Two things:
Item 1 of 2: Your windows password does not contain mixed case, right?
It's either all upper case or all lower case, right?
Item 2 of 2: Not just the share name you are trying to access, but are
there ANY share names on that Windows 7 box that are over 12 characters?
Let me reiterate. Let's say you have two shares on that Windows server.
One is named "ibmishare" and one is named
"NetworkShareForAllTheDweebsInAccounting". Now, even if you are only
trying to access "ibmishare" from QNTC you will have issues simply by the
existence of that other share. We actually setup another virtual server
because we could not beat people into submission to stop making large
share names.
Funny thing is, IBM has this issue not only on IBM i but also on zSeries.

It's best if you can pitch QNTC out the window and start using NFS. It
takes more setup. One side has to 'export' and the other side has to
'mount' it.

Rob Berendt

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