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    Re: Browsing a standalone server without authenticating

    @Dos_box: You should have tried a distro more geared towards servers than workstations (e.g. Debian - my favourite!)

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    Re: Browsing a standalone server without authenticating

    It's the Adaptec RAID monitring software. It's Java based :/

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    Re: Browsing a standalone server without authenticating

    Adaptec have Linux versions of their raid monitoring tools on their website. Without telling me which card you have I can't give you a direct link.

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    Re: Browsing a standalone server without authenticating

    DB this was mentioned in the lancsngfl forums under xp sp2 peer to peer problems and eventually fixed!
    I hope this still applies to whatever os youre running (you didnt say, although im guessing server 2003 without ad? so this should apply)

    Annnnyway, heres a repost:
    Problem: Unable to browse to machines running windows xp over the network without creating accounts with same user/password. (we want to use guest/no password!)

    Solution: Enable Guest account with a blank password then,
    control pannel->administrative tools->local security policy->local policies->user right assignment, find 'Deny access to this computer from the network', double click. Guest will be part of the list, remove it, Apply/ok.

    Not sure if thats a good idea for server tho :/ perhaps double check shares&permissions of everything else to make sure guest cant play around.

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    Re: Browsing a standalone server without authenticating

    er.....

    Anonymous Logon > add that to the share / NTFS permissions of whatever shared folders you want to access without user authentication

    I had to do something like this for a really [formerly] mixed up admin network lol

    And theres no reason why it shouldn't work with hidden shared too

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