iSeries share folder cannot be connected

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My user has a network driver connected to iSeries share folder. Everything works fine at the beginning until user changes her password in iSeries. Then, the network driver was disconnected. Password was not saved at the time of mapping the network driver. We are using Windows 7 with V6R1M0. This problem find on one user only. Other users do not have problem even after password changes. Could anyone please help?

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  • Splat
    Is the Windows login the same as the iSeries login?  If so, it's likely the drive mapping uses the Windows login/password to access the IFS folder & when the iSeries password is changed the password being used is no longer valid.
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  • CharlieBrowne
    Have you tried to just map a different drive letter?
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  • azohawk
    I recall from a previous place of employment having a similar situation (unfortunatly I was not able to get my notes on this).  Seems that prior Win7, Windows passed the passwork as all one case. The iSeries wants the password in all one case from a network signon.  If the user is using a mixed case password, that can be a problem.
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