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Windows Server 2012 R2 authentication question

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#1 ellittle678


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Posted 08 August 2016 - 02:21 PM

I'm having an issue with how connections are handled on our server.


Whenever I connect to the server from my pc, I can go to network > servername, then I can see the folder being shared out before logging in. This is a problem because I want to set it to ask for credentials every time someone attempts to connect to it, even if they've connected to it in the past.


If I connect to the server for the first time on another pc, it will prompt for credentials whenever I connect. I was told this may be happening due to single sign on being enabled. That makes sense, but I'm not sure where to change this. 


Does anyone have more info regarding settings that handle authentication for connecting to the server? 

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