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  • User has access to network drives

    I noticed when I create a new user in the server, and when I log on to the user's account he has access to some network drives. How did this happen and where can I find these settings?

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  • Create a batch file to connect to a network drive

    How do I transfer a file to a shared network drive through a batch file?

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  • Mapping network drives on clients

    Ok, this is very basic, but I am new to networking. My understanding is that mapping network drives on clients in a particular domain is client dependent. In other words, if I map on my PC connection to drive X, and then later I log in on another PC in the same network, I would have to map the...

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  • Accidentally deleted access to drive

    I work remotely and connect to the office server (and all of our shared files) via the VPN. I can connect to the server, but somehow deleted the drive that houses all the files (I deleted my access to this drive -- everyone else still has access -- I somehow deleted the address for the drive under...

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  • map network drive to a server from a different dns

    I am using windows server 2003 to host the site I am developing. I have other two users who lives miles away from me. All 3 of us can remote desktop to the server just fine (windows server 2003 only allow up to two simultaneous sessions). Because my pc and the server use the same router, I can map...

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  • how to map a network drive on server 2003 to vista machine shared folder

    How do I map a network drive on a windows server 2003 machine to a vista machine with a shared folder. I get an error that says network path not found and that the server 2003 does not have rights. I am logged in as the administrator. I can ping the vista machine.

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  • Access to network drive

    We have shared a drive to our web server and want to upload files to that server(Network drive) through coding, we are using ASP.NET framework 1.0. Can you help me in this regard

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  • Vista error accessing network drive

    I have a very strange problem. It concerns accessing network shares. Here is my scenario : A user on a Vista PC opens a shortcut to a network share that they have permission to access. On the file server we receive a failure audit error in the Security log (event id 560) to say the user has tried...

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  • Vista laptop won’t recognize Window 2000 Server network

    Hello, I'm having a great deal of trouble getting a laptop with Vista Home Premium to recognize our network (and map a network drive). We have Windows 2000 Server here with many XP Pro laptops, but this is the first Vista. I've tried turning off the firewall, disabling antivirus, everything. I have...

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  • Lost connection to server 2003 shared drive

    Hi All, We have windows 2003 file server and all our clients have suddenly lost connection to its shared drive. We have checked the permission for this share and all domain users have change and read rights - (network policy). All the other shares on the other servers on the network are ok. It was...

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  • Network Drives

    I have two questions ... 1. I have a machine that is not on the network but needs access to a network folder. I mapped the drive and checked reconnect at logon. Reboot machine and mapping is gone. 2. So I wrote a script (BAT) that logs on when the machine is booted up. But the password is in clear...

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  • mapped netowork drives

    all of my users are on our local LAN and receives a login srcript from one of the two DNS servers and creates there network drives for them (file and print, Shared drives etc..etc..) . They all get a valid IP address can use the internet and can receive and send email no problem. how ever when they...

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