copying of this email or any attachments is expressly prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please notify us immediately. VIRUS: Every care has been taken to ensure this email and its attachments are virus free, however, any loss or damage incurred in using this email is not the sender's responsibility. It is your responsibility to ensure virus checks are completed before installing any data sent in this email to your computer."
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