Have a remote server with AD authentication for which UNC can be used with any Windows 8 machine (domain or workgroup, local or remote), but for which UNC addressing does not work if using Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2. These latter machines
return error 0x80004005. Form of UNC is:
\\nottherealserver.com@SSL\eRoom\stuff\. All the units can log into the website
https://nottherealserver.com@SSL\eRoom\stuff\ . The site is an EMC eRoom v7.44 server. Cannot figure out if this is a server/AD configuration problem or a client configuration.
Strange that it works just fine in Windows 8, but not in Windows 7.
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