I have a w2k3 server (terminal server) and a domain user.
If the user accesses "
\\TS\Folder" from another computer, that user can read\write without any problem. If I login to "TS" as the user, they cannot access the folder "
\\TS\Folder" using the UNC convention. "C:\Folder" works fine. I even tried adding the user to the admin group of TS and it still did not allow access when using the UNC path locally.
I've relogged, rebooted, gpupdate'ed, etc. Any ideas? I cannot think of a reason why the user can access with the UNC path on other computers but not with the UNC path locally.
BadUser on TS to \\TS\Folder = Fail
BadUser on TS to C:\Folder = Pass
BadUser on TS to \\xp1\Folder = Pass
BadUser on xp1 to \\TS\Folder = Pass
BadUser on xp1 to \\xp1\Folder = Pass