booting to dos



papadave98
07-09-2005, 11:51 PM
i am booting from CD to dos and trying to connect to a 2003 server in AD. i
authenticate to the network just fine but when i try and map a drive, i get
access denied, like there is some kind of security setting on the server (or
in AD) preventing me from doing so.

bill
07-09-2005, 11:51 PM
Have you checked the security and system logs on the server? See if there is
an error being generated there (you should see something like "User access
denied" and a reason below it.

"papadave98" wrote:

> i am booting from CD to dos and trying to connect to a 2003 server in AD. i
> authenticate to the network just fine but when i try and map a drive, i get
> access denied, like there is some kind of security setting on the server (or
> in AD) preventing me from doing so.

Dusko Savatovic
07-09-2005, 11:52 PM
You should try to disable SMB signing.
In Domain policy, Domain Controllers policy or server's local policy,
disable:
- Digitally encrypt or sign secure channel data (always)
- Digitally sign communications (always)

Dusko savatovic

"bill" <bill@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Have you checked the security and system logs on the server? See if there
> is
> an error being generated there (you should see something like "User access
> denied" and a reason below it.
>
> "papadave98" wrote:
>
>> i am booting from CD to dos and trying to connect to a 2003 server in AD.
>> i
>> authenticate to the network just fine but when i try and map a drive, i
>> get
>> access denied, like there is some kind of security setting on the server
>> (or
>> in AD) preventing me from doing so.


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