One user losing access in Server 2003

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows XP
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I have a network of around 30 users, On Friday and Today (Monday), I have one user who cannot connect to one of the servers. This server has the "public folder" that everyone has access to as well as a few other folders that are permission controlled. He still can access his E-mail via exchange, as well as see and access other servers on the network. Everyone else can continue to access the public folders , as well as the other folders on the problematic server. Having the user restart his machine does no good. If I restart the problematic server, then he has access to it. He is the only person having this problem, and the problem seems to be server based. The user's workstation is running Windows XP SP3. The server is running Windows Server 2003 SE SP2. The various folders are mapped to the users systems as drives. Thank you! -Flame

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Dude ,

you should check the password expieration and if still happened change the password and check the box option “never expierd ”

best wishes….

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  • mshen
    Have you checked user permissions to the server or unshared then recreated the server share? You should also check if the user can login to another machine and access the server, then you can elminiate user permissions. Removing and adding the workstation to the domain may help too.
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    Removed the machine from the domain, then rejoined it, So far so good. If you don't hear anything then assume that all is working. Thank you! Flame
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