Net Share will not Connect to the Shared Folder or Network

Setting 900 (Network Name) Must Specify a Unique Name

Setting 900 specifies the machine’s network name. The default is HaasMachine. Each machine on the network must have a unique name.

Corrective Action:

Change Setting 900 to a unique name and press F1 to apply the change.

Setting 910 (Password) Has an Incorrect Value

Setting 910 specifies the password used to log into your net share computer.

Corrective Action:

Make sure that the setting contains the correct password. Passwords are case-sensitive; use SHIFT to type lowercase characters. Press F1 to apply the setting.

Tip: Have your network administrator create a new user account on the net share computer. Use the new username and password in Settings 909 and 910.

Setting 909 (User Name) Has an Incorrect Value

Corrective Action:

Setting 909 specifies the username used to log into your net share computer. Make sure that the username is correctly typed into Setting 909. Press F1 to apply the setting.

Tip: Have your network administrator create a new user account on the net share computer. Use the new username and password in Settings 909 and 910.

The Host Computer's Folder Permissions are Incorrect

Corrective Action:

Make sure that the permissions are set correctly for your net share folder. The folder must be shared to “Everyone” with “Allow” checked for “Full Control”, “Modify”, and “Read” under the folder's "Security" tab. Your network administrator can make these changes on the host computer.

Folder sharing settings. Be sure to select "Everyone":

 

Folder Permissions:

 

The Network Settings Have Not Been Refreshed

Each time you change network settings, you must press F1 to apply the change and refresh the network connection. If you cannot connect to the network, press PARAM DGNOS, select the CONFIGURATION tab, and compare the NETWORK INFORMATION to your network configuration. If the information on the control is correct, try the connection again.

If the information is not correct, toggle Setting 901 off, and press F1. Toggle Setting 901 on again, and press F1. Repeat this cycle (4) times, and then cycle power. Check the information in the CONFIGURATION tab again. 

NetBIOS is Disabled on the Host Computer

Corrective Action:

Have your network administrator make sure that the NetBIOS setting is enabled on the net share computer. This is available in the Advanced TCP/IP Settings.

The Host Computer's Local Security Policies are Incorrect

Corrective Action:

Make sure that the local security policies are set correctly on the net share host computer. On most Windows computers:

  1. Type “secpol.msc” in the RUN command box, and press ENTER.
  2. Under Local Policies > Security Options, find and double-click Network security: LAN Manager authentication level.
  3. In the pull-down menu, select the option “Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated.
  4. Click OK.

A Firewall or Router Between the Machine and the Network

Corrective Action:

Remove or disable any firewalls or routers between the machine and the local network.

Be aware: Many service and repair procedures should be done only by authorized personnel. The service technicians at your Haas Factory Outlet (HFO) have the training, experience, and are certified to do these tasks safely and correctly. You should not do machine repair or service procedures unless you are qualified and knowledgeable about the processes.

Danger: Some service procedures can be dangerous or life-threatening. DO NOT attempt a procedure that you do not completely understand. Contact your Haas Factory Outlet (HFO) and schedule a service technician visit if you have any doubts about doing a procedure.

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