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By ghettofabu19 ·
My co-worker is running the 2000 O/s and she can't share files under her own username. Are there certain privileges she should have and if she's already the admin. then what else can it be. She also can't create other profiles under her user (thathas admin. privileges). Could someone explain what the problem may be?

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by wbrisendine In reply to Sharing...

Are there any domain policies running in your environment? If so the domain policies could be over-riding the local policies.

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by Tech/Admin In reply to Sharing...

With 2000 there are 2 kinds of admins- Local and Domain. If the user is a local admin and is attempting to make user accounts in the domain it will not let you. To have an local admin make user accounts on the local machine you would want to log on locally so domain rules would not apply. If you do not have administrative permissions in the domain, you will not be able to create shares or use hardware that is not permitted to the user in the domain. Are you in a networked environment??

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