[jcifs] Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password
jsm174 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 26 09:44:42 MDT 2011
> Hi Jason,
> Listing shares from another machine is actually not really the same
> thing because it is almost certainly using Kerberos and not NTLM. Find
> / create an XP install that is NOT joined to any domain (or it might
> suffice to simply login using a local account). Then do Start > Run >
> cmd > dir //server.fqdn.local/share. This should pop up a password
> dialog at which point you should enter the same exact credentials that
> are failing with JCIFS. That will then be a fair comparison.
Thank you for the information. I setup a new WinXP install that's not
joined to a domain.
Whenever I try to get the directory listing from the command line I get:
A specified logon session does not exist. It may already have been
Here is the command I issued:
C:\Documents and Settings\user>dir \\server.fqdn\userhome$\username
I tried the dir command a couple different ways with the same results.
I was able to get this to work.
net use * \\server.fqdn\userhome$\username /u:domain\username password
Drive Z: is now connected to \\server.fqdn\userhome$\username
I captured all the traffic with wireshark. I'm going to start going
through it now.
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