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NSLU2 and Vista Backup

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Network Storage Devices' started by tamorgen, Mar 23, 2008.

  1. tamorgen

    tamorgen Guest

    Hi all,
    Recently I picked up a NSLU2 NAS. My intention was to able to use so I could access files without any one computer being on all the time. It works fine for that, although I was a little disapointed that the only way of browsing the files outside of the network was FTP (correct me if I'm wrong...that's the only way I've found).

    After I got it set up and running, enabled FTP, and set up port forwarding on my router, I wanted to use the drive to store backups. Well, I'm using Vista 64 ultimate, and I decided that the built in backup would work just fine for me. When I tried connecting to the drive, after mapping the drive under Windows, Windows Backup won't connect to the drive. It puts a folder in the drive (long hexidecimal name), but it fails. I soon discovered on the web that this is a known problem, but the only solution seems to be a beta firmware that I can't seem to download anywhere.

    Has anybody else come up with a better solution? I wouldn't object to putting a stable, third party firmware on the device, I just don't know what to look for. I'd really appreciate any help anyone can give me.
     
  2. der_Kief

    der_Kief Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Hi,

    have you tried the following ?


    Users of Windows Vista Home Basic and Home Premium

    CAUTION: Improperly modifying the registry can harm your system.
    1. Click start
    2. Type: regedit
    3. Press enter
    4. In the left, expand these folders: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\
    5. In the left, click on the folder named: Lsa
    6. In the right, double-click "LmCompatibilityLevel"
    7. Type the number 1 and press enter
    8. Restart your computer
    Users of Windows Vista Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate
    1. Click Start
    2. Click Control Panel
    3. Click System and Maintenance
    4. Click Administrative Tools
    5. Double-Click Local Security Policy
    6. In the left pane, click the triangle next to Local Policy
    7. In the left pane, click Security Options
    8. In the right pane near the bottom, double-click "Network security: LAN manager authentication level"
    9. Click the drop-down box, and click "Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated"
    10. Click OK
    Maybe that helps.

    der_Kief
     

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