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Hi- When I try to copy files to one of my WHS share directories from my PC, I get the following error message: "error 0x8007003A The specified server cannot perform the requested operation". However, if I use Remote Desktop to log on to the WHS, I CAN cut and paste the same file to the same folder on the WHS, a long as I do it from the WHS (that is, copy to the WHS from within the WHS desktop). When I try the same transfer from my PC desktop through Windows explorer, I get the error message. Anyone have an explanation? Thanks


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Which OS are you using on the client PC?

If it's windows 7 x64, try this
Run secpol.msc
Drill down through Local Policies | Security Options.
Find Network Security: LAN Manager authentication level.
Set this Send NTLM response only.


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Which OS are you using on the client PC?

If it's windows 7 x64, try this

Run secpol.msc
Drill down through Local Policies | Security Options.
Find Network Security: LAN Manager authentication level.
Set this Send NTLM response only.


Thanks. The OS on the client is Vista 64 bit. Apparently secpol.msc doesn't exist on it, as the command wasn't recognized in "run". Have an alternative idea?

Thanks for your help

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Hmm, you must be running Home Premium (or Basic...) not sue how then. Will have to look into it

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Hmm, you must be running Home Premium (or Basic...) not sue how then. Will have to look into it




Thanks again. Yes,its Home Premium.

Any help you can give would be appreciated.






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