- The user is disabled on the iSeries
- The user changed his/her password on the iSeries but not on the Windows platform
- The user was deleted from the AS/400
This is all related to the initial login for file share -> Windows transmits a user and password trying to connect, if connection is not possible, failure is detected.
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