Wrt350n Nas Logon

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by Linksus, Dec 1, 2007.

  1. Linksus

    Linksus LI Guru Member

    I have a WRT350N router installed and everything is working fine. I have multiple hard drives attached to the USB NAS port and they all work fine. Every computer has a network drive mapped to each of those hard drives on the USB port.

    However, every time a computer is restarted and you go to access a networked drive it brings up a logon screen for the router and the information has to be typed in.

    I have no need for local security on those mapped drives. Can anybody tell me how to access them automatically without going through a logon screen?

    Thanks.
     
  2. ohoy11iw

    ohoy11iw LI Guru Member

    How bout remembering password? The first time you map your drives i think there's a checkbox below username and password to remember password.
     
  3. Linksus

    Linksus LI Guru Member

    Good idea - that's what I initially tried to do. You would think that would work but for whatever reason that does not seem to work when the mapped drives are attached to a Linksys WRT350N. It does nothing on our machines, which are WinXP SP2 maintained with latest updates.

    It is kind of a pain typing that info in all the time. Was hoping that somebody would know how to get around whatever Linksys security setting is causing all the typing. I don't think it is caused by the Windows because we can map other drives without issue.
     
  4. sconk

    sconk Network Guru Member

    i have a bat file that runs when my windows box starts up and logins in whit net use....
     
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