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NTFS permission problems on Windows 2003 Server

By mraho ·
I have an AD Domain server installed in 2000 native mode, and I wish to use Domain groups that I define. For example, define a Global group "Head Office" and add users to it. Also, some clients cannot join domain (running XP Home). When I add the group to the ACL Folder permissions, they cannot log in, but if I add the user directly to the NTFS folder permissions they can instantly. If they log out and back in, it also fixes the issue seemingly. How can I make Domain groups work properly with clients not in the domain? Thanks.

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NTFS permisions, XP Home Edition & joining a domain

by ppscslv In reply to NTFS permission problems ...

I'm not shore, but I think XP Home Edition can't join a domain, but if you have XP Professional Edition, yes, you can. In your situation, the NTFS permissions asigned via accounts (same usernames and passwords on every PC) is working successfully in workgroup, not in a domain.

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ZA!

by PurpleSkys In reply to NTFS permisions, XP Home ...

and so is this one...i always check the date on a post before i reply to it

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