Drive not mappingLocked
I have 2 Windows 2003 servers. Server 1 and 2. Server 1 was put on the netwark first as a 2000 Server and services our microlabs. I loaded Active Directory on it. A year later I upgraded it to a 2003 server and then added server 2, also a 2003 server. I use this server as a replica of the AD on the first server. I am creating accounts in AD for faculty and staff and this server will contain their personal folders. The problem I am having is that when I create an account on server 2 and in the properties of that account on the Profile tab Home Folder section I enter Connect F: to \\Server2\U$\Username. I have a share called Users U: where I plan to store the users folders. When I checked U: I can see that the account creation process created the user folder. So far so good. When I have the user login, the F: drive never shows up. I tried to map it to the user’s folder manually, but I get a ‘Denied Access’ error. I checked the permissions on the folder and the user has full control permissions. I then looked at the Users U: properties and the group Users have Read & Execute, List folder contents and Read permissions to share. The group Users is a member of Domain Users. All users in the Domain are a member of the Domain Users group. I am a Novell person and am new to Windows Server. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.