Re: IIS Basic authentication and Windows XP SP1 client problem
From: Olaf Coolic (olaf.coolic_at_chello.at)
Date: Sun, 25 May 2003 12:26:41 +0200
can you please tell me where to make the changes in XP Client
I have no GPO in AD.
Security Settings / Computer Section ==> Where is this?
MS Network Client ==> Where can I find this?
Thanks a lot again
"Roger Abell [MVP]" <mvpNoSpam@asu.edu> wrote in message
> There are two settings on the XP to examine for this.
> Both are found in the local security policy, unless in a domain
> and these are implemented from GPO in AD.
> In the Computer section within the Security Settings locate
> the policies to the effect (from memory)
> MS network client: digitally sign communications when server agrees
> disable this one, as if you server is set to try if client is able, they
> agree to try but then fail due to lack of common algorithm (xp at sp1)
> the other is the
> LM Authentication level
> Make sure that this allows for NTLM v2
> This one is a longer shot, but the XP default for some reason is to
> use LM and NTLM (note that is v1), but the server may have (for
> good reason) been set to use NTLM v2 only.
> "Olaf Coolic" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Hi NG,
> > My configuration:
> > windows2K Member Server SP3 (all Hotfixes)
> > Windows XP Pro SP1 (all Hotfixes)
> > Connection: Internet
> > Connecting to a Website on the Server with IE6 works well.
> > When I want to Add a new place in My Network Places, I am prompted for
> > username and password and the server keep getting the username password
> > dialog, no matter what I fill in (with or without domain, netbios name
> > server and username)
> > With Windows 2000 Pro Client everything works fine !!!!!!!
> > Do you have any idea what the problem is???
> > Thanks
> > Olaf