Don wrote:From your PC credentials must be the same for all shares. So if you access a share without specifying a user ID and PW then you are connecting with either guest or the ID and PW of the logged in user. To specifiy credentials you have to use the map drive function and not browse to the share.
Thank you for the answer. This dosent help im sorry to say.
I have created a user on the QNAP called "Backup".
I then go to my SBS2003 and create a networkdrive.
setup to connect to b:\qnap-nas\xpd_backup
with "logon as different user".
The logon info I provide are the user I created called "Backup" with password "Backup"
No matter what I key in, at the logon window It won accept. Tried 192.168.1.242\backup and qnap-nas\backup
If I try and access from my windows 7 with logon= "Qnap-nas\backup" and Password="Backup" all is well ...
why can't i do that from my SBS2003 ???