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C$ share local access

By Shanghai Sam ·
I administer an NT4 domain with 60 PCs, two BDCs and a Unix server. A workmate imaged a workstation system to a larger hard disk using Power Quest Drive Image. The trouble is that after the user logs on the OS asks for username and password for the administrative share C$. It also asks for username and password when one of his desktop shortcuts is run, namely Act 2000. There is no problem when logging on as Administrator. It seems to be a permissions problem. Or is it something to do with the user profile. Is there a fix for it to avoid reloading the OS and apps?

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by david.funnell In reply to C$ share local access

The only way tp recreate the C$ share and it's correct permissions is to remove the PC from the NT Domain and then add it again.

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David

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by Pan 13 x In reply to C$ share local access

sounds as though he has short cuts pointing to administrative shares. only the domain admin and acccess c$, Act2000 more then likely also as admin permissions set also. when he account fails to open the app it will ask for the domain admin account. the Imaging has goofed a few things up, rename the computer and add the account eo the domain. Delete the old computer account.

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