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By rmccon ·
I manage a small system. We use SBS 4.5 running on an NT Server 4.0 (SP6) with Windows 2000 as the client.

I added a new user through SBS interface and gave him persmission to see two folders, Company and his personal folder on the server. When I log onto his machine, I can get access to his personal folder, but not the Company folder. I have even gone as far as given this user full rights to the folder, through the permission in settings on the company folder. Still no go.

All items that I have read point me to the LanmanServer Setting in my registry on the Server. It says that to fix this, reinstall NT.
I do not want to have to reinstall NT. Has anyone run into this problem before? Is there another fix? What are the correct settings for the LanManServer in the registry?

Thanks

Rob

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by mgonzales In reply to User not given permission ...

Consider checking your NTFS security settings for this folder. If shared folder permssion are set to Full Control and NTFS has something different, that could be a problem.

Good Luck!

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by rmccon In reply to User not given permission ...

Thanks but both settings allow this user full control of the folder.

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by jdwjr In reply to User not given permission ...

make anothe user and copy permissions from someone u know folders are working and give same rights to new account copy and paste then disable old account
jd

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by rmccon In reply to User not given permission ...

Does not solve my overall problem.

Thanks

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