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By Mike O ·
I've got an XP machine and I'm logging on to an NT 4 domain. Logging in is no problem, and it's even running the startup script off the NT server.

However, I'm having difficulty accessing one of my NT file servers. Every time I try to get in, ittells me I don't have permission. Meanwhile permissions appear to be just fine, and I can even access the same share from my Win98 clients.

Any ideas?

Take care,
Mike

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by quintar51 In reply to NT domain access issues

double-check both share and ntfs permissions on the share. If they still appear correct, remove your user account and add it back to the permissions.

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by Mike O In reply to NT domain access issues

It won't even let me view which shares are available on the server. As soon as I click on the server in the My Network Places box, I get the error message.

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by Cactus Pete In reply to NT domain access issues

You should log into the server locally to check its shares' permissions.

Are you sure it's trying to connect as your domain user account? If there was another account already connected, it may be assuming that account is trying to access. try 'net use' from the command line to explicity connect as your domain account.

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by Mike O In reply to NT domain access issues

Turns out the permissions are not the problem. I did some network restructuring and I'm having trouble with NetBIOS name resolution. If I address the share via an IP address rather than its NetBIOS name, it works like a champ.

Thanks forthe help anyway.

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