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Otherwise you get a persistence level of 'log in session'. And the ones that don't need username/password access the NAS anonymously.I've never had to login to my Buffalo NAS.And now I'm on a completely new install of Windows and it's asking However, I have never set up a domain.I decided to try the option [offered in the dialogue] of logging in using a different account/credentials; this hadn't worked before, but I used Top pwilson Guru Posts: 22589 Joined: Fri Mar 06, 2009 11:20 am Model: TS-x70 Pro Location: Victoria, BC, Canada (UTC-08:00) Re: Windows does not remember user and pass Quote Postby pwilson have a peek here
Then in Credential Manager click "Add a Windows Credential": enter device name (LS-CHL, in my case) as internet/network address, user name (without domain name) and password. The problem comes from our main file server, which is currently Ubuntu 9.04. Sunday, March 01, 2015 9:37 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote In case anyone else still has this problem: I found that Credential Manager was saying it was Kougar, Oct 11, 2009 #7 Ian Administrator Joined: Oct 17, 2008 Messages: 3,435 Likes Received: 625 I'm not sure on how to do this either, but I'll see if I can
Windows 7 Forgets Mapped Drive Credentials
This persists after a reboot. All that fancy aero graphics and it can't even do what the command line does. Log off from you Windows account and then log in again.
I just added the credentials to windows credential manager and never had to type passwords. Locate and select "Send LM & NTLM - user NTLMv2 session security if negotiated". Passwords on Windows 8 in User Accounts and Family Safety Is there any way to not have a password to log into my new laptop with windows 8 on it. How To Change Persistence Of A Windows 7 Credential Am I correct in assuming that this would work if I was logged into my computer with a different username?
Is it ".\" that I enter when I wish to login (physically) on the machine or something else ? Windows 7 Does Not Save Network Login Credentials Things to do when in trouble (direct copy pastes without source because I'll probably be not allowed just to copy paste links in this comment)... In my case the persistence is always set to login session. So I restarted the NAS for it to reset any cached IPs / session cache but nothing changed.
If necessary, delete whatever is there and enter the credentials you want windows to use. Retrieving Saved Password Of Windows Shares Report Inappropriate Content Message 16 of 19 (4,699 Views) Reply 0 Kudos StephenB Guru Posts: 29,931 Registered: 2015-07-16 Re: Must enter username/password to access NAS Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe Now I'm experiencing the following problem: every time I restart the PCs and try to access the NAS, the login window appears saying that username and password were wrong. My problem is that after every reboot trying to run a script (with PowerShell) that is stored on the server does not work, and I have to manually enter the mapped
Windows 7 Does Not Save Network Login Credentials
Everytime I access the XP drive I am asked for username & password even though everytime I enter it I tick the "Remember my credentials" box. That is it. Windows 7 Forgets Mapped Drive Credentials Use UPS.Infrant Readynas NV+ | Readynas Ultra 6 Plus | Readynas 316 Report Inappropriate Content Message 2 of 19 (7,873 Views) Reply 0 Kudos chokobanana Tutor Posts: 41 Registered: 2013-07-25 Re: Windows 10 Forgets Mapped Drive Credentials where are you tring to save them?
I don't have the political clout to force an entire government sector into do things differently and pay more to replace a system that is simple to manage with one that The time now is 11:23. You could try adding a Windows credential for the NAS. Frank Edited by FrankM. _ Monday, October 20, 2014 5:28 PM Monday, October 20, 2014 4:50 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote UPDATE - FIXED! Windows 10 Not Remembering Network Credentials
Test again with above command... We spend a lot of time remapping network drive in enterprise environment where I work. Once in an non-administrator command prompt, and again in an adminstrator command prompt. Check This Out Our tutorials cover many common Windows 7 topics.
I have a ReadyNAS with a share named "Guest." It is Read/Write with Guest Access Enable.I have a user on the ReadyNAS named "John" and "John" has a password.I have a Windows Xp Remember Network Drive Password We needed to include the box's name before the credentials just like if you are signing into a domain. Edited by sindsind Monday, July 21, 2014 7:50 PM Monday, July 21, 2014 7:49 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks D-TrainCanada.
You must remove or change the drive letter reservation under 'Storage'.
If you can't do that, take a look at the Map Network Drive dialog and there is a "Connect using different credentials" option. Hank Joined: Jan 2, 2010 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Location: Burlington, WV Redhotorange said: I had the same problem for a long while, but tonight I seem to have solved That worked for me - but I don't have passwords that long, so no promises KeithJ, Nov 16, 2009 #16 Redhotorange Joined: Dec 6, 2009 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 3 Windows 7 Credential Manager Not Saving The sequence is important.Click to expand...
I notice that the persistence on the desktop is "Logon Session" and on the laptop "Enterprise" but have no idea about the significance of that, or how to change it. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Reply Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic for Current User Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page « Message Listing « Previous this contact form Report Inappropriate Content Message 13 of 19 (4,699 Views) Reply 0 Kudos chokobanana Tutor Posts: 41 Registered: 2013-07-25 Re: Must enter username/password to access NAS Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe
I have never used or setup home groups on any of them. As a result my credentials have persisted across logins. Assuming the issue is with needing a different user's credentials to access the server's mapped location, try this: (This is more of a work-around than a solution, and exploiting a bug Sign-in your network storage device manually as before.
ADVICE - read the manual (online) and use the forum search feature (upper right hand corner) before posting.Chances are very good you will find your answer.It is a recommended to use Windows 8 w/MCE won't save network folder's passwords. Computer 3 is my basement computer, has user ID basement, has no password. I'm not sure what the default user is.
You can be a hero to your users if you run the Logon script on the desktop to avoid a restart. Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 Quote: Originally Posted by rjay Hi Ken, No it's a clean install of W7 ... Log off window and then log back on, your device should be connected automatically. Windows 7: Network password/credentials not remembered Page 1 of 2 1 2 > 18 Dec 2009 #1 rjay Windows 7 Pro 9 posts Network password/credentials not remembered I
The thing is that the constant requirement of entering user passwords everything we switch is very annoying. You are doing it wrong. OS Windows 8.1 Quote 16 Nov 2013 #2 Clint View Profile View Forum Posts Cisco Posts : 511 Windows 10 Pro 64 bit See if this works. Can someone explain which of the above fixes I should use on the computer that now has the scanner, so that when I go to my 'server' computer I do not
Modem Router, NAS Drive, win7 64bit laptop set up in WORKGROUP. Friday, September 02, 2011 10:39 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Mine problem has been solved by a pure coincidance.. I have checked, and drive encryption is turned off. After all sorts of attempts to fix saved credentials/network policy, etc I found the only way to have the mapping persistent is to have the Windows login username match the remote
How do I login if Windows Explorer doesn't ask for credentials?I have logged into the NAS admin and compared the directories and they all look the same. I am surprised, since I assume that Read/Write and Guest Enabled should be able to get into the machine without a password. What is gpedit ?