I have posted the below, to two other threads on this site. It appears
to me all three are related in the ability for Vista to retain logins.
Not just retain them but they are rejected as incorrect credentials,
even when confirmed they are correct. I use the same login to remote to
the server and it works fine. They worked fine three weeks ago.
*Vista HP and Windows 2000 Server*
I see there have been a few posts in regards to this issue on this site
under slightly different headings. I am having the same problem and have
tried several fixes suggested by various sites including Micosofts Vista
support. None of them have worked (Registry edits, Server name login,
etc.). My Vista Home Premium connected just fine until about two weeks
ago. On boot up it would not always recognize networked drives (it did
recognize 3 out of 4) but I could double click the unconnected drive and
it always opened up. Somewhere in the last couple weeks there was an
update to Vista (the W2K server is not set for updates and is at SP3).
Now all of the networked drives require login and an error ststing the
login is incorrect comes up. I can remote into the server with the same
login just fine but I cannot acces the mapped drives. We have several
different OS's connecting to this server just fine and I can log onto
shared drives on those computers but not the Windows 2000 Server. Again
there have been NO changes to the W2K server system but the Vista has
had changes. I ran SP1 early this week to see if that would help. No
change. I have spoken with a couple other people who are experiencing
the same thing with Vista HP and W2K Server.
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