Anonymous access to the folder over the network in Windows XP


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Goal: to share a folder without having to enter username/password

Available equipment: Computer with Oamnei Windows XP Pro SP3 + all updates from Windows, which is today.

What was done:
1. Enabled the Guest account. She has a blank password
2. Removed the Guest account from Gpedit.msc -> computer Configuration — Windows settings — security Settings — Local policies — user rights Assignment — deny access to the computer network.
3. Added Guest account in Gpedit.msc -> computer Configuration — Windows settings — security Settings — Local policies — user rights Assignment — Access this computer from the network.
4. The service "Windows Firewall" is disabled.
5. Gpedit.msc -> computer Configuration — Windows settings — security Settings — Local policies — Network access: model sharing and security for local accounts — Guest.
6. Gpedit.msc — computer Configuration — Windows settings — security Settings — Local policies — security Options — Restrict the use of blank password to console logon only. — Disabled
7. Disabled simple sharing files and folders
8. Open access to the folder D:\\Scan permissions All All
9. Ntfs rights to the folder Scan are the same as in paragraph 8.
10. Policy setting Network access: do not allow enumeration of SAM accounts and shares by anonymous users is Disabled.
11. Restart your computer

The result: When you try to log on \\\\192.168.0.44\\ from a nearby computer, asks for username and password. What, according to my notions, should not be.
Please help, and I already all head broke.
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Understood. The problem was that the computer that accessed on the ball the user Guest password was not empty
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Do not Open guest, it is fraught with hemorrhoids.
Specify just the user of the machine from which You will come into the ball.
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I'm even better — to raise FTP. You the same file will work, not watch movies.
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I think it is easier and safer to do it through the supplied MFP software NetScan.
The workstation installs the software. In the settings, simply enter the ip of the device on which you want to scan, arbitrary workstation id and pin (optional). Then on the device select the scan mode, Network Scan and specified the id of the station you want. Document after scanning appears in a specially specified for this directory.
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GM. I think you have complicated the task. As far as I remember, anonymous access is enabled by default(or no parameter). If you have enabled easy access, no password prompt should not be.
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maybe the name of the user in MFP must be set in the form domain\\user? =) me, true brother.
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