The original Windows Vista forced NTLMv2 authentication, while Samba Server only supports NTLM
1. Click "Start", point to "Program", and then click "Administrative Tools".
2. Under "Local Security Settings" (or directly start running “secpol.msc”), expand "Local Policies".
3. Click on <;Security Options”.
4. Double-click "Security: LAN Manager authentication level" and click on the list: Send LM and NTLMv2, if negotiated, use NTLMv2 protocol ( LM and NTLM – use NTLMV2 session security if negotiated), and finally save the settings and exit.
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