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I GIVE UP

Discussion in 'Networks' started by Nelix, Nov 7, 2003.

  1. Nelix
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    I am currently trying to make everyones profiles 'Roaming' for teh obvious reason, I have only done 1 person so far, however when they log on they get a message saying that they do not have permission to access "\\Server_name\Share".

    I have added there name in the security tab of the share folder and it still will not work, he 'everyone' group and the 'users' group are both added in on this tab aswell and it still wont work.

    I GIVE UP
     
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  2. Phil
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    Derek, have you set the share permissions as well as the ntfs permissions?
     
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  3. Nelix
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    Yeah, I have shared the folder and selected the 'Maximum allowed' option
     
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  4. flex22

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    Have you given full control to everyone for the shared directory?
    If not, give everyone full control.

    You only need to give restricted permissions to the individual users directories.
     
  5. Nelix
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    Yeah Everyone has full control
     
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    I've just thought.If your accessing it through the \\Server_name\Share then you could double check that the directories that you've created for the users are named exactly the same as the users.

    If they were different in any way and you accessed it through the share, then they wouldn't be found.
     
  7. AJ

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    Just a thought, shouldn't you have added the %username% to the path of the share. I would assume that the users profile still has to be made and without the %username% it will not work (I think).

    Still it's worth a try.

    Andrew
     
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  8. Nelix
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    SORTED

    I had the path to the profile wrong, :oops: doh!!

    I had used \\Server_name\d$\User Profiles\%username%

    Instead of \\Servername\User Profiles\%username%

    Blonde moment there I think
     
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  9. Jakamoko
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    <Rapturous applause all round > :super
     
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  11. Nelix
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    Thanks people....... but are the applause for the dumbness or the successful solution :?:
     
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  12. AJ

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    Hey, don't knock it Derek any compliments are worth it. Lets face it you solved your own problem and now everyone now knows if they have this problem how to get around it. I mean lets face it, permissions be it share and/or NTFS are the bane of any network managers working day.

    Well done and thanks for letting us know how the problem was solved

    Cheers

    Andrew
     
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