Re: Null session in Windows XPFrom: sonik (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 22:06:08 -0500 From: sonik <email@example.com> To: "Evans, TJ" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Even when you set your settings that way, I have still on about 8/10
machines been able to log on with null sessions.
Evans, TJ wrote:
>OOC - WinXP Pro or Home?
>(I use Pro, and the following worked for me ... )
>Have you tried using the Local Security Policy snapin?
>Security Options, Network Access:
> Allow Anonymous ... (1 entry, should set to
>And Do Not Allow Anonymous ... (2 entries, should set to
>From: Tomasz Polus [mailto:Tomasz_Polus@bsi.net.pl]
>Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 3:04 AM
>Subject: Null session in Windows XP
>I have a problem with restricting null user access to Windows XP.
>I'm aware of all the information from the following articles:
>MSKB Q143474: Restricting Information Available to Anonymous
>MSKB Q246261: How to Use the RestrictAnonymous Registry Value
>in Windows 2000
>RestrictAnonymous: Enumeration and the Null User
>and of course I set RestrictAnonymous and RestrictNullSessAccess
>registry keys properly (2;1). There is no problem in Windows 2000
>- these settings deny null user access to my machine.
>Unfortunately in Windows XP Professional it doesn't work this way.
>Null session still can be established... Can somebody please
>explain this to me?