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Mike,

Disabling SMB2 on the server resolved the issue. Thanks for the help and
the insight.

*From Petri IT Knowledge base*

To disable SMB 2.0. You need to do so on both the "client" and the "server"
operating systems. To disable SMB 2.0 for Windows Vista, Windows 7 or
Windows Server 2008 systems that are the “client” systems run the following
commands:

sc config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb10/nsi

sc config mrxsmb20 start= disabled

Note there's an extra " " (space) after the "=" sign.

To enable back SMB 2.0 for Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 systems
that are the “client” systems run the following commands:

sc config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb10/mrxsmb20/nsi

sc config mrxsmb20 start= auto

Again, note there's an extra " " (space) after the "=" sign.

In order to disable SMB 2.0 on the server-side computer, follow these steps:

*Warning!*

This document contains instructions for editing the registry. If you make
any error while editing the registry, you can potentially cause Windows to
fail or be unable to boot, requiring you to reinstall Windows. Edit the
registry at your own risk. Always back up the registry before making any
changes. If you do not feel comfortable editing the registry, do not
attempt these instructions. Instead, seek the help of a trained computer
specialist.

   1. Run "regedit" on Windows Server 2008 based computer.
   2. Expand and locate the sub tree as follows.

HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters

   1. Add a new REG_DWORD key with the name of "Smb2" (without quotation
   mark)

Value name: Smb2

Value type: REG_DWORD

0 = disabled

1 = enabled

   1. Set the value to 0 to disable SMB 2.0, or set it to 1 to re-enable
   SMB 2.0.
   2. Reboot the server.


On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 4:41 PM, Michael Tisdale <
[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi Ray,
>
> I think the point your question is more targeted to is that you know you
> need a license, but whether the source matters. If you are purchasing the
> license via Dell/ASAP as part of your Open/other volume license-this would
> suffice. As far as the windows licensing goes, there is nothing different
> licensing-wise between a mac version versus buying a license of Win 7 for a
> spare Dell/HP/other clone machine. As long as you are getting a full
> version rather than an upgrade, then you are fine.
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Mike Tisdale
> [log in to unmask]
> http://www.miketisdaleconsulting.com
> (800) 604-1806 (toll free)
> (603) 653-8136 (local NH)
> (866) 602-1806 (fax)
> (603) 276-8018 (cell)
>
>
>
> On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 3:08 PM, Marcia Noyes <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>> You must buy a license, however you have a few days to activate the OS.
>>
>> Marcia J. Noyes
>> SVSU Data Systems Administrator
>> Central Business Office
>> [log in to unmask]
>>
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: School Information Technology Discussion [mailto:
>> [log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Raymond Ballou
>> Sent: Friday, February 17, 2012 2:33 PM
>> To: [log in to unmask]
>> Subject: win7 licensing question
>>
>> Dear List:
>>
>> If one was to put a copy of winodws7 on a mac (in/on/over/with parallels)
>>
>> That copy needs to be a full boxed copy, not the version we get from
>> Dell/ASAP, right?
>>
>> R
>>
>
>


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