"at the webinterface" means, that you log into your snapserver management interface (you call the ip-adress or the hostname of the server in your browser), where you can administrate the snapos-settings...
I just wanted to say a huuuuuuge thank you to Ian for your last post! I've been struggling with this problem for months since our beloved directors decided that we had to have Vista to be seen as modern and "IT with it!"
The change has been one problem after another but i can finally cross this one off my list!
Hi, all. The fantastic suggestions here helped me successfully connect my Vista Business machine to my Snap 4100, but every time I reboot my PC the drive fails to reconnect.
Anyone have any suggestions on how I can fix that?
Also, the Snap in our domain is configured to grant permissions to any authenticated domain user, so when I map the Snap should I use my personal username and pw for the domain or the admin username and and pw?
hi, thanks for all your help here.
just one more thiing: i did not fiind an answert to: how to delete non empty folders.
is there any way i can solve that problem? my vista just does not do that.
We also have a Snap Server 1100 and have compatibility issues with Windows VISTA.
The positng by Ian D references an option under Administrative Tools entitled "Local Security Policy". This option does not appear on the version of VISTA I am running. In fact, when I do a global search for "Local Security Policy" in Windows, I get no hits. Has anyone out there encountered this situation? Any suggestions on how to make VISTA talk to the Snap Server?
hi, i have a problem with my vista business and snap server 1100, i can't create a folder on snap server from my pc with vista, when i try to create, vista crash and on snap server create a lot of empty folder...someone can help me?????
Yes if you use one of the Vista home editions there's no such thing as "local security policy."
The only fix I Know of are to disable NTLM v.2 through the registry.
The steps are:
1. Click start
2. Type: regedit
3. Press enter
4. In the left, expand these folders: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\
5. In the left, click on the folder named: Lsa
6. In the right, double-click "LmCompatibilityLevel"
7. Type the number 1 and press enter
8. Restart your computer
I was able to create a new folder on my machine and then copy that new folder over to the snap drive. When I copy the folder over to the snap drive Vista will indicate that there is already a folder with that name regardless of how unique I make the name something with SnapOS probably. Nonetheless, I tell Vista to contiune to replace the folder on Snap Server and it will copy my folder over and then I can save whatever I want in that folder. A couple of extra steps but it works. Now in regards to the deleting of non-empty directories still need to delete what is inside folder before I can delete the folder...
We have a Snap Server 1100 on a workgroup at work and I spent hours trying to fix the "" appending in front of the username until I found this thread.
For others out there in the same position as me here is a quick step by step guide on how to modify Vista and fix the backslash problem.
1) Click Start
2) Click Control Panel (not classic view)
3) Click System & Maintenance
4) Click Administrative Tools
5) Double Click Local Security Policy
6) On the left pane, click to expand Local Policies
7) On the left pane, click on Security Options
8) Now, on the right pane, near the bottom, click on
Network Security LAN Manager Authentication Level
9) On the drop down, change the default setting (NTLMv2 only) to
Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session if negotiated.