- List all shares
- List all users
- List files within a share
- Stop/Start services
Note it is possible to access the IPC$ share of a server by using a different credentials, than those used when logging on the client machine. (Even if needing to use a domain-user to access a server from outside the domain).
IPC$, The domain password you supplied is not correct
You must supply a password to make this connection:
Incorrect password or unknown username for:
Note to block access to Remote Procedure Call (RPC), then one should ensure that the firewall blocks the following network ports:
net use q: \\10.0.0.2\c$ [password] /user:[domain\]username
- TCP Port 135 - RPC Endpoint Mapper
- UDP Port 137 - Netbios
- UDP Port 138 - Netbios
- TCP Port 139 - Netbios
- TCP and UDP Port 445 - Named Pipes
- Create an account on the WinNT machine which matches the username and password (If any) used on the Win9x machine.
- If the account already exist, then try to reenter the account password for the account (And check the password doesn't expire)
- Create an account on the Win9x machine which matches the username and password of an account on the WinNT machine and then logon to Win9x with the new account.
- Activate the guest account, though it is not recommended:
More Info MS KB101150
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