Since ages I've mounted a network share (via samba to a Linux machine) in Windows 7 to access it via drive letter. This worked flawlessly so far. Until now.
Suddenly I couldn't access the drive anymore. Windows was telling me the network name (I didn't remember the exact term) was already in use. So I disconnected and tried to connect again:
net use Y: \\10.10.10.208\work
After a long time I get a message saying
"The Local Security Authority (LSA) database contains an internal inconsistency"
A restart didn't help. The mapped share is accessible (works on other machines in the same network), so obviously something strange is going on on my machine. Can anyone tell me how I can fix this inconsistency?
Update: All machines that have saved the login information refuse with this error. So it must be something with the authorization. When I use
net use Y: \\10.10.10.208\work /user:raphael
it prompts me for the password and then returns that error message.