|13 Dec 2009||#1|
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Windows 7 Home & Samba issues
I'm using Windows 7 Home and had problems logging on to samba drives because of the username/password issue.
Since the Home edition denies access to edit security policies to change the LM/NTLM Reponses settings, what I do is to call out the Credential Manager to set up credential by entering the drives' IP addresses, my username and password.
I, now, can access my mapped network drives everytime I double-click on them without being asked for username and password again.
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