Access to share using local account

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Domain Server
Network connectivity
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Windows Server 2003
Have a W2003 server, part of our domain, whose shares are only accessible using domain IDs. A local ID on the server given suitable access rights to a share can't attach remotely, using the same credentials. Even local admins can't access remotely even to Admin$, IPC$, C$ or other created shares. Other 2003 servers using this scenario are ok. Comparison to a satisfactory server using Gpedit, services, share & directory permissions haven't revealed anything.
ASKED: April 15, 2008  9:41 AM
UPDATED: July 30, 2008  10:13 AM

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IS this machine a dc? Is it a small business server? Have you “hardened” the server?

logged into the server locally as a local admin can you see the shares via \\127.0.0.1 ?

Can you access them? Can you access \\127.0.0.1\c$ from the local machine logged in as a local administrator?

Are the non domain users on another domain? Have you configured security between the two domains?

If you create your own shares can you delegate security to non domain users and access it or not?

Come back and update this and I will do my best to help you out!

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  • SMACHEAD
    Thanks KarlG It's a member server, Standard Edition 2003 SP2. upto date with MS patches What do you mean by 'hardened' ? Yes can see shares using 127 & newly created shares are visible when logged on locally at the server. We have only one domain. Non domain users can't be delegated access - on other similar servers we can add a local ID on the server, give it suitable access to the share, create an ID with the same ID/password on a PC then access the server share remotely from the PC using the same ID & password. Hope this helps & thnks for any help
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  • SMACHEAD
    Managed to overcome remopte access problem by creating a domain account & giving it access to the share.
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