I stumped by a problem I'm having properly accessing a domain share.
Server1: Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise + the latest SP/patches. -- (Domain Controller)
Server2: Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise + the latest SP/patches -- (Part of the domain)
Machine1: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 -- (Not connected to the domain -- Just Workgroup).
So, if I share a folder on the DC (Server1) and set the permissions to allow full access for "Everyone", I cannot copy files onto this share from my Windows 7 Workgroup computer (Machine1).
Since, Server1 is part of a domain, it won't show up in Network Places... so I manually access to server via the network path "\server" and I enter the credentials for the Domain Admin: "HOME\Administrator" -- that works, and I can see all the shared folders and even copy files from the DC to my Workgroup machine, but when I try and copy a file from my Workgroup Machine to the DC, I get "Folder Access Denied" -- "You require permission from the computer's administrator to make changes to this folder"
Problem is, I'm loggin on as the Domain Admin, so I should have permission regardless.
UAC is disabled on all machines...
I have no problems transferring files from Server2 to Server1 and from Machine1 to Server2...