Reply 20 of 25, by feipoa
Another way round is to use the same login on all PC's. The problem is older OS's don't follow the domain\user format that NT ve […]
Another way round is to use the same login on all PC's.
The problem is older OS's don't follow the domain\user format that NT versions of windows expect and as you can see that box doesn't allow you to change the username so it just tries with the username you logged in with.
In theory if you created matching accounts on the NT based system it should work, but I've had mixed results with that.
Also don't forget the WFWFILUP.EXE patch to correct file managers y2k bug
All my computers had identical login user/pass, so this does not solve the problem for me. This used to work with a certain router firmware, but I cannot seem to find it. I'm curious if this method works:
If you come across this screen ("No permission to access resource") upon writing from Win9x to another ressource, you can try to install the NTLM 2 authentication for Windows 9x/NT (DSclient.exe).
Follow this approach: https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=&sl … k-zugreifen.htm