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RE: Netserver getting wrong user name from WinXP user?



fixed

Wait... XP? Okay, do this, I think we had this issue too. Check which
"domain" your iSeries is in. And look at which "domain" you user is in. If
it is different, try putting (you as400 domain)/username. 



Mike Wills
Lawson Programmer/Administrator
Taylor Development
Email: mnwills@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Direct Line: (507) 625-3187

-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Vicker, CCP [mailto:rv-lists@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2003 12:50 PM
To: PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users
Subject: Re: [PCTECH] Netserver getting wrong user name from WinXP user?

Mike,

Been there. No users are disabled. I have even stopped and started Netserver
before I noticed the details in sessions. As I wrote in netserver/sessions
it shows his PC with a user of _user@xxxxxxxxxxx when it should be _user_
and is obviously being sent by the PC for some strange MS reason.

Roger Vicker, CCP

On 10/16/2003 11:19 AM, Wills, Mike N. (TC) wrote:

>Try going into iSeries Operations/(your 
>system)/network/tcp_ip/netserver right click and choose disabled users.
>
>
>
>Mike Wills
>Lawson Programmer/Administrator
>Taylor Development
>Email: mnwills@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Direct Line: (507) 625-3187
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Roger Vicker, CCP [mailto:rv-lists@xxxxxxxxxx]
>Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2003 10:12 AM
>To: PcTech@xxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [PCTECH] Netserver getting wrong user name from WinXP user?
>
>Hello,
>
>I've searched the archives for this because I think I remember it 
>coming up before (might even have been me) but nothing was found 
>with"Netserver Logon user name" and like variations.
>
>I had a user that recently changed their WinXP password. They didn't 
>get the iSeries password changed so I had to help them use a  a green 
>screen logon to change it to match. However, they continued to get 
>"Access denied" error when trying to access IFS shares from their PC. 
>Netserver showed that the user it was seeing was their user name with 
>the domain name in an email format (user@xxxxxxxxxx) and thus they were 
>getting a Guest type logon. If I have the user immediately go to 
>Windows Explorer after booting the PC and map a drive using the 
>"Connect using a different user name." and their correct user 
>name/password they are good until the PC is re-booted. Even if the 
>"Reconnect at logon." is checked, after re-booting, anything using the 
>IFS (including the automatically connected mapped drive) before mapping 
>a drive causes the connection to be based on the email format until another
re-boot.
>
>iSeries 800 V5R2 latest Cume.
>WinXP with latest MS service packs and critical updates.
>
>Why does WinXP keep sending the email format to the iSeries and more 
>importantly how do I get it corrected?
>
>Thanks,
>
>Roger Vicker, CCP
>
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>
>  
>

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