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Discussion in 'Virtual Computing' started by greenbrucelee, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. greenbrucelee
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    I have virtual pc I am running win2k3 and 3 XP pros they are all networked within the VM I have been able to transfer files throughout the network and view the other machines from within win2k3. Each machine has 3 user profile setups on each including an admininstrator user.

    For some reason one of the XP pro VMs can't see one of the profiles that was setup on it nor can I tansfer any files to it or take files from it but Win2k3 can see the machine and the profiles I have set on it.

    I haven't changed anything and the trial OSs that I running still have plenty of time before they expire.

    Any ideas? firewall perhaps?

    I will try any suggestions tonight when I go home from work.
     
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    When you say profiles GBL, do you mean roaming profiles?
     
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  3. greenbrucelee
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    yes sorry
     
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    has the user you are logging on as on the xp box got all the correct permissions to access the share and the folder that the profile resides on?
     
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    on the account that isnt working I would remake folder again looking at permissions remake pointer to folder \\servername\roaming\%username%
     
  6. dales

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    yes probably what I would be thinking of as well.
     
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    yes all permissions for the users are set to full access
     
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  8. greenbrucelee
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    I will try this :D
     
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    First thing I check in these cases is that when logged in as the user that you can access the full UNC path and then create a file or folder.
     
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  10. simongrahamuk
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    simongrahamuk Hmmmmmmm?

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    Have you checked the network settings for this specific client? It hasn't accidently been changed has it?
     
  11. greenbrucelee
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    That worked

    But for some reason a couple of the settings were different.

    Thanks both
     
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