Taken wrote:Hope this helps others having the same problem when installing your first NAS.
Antoinne wrote:What is the exact relation between the windows logon name/password and the logon name/password of the diskstation?
Do they both need to be the same?
When you make the mapping to the diskdrive, do you only need to use the same name? Or is it the combination of domain and name (eg "User" versus "MyDomain\User")? Anyone with more information or examples?
Franklin wrote:After that, set the permissions of the shares, restart your computer, and it shouldn't ask for passwords anymore.
net use * /d
Franklin wrote:Please be sure that passwords and usernames are the same on both systems (server, windows client) to avoid this log on prompt.
Franklin wrote:...but I do believe that it's a windows configuration setting error. Can you check if the system is set to remember the password? That might help.
Antoinne wrote:But what do you mean with "check the system"?
Franklin wrote:Sorry for the ambiguity there, but what I meant was that when you log into the server, Windows will prompt for a user name/password. There should be a check box that allows you to remember the password.
Suse wrote:Now every time my computer starts the batch file reconnects all the drives with the proper username and passwords. The only downside to using this method is that the passwords are in plain view for anyone to see.
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