Domain Problems

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by miyagi701, Mar 4, 2002.

  1. miyagi701

    miyagi701 Guest

    Situation: I live in the dorms of a college campus. I am running XP Professional. I also have a file share on a server on-campus. However, it is on a seperate domain. When I try to access it through Net. Neighborhood, it tells me that it "is not accessible." I am going to go out on a limb and say that I beleive that this is because it is set up on another domain that is accessed through Kerberos. I am certain that it is not the connection from here to the server, becuase my roomate can access it through his Macintosh using AFP, which is not on the Kerberos domain. I am wondering if there is any way that I can access this file share. I appreciate all of the info. Thank you.
    -matt
     
  2. JJB6486

    JJB6486 Retired Mod Political User

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    Switch To Windows Classic logon and join the domain in the Network Identification area of the System control panel. Then log off and select <SCHOOLDOMAIN> from the "Log On To" menu

    JJB6486
     
  3. chooch

    chooch Guest

    You could also try to map a drive to the server by performing the following:

    - Right click My Network Place and selecte Map Network Drive
    - Click on the Connect using a different User Name
    - Enter the Domain name followed by a \ and your username (i.e. DomainName\UserName)
    - Enter your Domain Password
    - Click the OK button

    This should do it for you.
     
  4. miyagi701

    miyagi701 Guest

    Many Thanks!

    Thanks, you people are great. Saves me a lot of hassle with third party AFP programs. I used the Mapping the Net Drv. method. Works exactly like I wanted.
    -Matt