Random “Access Denied” Error with Windows Server 2008

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Hello, I have a user in the domain that had access to her network shares (mapped network drive and H:usersusershares*username*) and now she is getting "Access Denied" errors. I have checked to make sure that she has the correct permissions and she does. I know that she can connect to that server because she can access other shared drives on the same server. She is also the only user in the domain that has this issue. If I log on as her on my PC she DOES have normal access to all her shares. She is running windows XP pro sp3. The domain controller is Server 2008. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks.

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As per ur statement hope there is nothing to missed, but if u agree please review the below:-

The share permissions are: everyone: read
lc_swuser: full control

The NTFS security permissions are:
CREATOR OWNER – special permissions
SYSTEM – full control, modify, read & execute, list folder contents, read, write
lc_swuser (user group) – full control
Administrators (servername\Administrators)- full control, modify, read & execute, list
folder contents, read, write
Users (servername\Users) – read & execute, list folder contents, read & special
permissions

Good Luck !

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  • Rajatkondal
    Disable the AV from MSconfig on the XP machine .If you have end point mapper . that may be causing the issue . Disable receive side scaling and offload on the NIC card . . You can test with windows firewall disables . Even if you think that this has nothing to do with access denied (permissions issue). this has worked for me in the past
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  • TomLiotta
    The question subject says "random", but the question text sounds like it's very patterned. If the WinXP/SP3 PC has 'Simple File Sharing' enabled, turn it off. See "Access is Denied" error message when you try to open a folder. (I love one of MS's listed causes -- "3. You install Windows XP Professional.") It's worth a try. It solved a similar problem for a folder I'm accessing right now. Tom
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