There is a domain security policy that requires network traffic to be
signed , disable that in the AD
IIRC its in the default domain security policy
[mailto:unattended-info-admin@...] On Behalf Of Adam B
Sent: 25 May 2006 12:31
Subject: [Unattended] Network Boot - SMB Signing is Mandatory
I am currently trying your unattended install and have almost completed
the network boot process.
I have managed to tweak the username/password/share using the append in
However, when it gets to mapping the Z drive I get an "SMB Signing is
Mandatory and we have disabled it" error.
It's trying to connect to a Windows 2003 server.
Any ideas? As I've exhausted my searches on google, and most unix forums
are to UNIXY for me to understand.
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