I have a laptop on which i'm logging on through my domain at my office AND at my home (cached profile).
I'm logging on my SA-4000 at my home fine, start WSAM (I have a role that let me access my file server), I search for the ip address of my file server and I find it. I double-click on it and it ask me for my credential (Windows 2003 domain from my office WHICH is the same credential that i'm logged on my laptop).
Then, I instantly have an error message:
"incorrect session login, the username you enter is identical to the username you used to open the session"
If I use another doamin\username, it works fine.
??!!?? Any helps ??!!??
I don't want two create two username for everyone using my file sharing option on my VPN-SSL SA-4000 !!
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I enter the ip, not the server name when searching.
If I enter the same username (as I use when log on my laptop) when trying to access my file server; it is not working.
if I enter another username (it is working.)
thx for your help.
First, add the ip address of the fileserver to the Users>Usersrole>SAM>Allowed Servers.
Example: 10.0.0.2 and ports 139,445
Second, add it to the SAM policies in Users>Resource Policies>SAM>Access Control and apply it to the role.
Example: 10.0.0.2 :139:445
Looks like it is not the access/policies not properly configured on the SA-4000 (because if I enter a different username from the one logged on my laptop, it is working). So my policy is working fine.
Windows do not accept me entering the same username/password.
Surely, I am not the only person trying to set up file server access through a SA-4000 and logging on under a domain (loccaly stored profile) from home??
thx for your help!!!!!!!!!!
Yes, I had to make a VBscript (including the username) to map the drive. It worked.
What did the script say?
Something like this?
Set oNet = CreateObject("WScript.Network")
onet-MapNetworkDrive "X:", "\\" & servername & "\" & sharename, , DomainName\UserName, Password