Gary Stark View 10/04/2011 Our pleasure. Gordon Freeman View 12/06/2010 Thank you so much! The first user name (laptop, usally connected wireless) is "Antoinne", the second user name (desktop connected by wire through router) is "Informatio CM". Click Credential Manager. 3. Source
Sometimes when searching Google and all the other blogs it really makes a difference what you're question is. Disable them (for troubleshooting). For private folders, on the "Server" (a regular Win 8.1 Pro machine): I set share and NTFS ("Security Tab") permissions with the Microsoft account. Contact the Administrator of this server to find out if you have access permission.
I go into the Credential Manager and the Windows credentials is blank. Any suggestions? I have the same problem in XP. Your solution has me connecting to the mapped drive every time, with the credentials remembered.
Anya View 22/03/2011 You have NO idea how much I appreciate this.. Click Start and click Control Panel. 2. https://support.microsoft.com/kb/230738 Use the option that involves registry edit. How To Change Persistence Of A Windows 7 Credential She might have NTFS permissions to the contents but if she doesn't have Share permissions, that will cause this to happen. 3 1 2 3 Next ► This discussion has been
Both companies (MS and Apple) are very short on support of this. Why is generating 8 random bits uniform on (0, 255)? Gary Stark View 27/01/2011 Glad to be able to help. I've got so many different computers here, running OSX, as well as various shades of linux and various shades of Windows that I cannot be bothered introducing that into the mix.
Create a credential with the actual IP address and not the name of the server. What Are Network Credentials Windows 10 Thanks Bilal Reply With Quote July 13th, 2016,08:38 AM #10 DayLoop View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Jul 2016 Posts 1 Originally Posted by Bilal Hi Jones sorry My computer is not a member of the domain, but I access domain resources. I like using net use net use z: \\server\sharename If you're in a workground environment, if you create the same user name and password on the shared machine as you're logging
CompGeeAug 18, 2014, 9:47 PM Okay. Igorian View 01/09/2011 Forgot one detail… When mapping the drive, it won't create new Credential Manager settings unless you click the ‘Connect using different credentials' checkbox. Windows 7 Forgets Mapped Drive Credentials windows-xp networking passwords network-shares share|improve this question edited Dec 16 '12 at 15:57 slhck 129k38333372 asked Apr 13 '10 at 4:56 Ravisha 1203515 add a comment| 5 Answers 5 active oldest Cannot Map Network Drive Windows 7 Thanks!**Library ~ SynologyWiki ~ Synology FAQ ~ Compatibility ListsForum Links ~ Forum Policy ~ 3rd-party forums ~ Help us help you ~ Posting ImagesDemo Links ~ DSM GUI ~ Photo Station
In the User name field, type in your username used to access the resource or Web site. 6. this contact form I do use a different username/password for the desktop and laptop. With the Win7 machine, it's telling me it's wrong. "Where are all the stupid people from? Posts: 8 Joined: Sun Nov 19, 2006 10:31 pm Re: Mapped Drive asking for Password Quote Postby Antoinne » Sun Nov 19, 2006 10:59 pm Taken wrote:Hope this helps others having Windows 7 Does Not Save Network Login Credentials
You'll notice that the credential now has an enterprise persistence state. That's what I'm using on the XP machine when I connect through that one. Top Franklin Synology Inc Posts: 6664 Joined: Sat Oct 14, 2006 11:33 pm Location: Washington, USA Quote Postby Franklin » Thu Nov 23, 2006 1:28 am Took a little while to have a peek here Use your regular name and password without the domain prefix.
with Tweak) are the same as on the Syno box. The Network Folder Specified Is Currently Mapped Using A Different User Name And Password On the "Client" (also a Win 8.1 pro) I'll automatically get access to these shares (and can map them without having to change credentials). But they are not reconnected automaticly (needed for opening the datafiles of different applications).
Again the mapping worked, but this time the Persistence setting was set to "Enterprise". Top Suse I'm New! That might help. **Franklin is not available****Please do not Private Message me for support questions; leave it on the forum so all members can learn. Windows 7 Credential Manager Not Saving Chris View 15/12/2011 After couple of hours I almost got desperated to properly and conveniently connect our new Win7Ultimate to our OSX-Server (with WInXP was no problem so far).
It looks like that somehow old entries are causing this problem... Please refer to this guide viewtopic.php?p=410 So, once you have figured out what your user name is, you'll have to create an account on the Synology server which has the same I now have this setting being applied domain wide. Check This Out Windows 7? 3 hours of hacking with no fruition until this.
More: How to Disable Password Protected Sharing in Windows 7? #5 Captain Jack, Jul 29, 2011 Last edited: Jul 29, 2011 1bikenut New MemberJoined:Jul 29, 2011Messages:6Likes Received:0 Re: REQUIRED PASSWORD FOR Now it should be fixed. Online Community Forum Skip to content Quick links Unanswered posts Active topics Search Forums Facebook Twitter Youtube FAQ Login Register Search Login Register Search Advanced search Board index Using Your Synology Timothy S View 12/03/2011 Thank you so much for this!
User names on WS and Server are the same but have different passwords. The credentials manager works great until you reboot. Posts 2,688 What happens/doesn't happen when you try to map? Mapping Drives across a Wireless Network solved Access a mapped drive outside home/lan network solved Network usb drive asking for username and password Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around
My Syno box is the 106e. And how'd they get to be so dumb?" Reply With Quote January 12th, 2014,06:21 AM #9 Bilal View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Jan 2014 Posts 1 Need Windows 7 - Enabling Single Click In this article, I told about how I was setting... If yes - its asking for the user name and password of the other PC...If the other pc is XP and does not have a password - then you need to
MT View 17/06/2010 It didn't work for me… fmeneghini View 03/08/2010 This didn’t work for me - Win 7 Pro. The Specified Network Path is Invalid." even i logged on as a Admin. Gary Stark View 13/03/2011 We're thrilled that it worked for you. Reboot.
Have you Tried the admin Password?