RE: selecting Win2000pro on a clientME
- Subject: RE: selecting Win2000pro on a clientME
Thanks RickK, RickP, Herb, Phil, Justin, all those
Client PCs can now connect to Win2000pro without a
The instructions from Rick K worked out the best.
The client PC's now can access the Win2000pro
directories that are shared. An added benefit occured
on the WinME PC's. They can now display and access my
win95 client PC's. (That why I didn't like the winME
OS. They wouldn't show all the clients in the
It didn't seem to make any difference whether I had
the guest account disabled or not on 2000pro.
After following Rick's instruction (listed below) I
keyed in User name (client2), Full name, &
Description, all the same and clicked create (with the
user must create password at next login turned on).
Next I right clicked on the user (client2) that was
created and chose properties, and UN-clicked User must
change password at next login (so you can change the
other boxes), then clicked on User cannot change
password, and Password never expires, then Apply, and
Thanks All, for helping.
Stockton CA FHC
--- Vern Taylor <stanleyscribe@...> wrote:
--- Rick Klemetson <Rick@...> wrote:
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>-----Original Message-----
> From: "Rick Klemetson" <Rick@...>
> Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 07:13:05 -0700
> Reply-to: email@example.com
> Subject: RE: [fhctech] selecting Win2000pro on a
> To add a new user. Right click on the My Computer
> icon. Select Manage, Local
> Users and Groups, Users, Action (at top left of
> screen), Add new user, Then
> create a new user.
> You can create a user without a password.
> I haven't networked the 2000 box, outside the
> corporate domain controller. I
> 'll do some testing in the lab at work today.
> Rick Klemetson
> Pleasant Grove Stake FHC
> > From: stanley scribe=====
> > [mailto:stanleyscribe@...]
> > Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001 2:10 AM
> > To: FHC TECH
> > Subject: [fhctech] selecting Win2000pro on a
> > clientME
> > To all who have used Win2000pro,
> > We experience a major difficulty in selecting our
> > Win2000pro
> > "internetserver" on the local network of a client
> > WinME PC. Either the WinME
> > or Win2000pro is asking for a passwork to make the
> > network connection to
> > resource " \\internetserver\IPC$
> > <file://\\internetserver\IPC$> " As far as
> > we know, we have not implimented any passwords and
> > we can't gain access
> > without the password. Any ideas on how to get
> around > this?
> > Vern Taylor
> > Stockton CA FHC Network Specialist
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