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Password protecting shared files on NT and W98
frogsie May-19-02 04:02 AM
Hi,

I'm really stumped on this one and have heard it might be a known problem but don't know if there's a fix:

All our PCs are Microsoft networked - some run on Windows 98 and others on Microsoft NT. The option to restrict access to a shared folders on W98 is to password protect it - in which case the other W98 users can access it with the password but the NT users cannot; it is unable to find the username/id.

The other way works fine - the option for NT users to restrict access to their shared folders is to set up access to only certain users.

Any help greatly appreciated!!


1. RE: Password protecting shared files on NT and W98
lbyard May-20-02 12:12 PM
In response to message 0
“Windows NT Client Unable to Connect to Windows 95 Server (Q131675)” at http://support.microsoft.com/search/preview.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q131675 )copy and paste the entire link) applies to Windows 95 and 98 (and probably Me). It has some possible workarounds. Larry

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