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Visat machines cannot map drive to Snap 4100

All our Vista OS machines cannot connect to the snap server--is there any known issues with Vista ?

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Re: Visat machines cannot map drive to Snap 4100

According to Adaptec's site, some SNAP servers are not supported by Vista. I've had the same problem with my Vista setup, but I created a new admin local user on the Snap Server administration pages, and used that username and password when connecting to the snap server. So now I've manually mapped connections to the shares using not my domain credentials, but the local user from the snap server.

Apart from the inconvenience it all works fine an' dandy!

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