Logon to IMSS Windows Computers
In order to access IMSS Windows computers that are joined the "ITS" Active Directory, please following the instructions on how to Logon to Windows Computers Joined to Active Directory. If the Windows computer is not joined to Active Directory, ask the local administrator for instructions on accessing the computer.
If you are still using a Windows 95, 98, or ME computerm follow the instructions to Logon to Active Directory from Windows 9x Computers.
IMSS enforces the use of the NTLMv2 authentication protocol for connections to the IMSS Windows servers. Whichever version of Windows you are using, you must configure your machine to use the NTLMv2 protocol, otherwise your connection attempt to IMSS resources will appear to continuously ask for a username and password and you will be unable to connect.
Enabling NTLMv2 on Windows Computers Overview - A guide with detailed explanation and configuration settings
- Enabling NTLMv2 for Windows Server 2003 Computers
- Enabling NTLMv2 for Windows XP Professional Computers
- Enabling NTLMv2 for Windows XP Home Computers
- Enabling NTLMv2 for Windows 2000 Server Computers
- Enabling NTLMv2 for Windows 2000 Professional Computers
- Enabling NTLMv2 for Windows NT Server 4.0 Computers
- Enabling NTLMv2 for Windows NT Workstation 4.0 Computers
- Enabling NTLMv2 for Windows 95, 98, and ME Computers
If you are running Windows 95, 98, and ME, you must first configure your computer to logon to IMSS's Active Directory. If you have not already done so, please see the Logon from Windows 9x Computers to Active Directory guide.
If you have any questions about this, please contact the IMSS Help Desk at http://help.caltech.edu (request type IMSS-->Desktop Support-->Other) or x3500.