Or you could disable SMB signing via the registry set both below values to 0 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Services\Lanmanserver\Parameters\Enablesecuritysignature HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Services\Lanmanserver\Parameters\Requiresecuritysignature I wanted to give you a 1, but you're advising the user to change the registry first, and mentioning Group Policy as an afterthought.The user really should be changing it via the Group Policy tool and not mucking around in the registry.or, set the "auto specify sender" to on, as long as their is an e-mail address programmed in the administrator e-mail address section. if you are using scanrouter, you need to make sure that an i/o device is set in the scanrouter program.if you are not running scanrouter, turn the delivery option (or delivery server) to off, in the file transfer section of your copier. Hi, a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.The only problem is that you cannot BROWSE to the share - you must enter the UNC path manually. After that, I gave the scanner its own domain account, gave that account NTFS and share permissions to the Scans folder, and it's working like a champ.I have a Ricoh Aficio MP C6000 and am having the hardest time getting it to browse my SBS2008 server by name (same problem as above.) I edited the group policy to disable SMB signing as always required for server. There are 30 users on this thing, and the owner doesn't want to learn how to call a machine by IP address, so being able to browse to the device through the network is VERY important.However, as mentioned, it doesn't work on Windows 7 either.Per the comment below, all other workstations on the network are able to access the folder.
It throws several different errors (when I change settings): When I select "Dest." from the scanning screen, select SMB, and browse the network, the computer is listed.
Using Windows 8 x64, but the problem also persists on Windows 7 x86 and x64. To me, this means that it is successfully authenticating.
I phoned client support at Nashua (distributors of the machine), who said Windows 8 is not supported.
I have all permissions correct, I can get to the server through any device on the domain, and other devices not on the domain.
I feel like this is an authentication issue, but they say they are putting in the username and password ([email protected]) correctly.
It is true that some previous models of Ricoh devices could not scan to a folder hosted on a W2k3 server if SMB signing was enabled, but this has not been the case for a number of years. Ricoh are releasing firmware for almost all devices to support SMB v2 during early 2010. I didn't change any group policy, but I did have to set the scanner to search for the server by IP address rather than network name.