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  • What security token is used when using UNC path remotely under domain admin context?

    I came across what I deemed a strange behavior while trying to automate a file copy on Windows 7. Perhaps someone could shed some light. Environment: Windows 2008 domain with Windows 7 clients. Scenario and facts: Goal is to copy/replace a single file in the Default profile. Because of newly...

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  • Map Drive Without UNC

    My customer purchased client mgmt software with multiple user licenses. The software developer says in order for the software to work properly in multi-user mode i need to load it onthe C drive of the server, fully share the C drive, and map this drive to the other computers without using UNC: "...

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  • Trying to run remote command to view AS/400 UNC and failing!

    I need some ideas here...I'm stuck. I'm running an RPG program that builds some CSV files for our accounting department. Because they love Excel, I had to make it so that the program breaks the data up into separate CSV files so as not to exceed 65,535 rows. Anyway, I am saving the stream files...

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  • IFS folders are suddenly read-only from XP client

    Has anyone else had a problem with IFS folders where they have suddenly gone to read-only when accessing them from an XP client using WIndows Explorer and UNC or mapped network drive. Checking the folder permissions on the iSeries shows that public has all rights, but the properties on the PC show...

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  • Changing UNC paths

    I have 138 rows of Universal Naming Convention (UNC) paths. Part of each path is constant and part is a variable. How do I change the constant portion of the UNC path and keep the variable intact? For example: •\serverpathdir1dir11 •\serverpathdir2 •\serverpathdir3dir31 constant part...

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  • UNC alternative

    I have many excel worksheets that link to other worksheets. Some link by drive letter mappings and others have a UNC name. Is there a way to link without using the UNC name? Concern is what to do if the linked server is changed. Do we have to go through each spreadsheet and change the link? Or is...

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  • Windows Mobile access to Server 2003 UNC Shares

    What do you need to do to browse UNC shares on a windows 2003/2008 server from a windows mobile device? I have verified network connectivity, can ping the server and I can browse shares of a Vista & XP Machines on the same network. The server systems (2003 & 2008) dont seem to allow it. I have also...

    RonnBlack15 pointsBadges:
  • “Scheduled Tasks” share does NOT show up when browsing servers through UNC

    Hi, When browsing to servers via UNC, the "Scheduled Tasks" share does not show up anymore. It used to show up, but now the window is just blank when browsing to \\<servername>. I am a member of the Local Administrators group, I have administrative privileges on the servers. When connecting...

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  • How to use VBscript to see which users are logged in through UNC?

    I have DC server with Actve Directory. It works well. My question is, how can I use VBscript to find which users are currently logged in on my server through UNC?

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  • UNC over WLAN issues

    For some reason I cannot get UNC to work over the WLAN connection I have setup in my office. UNC works if I'm connect through a ethernet port though. I've tried adding the IP of my wirless AP to the 2k3 server resolving the UNC connections to no avail. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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