Cannot browse network and find SBS server shared folder from Copier Setup SMB to shared folder Authenticate using admin user name and password Copier cannot connect. I have setup numerous copiers to scan to folder in a Windows Server 2003 environment. You may need to disable it on the SBS server if this is the case.
I feel like this is an authentication issue, but they say they are putting in the username and password ([email protected]) correctly.
And I am inclined to agree with them as I could not get it to work when I was on-site either.
FYI - just dealt with this issue on a SBS 2008 installation with a Savin 4060.
The user really should be changing it via the Group Policy tool and not mucking around in the registry.
I have a Ricoh Aficio MP 5000 and it just wouldn't accept the DNS name of the sever. Not sure if it is related or not, but I also changed the share path from: \\servername\scanned folder to \\servername\scannedfolder By removing the space in the shared folder name I was able to succesfully scan to the folder.
This post was sent to me by a Ricoh dealer who was having problems configuring scan to folder to a Windows 2008 server. Ricoh devices use a version of Samba that does not currently support SMB v2 (as at Jan 2010). I found this question four days after I set up a Ricoh SP 3200SF printer/copier/fax with SBS2008.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.Please be aware that all Ricoh devices CAN scan to a shared folder on Windows 2008 servers. That is, it is saving to \10.15.1.50\Scans rather than to \Newport\Scans.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.I have all permissions correct, I can get to the server through any device on the domain, and other devices not on the domain.