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I have deleted all aliases, deleted my Preferences folder, Login Items, recent servers, and favorites linked to the server. It was for a job and someone from the company who managed servers set up this connection. I spent 1h 10min with another employee trying to figure out why this pop-up keeps appearing. We could not come up with a solution.

I launched my Mac in safe mode to make sure that it would stop popping up in that environment, which it thankfully did, since no automatic connections happen in safe mode. A solution I found out is to create a new user but I do not want to transfer all my data over.

Here is a photo of the error. It immediately pops up when I close it.

Screenshot of dialog box showing a connection error to a server on the current network

Edit: After running $ sudo lsof | grep 192.168.1.2

$ user1@MacBook-Pro ~ % sudo lsof | grep 192.168.1.2
                                                                                                                                
NetAuthSy  924        user1    4u     IPv4 0x471693aeba5a3217        0t0                 TCP 10.84.79.45:51057->192.168.1.2:microsoft-ds (SYN_SENT)

NetAuthSy  924        user1    5u     IPv4 0x471693aebb042a97        0t0                 TCP 10.84.79.45:51058->192.168.1.2:netbios-ssn (SYN_SENT)
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    What’s in System Preferences > Users & Groups > (your user account) > Login Items?
    – pion
    Sep 1, 2021 at 20:39
  • I already cleared the list. Nothing exists there. I've tried all the generic things.
    – elypsyo
    Sep 1, 2021 at 20:42
  • Right, I see it now in your original post - sorry for the noise. Can you share the output of the following commands? (Perhaps with a link to a PasteBin if it's too long.) (1) launchctl list | grep -v com.apple (2) sudo launchctl list | grep -v com.apple (3) launchctl print system | grep -v com.apple (4) sudo launchctl print user/`whoami` | grep -v com.apple (5) kextstat | grep -v com.apple
    – pion
    Sep 1, 2021 at 20:48
  • Its funny you say that because I just found the culprit. I will do the commands you just asked but please take a look at the edit I just made.
    – elypsyo
    Sep 1, 2021 at 21:07
  • Here is the pastebin you requested pion: pastebin.com/B9YYKZfD
    – elypsyo
    Sep 1, 2021 at 21:22

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I went into Keychain Access.app and searched for the string after server (in my case HomeAssistant, in your case 192.168.1.2) and found the entry with the term from network, and deleted it.

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