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Why do I get the error EnableUNCAccess(SYSTEM: 1312 - A specified logon session does not exist)?

Why do I get the error EnableUNCAccess(SYSTEM: 1312 - A specified logon session does not exist)?

This is a Windows system error, and means that Windows does not recognize the User credentials passed by the EnableUNCAccess function.
EnableUNCAccess(SYSTEM: 1312 - A specified logon session does not exist. 
                               It may already have been terminated.)


EnableUNCAccess requires the name of a Windows NT/2000 domain user, one with appropriate permissions on the remote computer must be specified.

Example usage:

    EnableUNCAccess("Machine1", "Domain\\user1", "pass1");


When no domain user is available using a local user account may be possible (e.g. default "Administrator" user/password same for all machines):

    EnableUNCAccess("Machine1", "user1", "pass1");

    EnableUNCAccess("Machine1", "Machine1\\user1", "pass1");

 

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