Ah, yes... As I recall, the "encrypted" hash used for authentication is controlled by this system value... level 1 specifically removes support for "NETSERVER" password hash value (actually NTLMv2 LAN Manager hash).

That's a real problem... I wonder if Kerberos might be a way around this. I can't remember if there are restrictions for Kerberos regarding QPWDLVL.


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Yes I have completed that on both systems.
Everything is the same on both systems except for the system value QPWDLVL (Password Level) on the source system it's set to 2 and the target it's 1.

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