Last week I reported an issue encountered after migrating to Window 7 OS on my laptop. While initially in iNav I noticed that the default Window 7 install image pushed out from our desktop engineering team did not include plugins for BRMS, RDI, etc.. While attempting to manually install these plugins I encountered these messages.
1. Asked to select a system to install from.
2. Then told that the NetServer is not known or ... (see next shot)
3. Get prompted to log into the Net Server
4. After hitting enter in step 3, I get this message.
Thanks to our esteemed Jeffery Miller, (Former iGuy turned Windows workstation/server engineer) who discovered the issue, this problem has been resolved.
In Windows 7 the screen shot below is how we have our policy set and it does not work.
To make it work, from the Network security, Local Security Setting tab, we need to remove the check from the "Require NTLMv2 session security" and "Require 128-bit encryption" items.
Then the iNav plugins will download successfully.
After they are downloaded, set the Security settings back and all will work well.
Douglas S. Hughes
i5/OS Systems Engineer
3501 Thurston Ave
Anoka, MN 55303
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