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Anonymous
September 2, 2005 7:19:44 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

For various reasons, I need to be able to access my computer (and unc
shares) from two different domains.

For example, my computer is computername.mydomain.com (mydomain.com is our
internal domain where my username and password are controlled by the
Windows2003 Server domain controller). I also need to be able to get to it
through computerdoman.otherdomain.com (otherdomain is what our servers are
known as to the outside world: there is no real domain called
otherdomain.com, it's just aliased through the domain controller).

My problem: when I try to access \\computername.otherdomain.com\wwwroot$
from the computername computer, it does not work. I get an error that says:
"Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password.". The weird thing is
that I can go to \\computername.otherdomain.com\wwwroot$ from ANY OTHER
computer on the network with no problem. Just won't work from the same
machine. Oh, I can get to \\computername.mydomain.com\wwwroot$ without
trouble.

computername.mydomain.com is a Windows XP Pro SP2 machine with all the
latest security updates and patches applied.

Any ideas?
TIA,
Owen
September 2, 2005 8:41:02 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

HAve you tried to map a network share with the user name and password option
or use the cmd prompt doing a netuse statement to that share. highlight my
network placed right click go to map a network drive click reconnect at login
in the folder type in the \\network\sharename then click on connect using a
diferent user name then type in your user name and password and click
continue and that should work.



"Owen Mortensen" wrote:

> For various reasons, I need to be able to access my computer (and unc
> shares) from two different domains.
>
> For example, my computer is computername.mydomain.com (mydomain.com is our
> internal domain where my username and password are controlled by the
> Windows2003 Server domain controller). I also need to be able to get to it
> through computerdoman.otherdomain.com (otherdomain is what our servers are
> known as to the outside world: there is no real domain called
> otherdomain.com, it's just aliased through the domain controller).
>
> My problem: when I try to access \\computername.otherdomain.com\wwwroot$
> from the computername computer, it does not work. I get an error that says:
> "Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password.". The weird thing is
> that I can go to \\computername.otherdomain.com\wwwroot$ from ANY OTHER
> computer on the network with no problem. Just won't work from the same
> machine. Oh, I can get to \\computername.mydomain.com\wwwroot$ without
> trouble.
>
> computername.mydomain.com is a Windows XP Pro SP2 machine with all the
> latest security updates and patches applied.
>
> Any ideas?
> TIA,
> Owen
>
>
>
Anonymous
September 2, 2005 8:49:54 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

Thanks for the reply. The command:

NET USE J: \\computername.otherdomain.com\wwwroot$ thepassword
/user:mydomain\username

returns an error: "System error 1326 has occurred" and "Logon failure:
unknown user name or bad password."

Owen

"Dilligaf" <Dilligaf@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:4F91A3DA-52CC-41DF-8CCA-2424D11C8B9C@microsoft.com...
> HAve you tried to map a network share with the user name and password
> option
> or use the cmd prompt doing a netuse statement to that share. highlight my
> network placed right click go to map a network drive click reconnect at
> login
> in the folder type in the \\network\sharename then click on connect using
> a
> diferent user name then type in your user name and password and click
> continue and that should work.
>
>
>
> "Owen Mortensen" wrote:
>
>> For various reasons, I need to be able to access my computer (and unc
>> shares) from two different domains.
>>
>> For example, my computer is computername.mydomain.com (mydomain.com is
>> our
>> internal domain where my username and password are controlled by the
>> Windows2003 Server domain controller). I also need to be able to get to
>> it
>> through computerdoman.otherdomain.com (otherdomain is what our servers
>> are
>> known as to the outside world: there is no real domain called
>> otherdomain.com, it's just aliased through the domain controller).
>>
>> My problem: when I try to access \\computername.otherdomain.com\wwwroot$
>> from the computername computer, it does not work. I get an error that
>> says:
>> "Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password.". The weird thing is
>> that I can go to \\computername.otherdomain.com\wwwroot$ from ANY OTHER
>> computer on the network with no problem. Just won't work from the same
>> machine. Oh, I can get to \\computername.mydomain.com\wwwroot$ without
>> trouble.
>>
>> computername.mydomain.com is a Windows XP Pro SP2 machine with all the
>> latest security updates and patches applied.
>>
>> Any ideas?
>> TIA,
>> Owen
>>
>>
>>
September 4, 2005 12:58:08 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

You might want to try to just get to the root dir. like this
NET USE J: \\computername.otherdomain.com\
then see if you can get to the folder you want als check the permissions on
the folder because sometimes the dos prompt wont let you accedd a folder with
$ on it because it is a hidden share also make sure both domains have sharing
across domain ie if you have 2 domains and they have to be setup for 2 way
communication between domains ( I forgot what it is called talk to the domain
admin ) some times the admin will only allow one way sharing and not both
ways ie soft.com/newyork and soft.com/cali have 2 seperate domaincontrolers
my can talk to cali but cali can not talk to ny even though there in the same
domain forest but there seperate trees and normaly only one way communication
is setup. I has been awhile since i have done domain admin work but i'll look
thru some of my old stuff to see if i can find anything about this

"Owen Mortensen" wrote:

> Thanks for the reply. The command:
>
> NET USE J: \\computername.otherdomain.com\wwwroot$ thepassword
> /user:mydomain\username
>
> returns an error: "System error 1326 has occurred" and "Logon failure:
> unknown user name or bad password."
>
> Owen
>
> "Dilligaf" <Dilligaf@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:4F91A3DA-52CC-41DF-8CCA-2424D11C8B9C@microsoft.com...
> > HAve you tried to map a network share with the user name and password
> > option
> > or use the cmd prompt doing a netuse statement to that share. highlight my
> > network placed right click go to map a network drive click reconnect at
> > login
> > in the folder type in the \\network\sharename then click on connect using
> > a
> > diferent user name then type in your user name and password and click
> > continue and that should work.
> >
> >
> >
> > "Owen Mortensen" wrote:
> >
> >> For various reasons, I need to be able to access my computer (and unc
> >> shares) from two different domains.
> >>
> >> For example, my computer is computername.mydomain.com (mydomain.com is
> >> our
> >> internal domain where my username and password are controlled by the
> >> Windows2003 Server domain controller). I also need to be able to get to
> >> it
> >> through computerdoman.otherdomain.com (otherdomain is what our servers
> >> are
> >> known as to the outside world: there is no real domain called
> >> otherdomain.com, it's just aliased through the domain controller).
> >>
> >> My problem: when I try to access \\computername.otherdomain.com\wwwroot$
> >> from the computername computer, it does not work. I get an error that
> >> says:
> >> "Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password.". The weird thing is
> >> that I can go to \\computername.otherdomain.com\wwwroot$ from ANY OTHER
> >> computer on the network with no problem. Just won't work from the same
> >> machine. Oh, I can get to \\computername.mydomain.com\wwwroot$ without
> >> trouble.
> >>
> >> computername.mydomain.com is a Windows XP Pro SP2 machine with all the
> >> latest security updates and patches applied.
> >>
> >> Any ideas?
> >> TIA,
> >> Owen
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
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