Windows 2000 Update Rollup1 and AS/400

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AS/400 security
Mapped drives
Sharing Violation
Windows 2000
Windows Patch Management
I installed Update Rollup1 for Windows 2000 SP4 and can't delete any files on maped drive on AS/400. There has been sharing violation. Please, help.

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I am not familiar with ROLLUP1 but it could be that your AS/400 file share is set up as read only. This is where I would start to diagnose the issue.

Hope this helps.

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  • graybeard52
    There was also a problem on older releases where the windows password had to be all upper or all lower case to work. Mixed case passwords failed. It has been fixed, but I can't remember how far back that was.
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  • Rickmcd
    Also make sure your Windows Profile and AS/400 Profile Match, Profile and password. Akso using WRKLNK or OPS Nav make sure Permissions on the AS/400 share is correct......Rick
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  • TomLiotta
    You don't tell us your OS version/release, so it's difficult to be certain. For recent releases of OS/400 and i5/OS, there are PTFs that address the changes that Microsoft made. Contact your service provider for the PTFs that are appropriate for your site. Tom
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