To log on to a network with your PC , the networking feature of Windows XP prompts for an authentication and only a valid guest account login and password are able to access the network in question. The security feature in Windows XP and Vista has to be modified. The local security setting has an option to select the network security and sharing model for local accounts. In the properties section of the local security settings, select the " classic" setting where the local network users may authenticate themselves and carry on with their tasks. This process works fine with Windows XP and Windows Vista but not for other operating systems.
I want access to a PC via the network, but I am being asked the password for the guest account, and I cannot login with another user account.
We will have make a small change, in order to connect with another account:
> Control Panel
> Administrative Tools
> Local Security Policy
In the window [Local Security Settings], go to:
> Local Policies
> Security Options
Select the [Network access: sharing model and security for local accounts]
And choose the value [Classic - local users authenticate themselves]
this trick only works for XP and Vista Pro.
Published by deri58
Latest update on March 11, 2012 at 12:51 PM by Virginia Parsons.